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The new project B X CHVE X SYNDROME is sonic perfection, and their upcoming release Reworks is the embodiment of this divinity. Techno artist B (Bert Libeert) was inspired to remix one song from each of these pioneering Belgian artists. This very special project comes out via Consouling Sounds on Friday and can be pre-ordered

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BLACK MARE is a project that captivated us since we heard the first note of Sera Timms’ debut, Field Of The Host. Now she is getting ready to release her second full length, after a stunning split release with Church of Ra’s Syndrome. Death Magick Mother embodies the power of music

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Photos by Mathieu Vandekerckhove This is a message going out to all AMENRA fans: the recording of Mass VI has been completed. This band was snowed in in the Belgian Ardennes, where they worked with Billy Anderson on their new record coming out at the end of 2017 via Neurot

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TEN – DROUGHT YEAR All Symbols Are Swastikas DROUGHT YEAR’s new LP ALL SYMBOLS ARE SWASTIKAS might be one of my favorite records of the year! Let me tell you why – because it is so grim while still being very beautiful in its own twisted fucked way. Imagine if

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Syndrome is the side project of Mathieu Vandekerckhove of Amenra, who is about to release his third full-length, following Floating Veins and Now and Forever. Thematically, the album follows the concept of Now and Forever, but with a switch of perspective. Where Now and Forever was a dialogue before a father

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A vast sonic ocean of emotion that shimmers under the wind of a ghost-like melody, only to become an invisible gust of power that shocks your soul! What you just read was inspired by the killer sounds of Forever and a Day, which is the name of the new Syndrome

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