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Otherworldly and mind expansive are words that come to my mind as I listen to the new LP by BONG RA entitled Antediluvian that will be released today via Tartarus Records. This record has me saying – what the fuck, this band is so next level, because it truly sounds like nothing

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Bismuth are a two-piece drone band based in the UK. This past year saw them release one of the finest sludge/doom records of 2018 in The slow dying of the Great Barrier Reef. We caught up with the band to talk about how such a beautiful piece of art came

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Anyone who appreciates some dream state doom is going to love the new release from BISMUTH. Dry Cough (UK), Rope or Guillotine (NL), Medusa Crush (CA), and Tartarus Records (NL) will be putting out their new LPThe Slow Dying of The Great Barrier Reef. on Nov. 2nd, and today we’re beyond stoked to be sharing it

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Dutch grindcore vandals Suffering Quota are releasing their sophomore album titled “Life In Disgust” in a couple weeks and today we’re stoked to bring you a glimpse into their new hopeless aural terror. “Life In Disgust” is being unleashed on November 2 through a coalition of underground bastions of extreme

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Unholy triple DOWN TUNED fuck! I can’t stop pressing play! I am going fucking bonkers for the new release from MOLOCH! Feast of Tentacles Records and Howling Mine Records will be unleashing their LP entitled A Bad Place this October (tape release by our comrades Tartarus Records), and today we’re stoked to be sharing this

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Scathing, Feral, Vile, Powerful, Bleak, Complex… are the words that come to my mind as I listen to the new Dodecahedron mini-album called Live in Leiden 2017. The recording is so spot on you do not even feel like you are listening to a live record. This band creates the kind

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