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Documenting Hate: Charlottesville is a new film by PBS Frontline that needs to be seen by all! Personally, it’s hard for me to watch this film and see these racist acts of violence happening. 153 years ago, slavery ended in America; 68 years ago Jim Crow ended in America; now

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One of the most captivating doom bands to ever see the light in Italy. After the success of their debut album Belfry (released by Auralmusic in 2016), several gigs and one European tour, Italy’s Messa is ready to hit the United States for ten unmissable dates. With their sound that

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Terrorism is defined as “the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.” Western media likes to paint terrorists with a brown face, but one of the most horrific campaigns of terror happened in the past century on American soil – the estimated 3,436 lynchings of black

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GrindcoreNoiseSludge

Tapes of a Neon God have new items, so if you didn’t get enough when the giveaway was going on or you’re interested in what Anderson’s been toiling at, then read on. The Tennessee label has a love for unlovable, grueling sounds and an aptness when it comes to vivid

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The final day of the second Gilead Media Festival. It should not be a surprise that I was anticipating this day of the festival the most. If it was going to be anything like 2012, it would be unforgettable. And without spoiling too much too soon, it was a very

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Day two of Gilead Fest 2014 brought the pace back up with an entirely fresh round of bands, starting earlier making room for longer sets as the night went on. A lot of the line up I was unfamiliar with, maybe about half, but I was considerably excited regardless now

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