Kelly Hudson
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Kelly Hudson

Grew up in Kentucky, lived in NYC for a bit, lived in San Francisco for 17 years, moved back to the Bluegrass. Love to write, love horror and metal. I have over two dozen short stories published in various anthologies, as well as two novels, The Turning and Men of Perdition.

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How the Gods Kill a Covers Record Covers records are a dime a dozen. I remember way back in the mid-to-late 90’s when album tributes starting coming out, when you would get ten to twelve different bands covering their favorite tracks by a single, legendary artist. Some of them were

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From Liverpool come the mighty Dawn Ray’d, delivering unto us their second full-length platter in almost as many years. They formed in 2015 to bring their particular brand of atmospheric Black Metal and Leftist politics. A three-piece, they manage to sound almost larger than bands like Dimmu Borgir, who seem

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Creeping Death crawl out of the crypt and simply slam your face into the concrete over and over again on this, their first full-length album. This is some old-school, pit-refined, groovy Death Metal. Add some thrash, season liberally with some black, and you get this classic slab of crushing death.

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Raise The Flails! Behold, Dawn Ray’d and Behold Sedition Plainsong From Liverpool come the mighty Dawn Ray’d, delivering unto us their second full-length platter in almost as many years. They formed in 2015 to bring their particular brand of atmospheric Black Metal and Leftist politics. A three-piece, they manage to

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Pure Darkness – Morast’s Il Nostro Silenzo Label: Van Records Here’s a record that’s going to get lost in the shuffle of all the new stuff coming out this year, and that’s a real shame because it’s pretty damned good. If you’re a fan at all of Death/Doom then you

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Listening to this album is a little bit like being strapped down to a chair, Clockwork Orange-style, eyes wedged and forced open, watching a loop of the scene in Texas Chainsaw Massacre where Sally is tied-up at the family table, enduring the madness of the night, and the only moment

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