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Though Travølta’s new release In Tinnitus We Crust will have any die-hard fan of d-beat, crust, fastcore, grindcore, and powerviolence drumming their steering wheel into oncoming traffic, this release shows them as worthy bearers of the mincecore torch, originally lit by their Belgian forebears, Agathocles. The production is no-nonsense. Raw.

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As a teacher of multiple grade-levels, I see young people enter and pass through various developmental stages. When kids are young, they all dance, they all sing, they all draw. At some point, though, they start making comparisons, and with those comparisons comes self-doubt. Suddenly, they don’t dance, they can’t

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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustDeath MetalDIYGrindcoreHardcoreHardcore PunkMusicPower ViolenceReviewsSludgeThrashUncategorized

Will Butler, the man behind To Live A Lie Records, has a special ear. TLAL’s release history is populated with essential hardcore, fastcore, grindcore, and powerviolence releases. Butler’s seal-of-approval is not to be ignored. These three debut LPs by some of the hardest working bands around are no exceptions. Joy

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BizarreClothingCvltureDIY

Halloween sure has changed since it became a staple of western holidays. It used to be all about the mask – what you wore wasn’t as important as having a mask with a creepy, dead-eyed stare that looked like it might be suffocating you. Maybe because of the suffocation factor,

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Canada’s darling chef Matty Matheson is creating something real fuckin’ special for us with Roadrunner Records – a vinyl cookbook, and it’s called A Cookbook. It’s the first cookbook to be released on vinyl, plus it will be the first audio cookbook available on streaming platforms. He’s also got a

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BizarreCvltureDIYHistory

There’s no doubt that we live in troubled times. For centuries, most of my ancestors have put their faith into organized religion, hoping that the clear path laid out for them would spare them the hardships of life, or at least promise them a better afterlife. Lucky for me, my

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