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When we think of futuristic music, we often think of electronic sounds that are disconnected from human interaction. But Self Spiller has created futuristic music, and instead of being cold and pulsating with a robotic heartbeat, it uses technology to turn many voices into one, bringing an entire globe together

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Heavy music comes in so many different forms and can evoke so many different kinds of emotions. PYLAR is a band made up of shamans who have the power to shape sound into instruments of time travel. HE VENYDO A RECLAMAR MY TRONO is the title of their new album,

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For those not familiar with Putrefaction, words like crusty metal, Motörhead, Hellshock and Mad Max are normally mentioned, which is quite apt. To be honest, I’ve been really looking forward to hearing what they were going to do next. And low and behold, here they are with a new ep

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Two things popped into my head when I first heard about NOISE-A-TRON from Seattle, before I listened to their upcoming full-length Vast Arcane via Bleeding Light Records. The first thing was my instinctive skepticism about them based on their name – kind of the same thing I felt when I

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Suffering and despair are emotions that each and every one of us has dealt with – either in the past, or in the present – and Four Phantoms succinctly creates the atmosphere of dread and solitude that sadness often brings. Bell Witch already have a stunning record in their catalogue,

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I remember when I first heard SWAMP WITCH, and what made me say, damn, this band is the shit! It was when I heard the band’s first album, Gnois, (((Chopped & Screwed)))…Now SWAMP WITCH is back with a slowed-down version of their new album The Slithering Bog remixed by Houston’s

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