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Straight up – the world is an ugly place right about now, and ugly music puts my mind at ease! It gives me the clarity I need to see through the bullshit and focus on the darkness that illuminates my life. That’s why the new song “Miserable” by CROWN VIC

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Morast and Vidargängr have a split out that will split your skull! It’s two tracks of unrelenting sonic violence – the Morast track “Shards” starts out like it’s going easy on you, lulling you into submission with a nightmarish melody, until it turns into a monolithic death march. Vidargängr come

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Hailing from Minsk, in Belarus, mysterious war metal duo GOAT TERROR seal their grand declaration of war toward the universe in the form of Unholy March a debut 3-track EP of absolutely unforgiving violence and hatred scum-fucked with blasphemies and perversions of all sorts. This is complete mindless Neanderthal shit

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If there was a soundtrack to suffocation, this would be it. I can almost feel the oxygen leaving my brain as I listen to the new single from Ekpyrosis called “The Abysmal Chapter.” The drums feel like they’re matching my panicked heartbeat and the vocals sound like the Grim Reaper

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MOURNED have created a two-song tape called Devoured Humanity that’s the fucking BOMB! The riffs are extra thick and everything about this recording is SUFFOCATING! What really gets me going about this band is their use of morbid grooves that are hard to forget. MOURNED’s music makes me want to

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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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