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D-beat and Raw Punk are genres that have been a part of my life for decades, and I will always wave their banners high. Please celebrate with us our favorite D-beat and Raw Punk releases of 2019! For all you Punks: make sure you’re supporting these bands by purchasing their

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It’s been a minute since Swedish crust Gods, Martyrdod have given North American heshers a new offering. Luckily, the ministers of riffs at Southern Lord have conspired to bring the us crust metal punk record that 2019 deserves. Martyrdod have no one to impress, they’ve been in the game since

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Fuck Life! Fuck the World! It’s time for the official G.I.S.M. 1995 home video!    

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One year after I graduated from Berkeley High, this happened: NEUROSIS plays the Gilman in 1988.   Common Inconsistencies Stalemate Nonsense Grey (Unknown) United Sheep Self-Doubt Dominoes Fall  

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Unholy HELL – the new album by DOLDREY entitled Invocation Of Doom fucking bangs from beginning to end and way fucking beyond! They have been able to channel the rage of D-Beat and the muscle of Death Metal into their own sound and it’s highly addictive. I love the non-stop

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For the past fifteen years, To Live A Lie has been one of the most influential labels focusing on grindcore, fastcore, and powerviolence. Based out of Raleigh, North Carolina, the independent label—run mostly single-handedly by Will Butler of the excellent bands Oxidant and Tired of Everything—boasts a Discogs page that

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