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Hell’s Bells! Occult 45 is spanking my ear drums like I’m an old man in need of pedestrian pleasure, with a treasure trove of edible lingerie and torn stockings entitled Human Abhorrence. Quite unusual to hear a grind band with this unorthodox style. They mix a little hardcore and punk

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Languish hail from Arizona, an outfit that could be considered a super group of sorts, with its ranks filled by members of dark hardcore band Territory, crushing doom act North and the savage death metallers Gatecreeper. Languish’s gritty four-song demo demonstrated the nasty, solid musicianship of this four piece, with

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Hi guys, for those who are not familiar with you, can you please tell us the genesis of Full of Hell and how the band came together? Hello! Full of Hell was started by our guitarist Spencer in 2009. The full lineup came together in 2010, and we have been

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Much like a biblical plague that returns every few years, Germanic beasts Morser have dropped another album of molten lava infused grind/hardcore. For those who are unaware of this band, their first output Two Hours To Doom, released back in 1997, is filled with some of the sickest grindcore ever

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Sentient Ruin, Trill Kommand, Shove Records and The Path Less Traveled Records have pooled their resources together to bring together this whopping 7″ featuring tracks from Oakland, California’s Augurs and Deathgrave. This four track split packs a wallop, with Deathgrave serving three helpings of gritty powerviolence with the sludgy, blackened

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Well, it’s not even spring yet and I’ve been forced to make some rather tough decisions as to what will be on my year end play list come December. The current front runner for that coveted number one spot is Theories debut album entitled Regression, which is seeing the light

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