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Noisepoetnobody makes end of times music. But it’s not like most music we describe as “apocalyptic” around here. This is the sound of post-apocalypse; a quiet shuddering of what remains of human civilization. It’s the creak of useless metal and the static hum of wasted land. It’s the slow crawling

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I have a job where I listen to music that scares me. I know in my rational mind that it can’t actually hurt me, but when I hear things like the new DIPLOID Glorify LP, my rational mind checks out and leaves behind emotional turmoil and raw, animal fear. This

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Two of the weirdest bands from the UK heavy underground, KUROKUMA and UNDER, have collaborated on a release that takes their weird to a whole new level! As soon as I hit play on the KUROKUMA track “The Tides of Time,” I was sinking underwater into an Atlantean dream…icy cold, dreamy, and driving,

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A mere year after releasing his blood-freezing debut LP Sermons, Italian black ambient/death industrial demon Ittiel is at it again with a brand new LP of purified nightmare fuel under the CLAVICVLA name, Sepulchral Blessing, out this Friday November 1 on Sentient Ruin in North America, and though Cyclic Law

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Experimental metal group CATAFALQUE have just released a split with dark ambient/noise project Clawing, and today we’re excited to be premiering their video for the track “Signs of Stigmata.” It’s an eerie, unsettling audio journey that feels like I’m making my way deep into the heart of darkness. The split is

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I’m really excited about the new wave of shoegaze/grunge/noisegaze or whatever you wanna call it that’s happening these days. I was a 1990s teen and melodic vocals, fuzzy riffs and loud drums is what got me climbing into the rabbit hole of underground music. So when I hear bands like

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