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As 2015 winds down to its final moments, we present you with a handful of releases from 2015 which you won’t see on any “best of” list or on any “year end” lists, because that stuff that ends up on those lists you’ve probably heard again and again and again,

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SIGE Records is a label from Washington state operated by Aaron Turner and Faith Colaccia, and the two also make up the core creative force behind the ambient/post-rock unit Mamiffer. This month the label has announced two amazing releases that deserve everyone’s most focused and dedicated attention. DANIEL MENCHE & MAMIFFER – Crater

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What you thought would only materialize in your worst nightmares, or in the minds of the most demented and off the rails sociopaths, has actually materialized in real life. Dragged Into Sunlight and Gnaw Their Tongues have come together to create something that leaves the listener broken and battered, and

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GOG and Micromelancolié have a new collaborative record out by the name of Black Box Recordings, and they have created this video teaser for the album, which comes out next month via Instruments of Discipline (pre-order here). The video features part of the track “Tearing Up,” and is a compilation of destruction,

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NOISE NOISE NOISE! Japan’s AKKA played their first USA show ever at the Rock Room. Our comrade in photos Em Demarco was on hand to capture these intense shots! AKKA is the SHIT!

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Arizona is home to many a great band, and when acts like Funerary, Gatecreeper, Take Over And Destroy, and Languish are being praised, posted about, and gaining popularity, it can be intimidating trying to open up a diverse home for music, and while some may find it difficult, the boys

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