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I miss my homeland. Italy is going through times of hopelessness and uncertainty right now, as the recession and corruption still plague its economy and the youth are faced with great worries and challenges as opportunities get snatched away from under their noses daily. You know what that means, of course.

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Was it unexpected ? Was it a surprise ? No, not at all; it was extremely expected that the new Death Engine album would be a total blast. I was in a state of high anticipation for the release of this full-length, because their first EP Amen was, you guessed it, a

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The first time I saw Iron Lung was in storage unit somewhere in Phoenix called the Wall Street.  I mainly went to the show to see Iron Lung and Magnum Force, but my friends kept mentioning this band called Gay Kiss who was also playing the show.  I always make

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Well, well, well. German blackened crust/black metal horde Ancst will hit the road for a 3 week EU/UK tour with Vendetta Records label mates  and California-based hardcore/doom destroyers Children Of God, in support of their new split LP with Ast and the repress of their highly acclaimed debut LP In Turmoil released

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Caïna has emerged from the misty shadows of splits and EPs released during the course of several years. Behold then, the surfacing of their scintillating, highly-evolved new release care of Broken Limbs Records, the much-talked-about Setter of Unseen Snares. I myself took repeat listens to the album as I penned the

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Crowhurst is the very portrait of an underground band on the verge of exploding to the forefront of extreme metal. Initially dabbling in harsh noise and minimalistic, blackened soundscapes (as described by frontman Jay Gambit, the band was initially more of a collaborative noise project that occasionally released solo records),

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