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Avant GardeBlack MetalIndustrialMoviesMusicNoiseReviews

This wasn’t created to be appreciated.This wasn’t created to be owned.This was created only to exist. Every release from Black Noise entity VRVLVM expresses this sentiment. Such a statement worms it’s way into the psyche of those who take a moment to ponder it. Why do we do what we

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DoomIndustrialNoise RockPost-PunkReviews

Sometimes it takes a minute for works of art to sink in. Back in the early ‘00s, Tim Macuga and Dan Barrett were quietly working, lurking in the shadows, preparing their project’s debut record. The process took nearly five years, with the resulting Deathconsciousness being merely noticed upon its release.

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Death MetalMusicPsychReviews

Death metal has always looked to the stars. Since the genre’s inception, its pioneering figures had the tendency to look beyond the brutality and gore, focusing their energy towards the technical and the progressive. Some did in subtle ways, others went full in but both pathways led to great discoveries

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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustDeath MetalDIYGrindcoreHardcoreHardcore PunkMusicPower ViolenceReviewsSludgeThrashUncategorized

Will Butler, the man behind To Live A Lie Records, has a special ear. TLAL’s release history is populated with essential hardcore, fastcore, grindcore, and powerviolence releases. Butler’s seal-of-approval is not to be ignored. These three debut LPs by some of the hardest working bands around are no exceptions. Joy

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Death MetalMusicReviews

In case you’ve had your head buried in the sweltering Arizona sand, you should know that Gatecreeper is that band. What the fuck does that mean, you may be find yourself pondering. Well my dear uneducated Neanderthal who somehow hasn’t heard the caveman music Gatecreeper made for you, that in

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NoiseNoise RockPost-PunkReviewsUncategorized

By now, I’m sure that many of you have heard about EYE FLYS, the noise rock band featuring members of FULL OF HELL, TRIAC, and BACKSLIDER – and for those who haven’t, now you have. This band definitely doesn’t sound like the others (except for some of TRIAC’s material), so

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