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My reality is complex, and that’s how I like my music. I really appreciate when sonic art can’t be placed into the box called normal! Thuringian black/dark metal folklorists MOSAIC are releasing an insanely good EP entitled Cloven Fires on Sept. 27th via Eisenwald. Their music makes me feel like

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My happiness is not found in bubble gum pop music – my happiness is found in the heavy riffs of a band like THROATSNAPPER! On Oct. 25th, Consouling Sounds will be releasing their new album About The Dead. This band proves that there is so much beauty in the sounds

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Before we start, I’ve got to say I don’t like writing reviews much – even though I really like reading them. But when CVLT Nation asked me to write about the new Cult of Luna record, it was one of those things that are just impossible to say no to.

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Check this out – WOODLAND GATHERING V Fest took place recently in the UK, and it was full of unreal performances! We are super stoked to share with you these two mind-melting performances for you by 11 PARANOIAS and VIVIANKRIST. You’d better tune in and it’s ok if you drop

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Experimental rock alchemists APPRENTICE DESTROYER will release their second album “Permanent Climbing Monolith” on September 20th, 2019, and today we’re ecstatic to unveil the monolithic mind-consuming opera in full. The brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Steve Peacock (ULTHAR, PANDISCORDIAN NECROGENESIS, PALE CHALICE, MASTERY), APPRENTICE DESTROYER is an experimental rock project with cinematic

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It waits by your side. Lingering, and stalking. Patiently waiting for the most opportune moment to strike. To destroy. Like a shadow awaiting the perfect angle of light. It anticipates consuming everything. What is it? A simple term being strewn about like a plague. It is depression. From Both Our

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