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One of the main arguments of white supremacy is that the conditions we face today have no context in history. While white supremacy is happy to claim the accomplishments of Plato and Tesla as evidence for white superiority, it’s unwilling to confront the reality that the genocide and continual debasement

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I’m not joking. This video comes with a “flickering images” warning. But at the same time as it feels like an assault, it’s also kind of beautiful. Of course, T.O.M.B. make music for destruction and disease, not for beauty, but the colors in this video are lovely. “No Return” is

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Agvirre makes music to cleanse your soul of pain and fury. This post-black metal collective have put together an EP called Silence that’s not so much silence as it’s the precursor to a period of heavy, silent reflection. These three tracks are epic and confrontational, and leave no room for

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Space must be the place and this new video from from OCH entitled “NU:64” is the spaceship! I can’t front – transcendental trippy music like this will always have a special place in my cosmic heart. Rocket Recordings is releasing their new record II on Feb. 28th, but right now

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This is insanely awesome: Dystopia performing live at a the Gilman in 1997!  

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TOSHIO SAEKI’s mind is plugged into his very own universe of perversion! I can’t even begin to think about how he comes up with any of the shit he creates. I do know I’m hooked and can’t stop looking at his work. Check out Kink & Perversion To The Next

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Though Travølta’s new release In Tinnitus We Crust will have any die-hard fan of d-beat, crust, fastcore, grindcore, and powerviolence drumming their steering wheel into oncoming traffic, this release shows them as worthy bearers of the mincecore torch, originally lit by their Belgian forebears, Agathocles. The production is no-nonsense. Raw.

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This Sri Lankan band is shrouded in mystery. No one knows who they are, the members remaining anonymous. In fact, they go without a proper name, although the record label deems it appropriate to call them “Mahasona” after the demonic entity featured on the cover of this, their first demo.

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