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The first part of this four part retrospective provided a brief history of the Ogrish shock site which ran from 2000 to 2006, this second instalment looks at the censorship problems the site encountered and its implications for free speech in the new media age. Although Ogrish was never remotely

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Yeah, it’s Wednesday, and no better way to ease into the weekend than looking at some hot pinups! Last week when I was writing the Savage Master feature, I fell in love with their cover artwork by Mike Hoffman. Hoffman specializes in horror and fantasy art, and has worked for

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near dark fest 3

The time has come yet again to don your rarest dangler, clean the cat hair out of your chorus pedal and read as much Tiqqun as possible. Oakland’s Near Dark Fest is on its third installment and is guaranteed to plunge your psyche into an abysmal, anarcho death-disco. Boasting international

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Swedish anarcho-black metal punks TRESPASSER have recently unleashed their incinerating debut album Чому не вийшло? AKA Why Didn’t It Happen?, a firestorm of anarcho-punk and black metal annihilation that sounds the alarm of the apocalypse, bringing back to mind the glory days of bands like Iskra, while also packing in

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What is normal? I don’t know, because I have never been a fan of normal. That’s why I’m a fan of the off kilter, in your face Noise Art Rock of DANA. Their soon to be released album is called Glowing Auras and Black Money and it comes out on

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Today we share with you SECRET SHAME’s new single gift from their upcoming LP Dark Synthetics. This band creates Post Punk that soars, and it takes the listener to alternative realms of thought! I can’t get enough of SECRET SHAME’s pulsating music, and right now I need you to listen

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Instagram personality and “Gamer Girl” Belle Delphine has been a hot topic as of late, daring to sell her used bathwater to fans at $30 a jar. A price point that, while expensive for tepid water containing sweat and sloughed off dead skin cells, was still affordable enough for her

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This feature was taken from Terminal Sound Nuisance  Taken out of context, I suppose this split Ep can look slightly surreal in 2018. After all, it is a collaboration between one band that got to become a heavyweight of mainstream pop music in the 90’s and another one that disintegrated

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