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October of last year word broke that Kat Katz decided to part ways with grindcore band Agoraphobic Nosebleed. Kat had been a vocalist with them for the past seven years sharing both vocal and writing duties. The aftermath of her departure saw a he-said she-said war of words between herself

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Alright, I’m still recovering from Bloodshed festival over the weekend of 14 and 15 September in Eindhoven’s Effenaar. Calling the festival’s line-up rich is an understatement which doesn’t only apply to the main festival days of Friday the 14th and Saturday the 15th, but Thursday’s pre-party and Sunday’s Afterbleeder bands

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Text & Photos by Charles Nickles I left the Super 8 this morning in search of a sensible breakfast. Some scrambled eggs, maybe with nice side salad. Maybe some melon. You know, something filling but fibrous with vitamins and minerals a body needs to keep itself alive. But then I found

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran Another hugely anticipated day today, which was clear by the packed room at Barboza at the beginning of local doom merchants Un’s set at 5 PM sharp. They were followed by metalcore stalwarts The Drip, psychedelic metal duo White Hills (dude had an awesome rainbow

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There’s something brutal brewing in Texas… If you’re a fan of heavy underground music and you’re in the vicinity of Austin, you need to be there in June to witness the 2nd annual AUSTIN TERROR FEST! It really is the heaviest fest in the southwest, featuring sets from YOB, EXHORDER,

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We all have events we look forward to. Birthdays, anniversaries and holidays are all temporal cushions that ease the annoyance of our day-by-day tedium. For those fortunate enough to not be tied to Christmas’s hypocritical thrall, Halloween usually is the holiday to enjoy. For the last five years, that weekend

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