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GrindcoreNoiseSludge

Tapes of a Neon God have new items, so if you didn’t get enough when the giveaway was going on or you’re interested in what Anderson’s been toiling at, then read on. The Tennessee label has a love for unlovable, grueling sounds and an aptness when it comes to vivid

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FilmMovies

Today we’re stoked to bring you the premiere of the finale of Disappearance In A Minor Role, the film series from Australia’s DUMBSAINT, Part I: Gabrielle. DUMBSAINT directed the three films Part III: Celeste, Part II: Sara and Part I: Gabrielle, eerie and haunting tales of three women who become

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Death MetalMusic

Exhumed from the tar pits and brought to a broth, the strange brew that is Cauldron Black Ram has spilled from its devil’s belly what is potentially their best release to date. Stalagmire bilges the stinking sod of all things black, death, thrash and doom. Stalagmire by Cauldron Black Ram

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HardcoreMusicReviews

When Idylls released their first full-length LP, Farewell All Joy, in 2012, they laid down a seriously impressive statement of intent. The Australians were one of the fiercest and most unforgiving (and even abstract) hardcore bands we had heard in some time, taking early Converge, Angel Hair and Knut and

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FilmMovies

Australia, contrary to outsider and international beliefs, has long been a strangely conservative country. Most recently, Australians elected a right wing government that is more ideologically driven than any prior ruling party, and whose implementation of draconian policy has polarised many people, regardless of where their “usual” political bias may

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Death RockMusicReviews

Label: Rust and Machine Records Jittery, up-tempo post punk is the name of the game on this new release from Melbourne, Australia band Masses. Horde Mentality is packed full of skittering rhythms, propulsive basslines and subtly melodic guitar-work, with a slight trashy garage rock vibe and a melancholic dark wave

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