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This feature via our comrades Terminal Sound Nuisance This is the second part of my 90’s metallic crust retrospective and I refer you the first one if you need details about its making, perspective and intent.  25 bands with 25 songs of crunchy, groovy, heavy metal-oriented old school crust recorded between

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I fucking love the Bay Area. There is a truly amazing amount of artists that live out here. For the music that I am interested in the most, this area is the best in the world. There is some great scenes scattered around the globe, but within this particular area

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In the beginning, there was Larm. At least in Europe and according to Raw Peace, Larm were pretty much responsible for starting it all. In this case, all, is a truly politicized punk scene, something that Raw Peace are definitely part of, even if they’re not the type of guys

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The future looks more and more like a cyberpunk dystopia every day. The electric trash is piling up, robotic prosthetics are more customizable than ever, and bombs drop in unknown corners of the world constantly, raising a rebar spiked wasteland of concrete and prophetic desperation. We are the hell-future that

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The idea of a smoothie is an enticing one. A bunch of shit that is perceived as healthy all blended into a green pretentious liquid that pairs perfectly with that Lululemon active wear you swore you’d use to get a summer bod. Right as the intense flavor of glorified kale

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With the metal and punk aesthetic at the forefront of popular culture its hard to tell Instagram “influencers” from people who actually make and do things to move underground music forward. The same people who were popular in high school and once called you a “faggot” or a “freak” have

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