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Life is thrilling and dangerous, but also mundane. Olivier de Sagazan pulls inspiration from his African birthplace as well as his perception of human beings disguising the strange condition of our lives. In his words, we are “focusing on daily tasks, perhaps forgetting the poetry of this strange world,” and

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France’s Music Fear Satan label is getting ready to release an epic MONARCH / BIRUSHANAH split this June, and we’re very happy to be sharing it with you today! This split is not only gorgeous to behold, it is a thick slab of heaviness ready to decimate your very being.

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Unholy triple killer deadly fucks – the new NECROWRETCH LP Satanic Slavery is the shit! These French heretics are back with a collection of songs that will not just rattle your bones, they will have you headed banging until the end of time! I fucking love the aggro riffs on this record,

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Get ready for utter annihilation at the hands of some seriously ripping hardcore ferocity from France’s EXHAUSTION! They have an album coming out on April 14th via Distro-y called Surrounded By The Depths that will tear out your eardrums and fill your head with unrelenting riffery! Pre-orders for Surrounded By The Depths can

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Third I Rex always has the killer boundary-pushing releases, and this new LP from France’s MUDBATH is definitely no exception! Their swirling, iridescent mixture of post rock and doom is nothing short of awesome, and I’m very much looking forward to the May 2nd release of Brine Pool. Today we’re

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The Pont-Saint-Esprit mass poisoning of 1951 confounded scientists and doctors alike for decades. At first blamed on ergot mold poisoning, almost 300 people who ate bread from a local bakery in the French village of Pont-Saint-Esprit were affected by hallucinations, insomnia and psychosis, resulting in 7 deaths and 50 asylum internments.

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