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Today we’ve got a track premiere that will draw darkness on even the brightest of places – the eerie, psychedelic and spooky sounds of THE MON, a solo project from Ufomammut  lead vocalist, bass and synth player Urlo. Seriously, instead of traditional Halloween music, crank “Hate one I hate” wherever you

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Inspired by witchcraft and horror movies themes, between doom, sludge, black, grind, death and post metal, a new event for metal maniacs called VVITCH FESTIVAL is coming in Italy. A trilogy of events plus a fourth one, the festival. Three different venues in Milan, 17 bands, some of them for the

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If you know about chiptune already, the fact that people have been composing and playing music with Game Boys in the past 15-20 years will sound like no news for you. In case you’ve never heard this word before, note that we’re not talking about 8 bit videogames nerds: we’re

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By the time you finish reading this sentence, there’s a solid chance Destroyed In A Second will be over. If you’re a slow reader, then indulge me for a minute. Italy’s favorite sons Double Me! are back and more pissed than ever as they offer us seventeen tracks of distorted bass and drum

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“After a decade of aesthetic outrages, four sides of what sounds like the tubular groaning of a galactic refrigerator just aren’t going to inflame the bourgeoisie (whoever they are) or repel his fans (since they’ll just shrug and wait for the next collection).” August 14th, 1975: Rolling Stone blasts Lou

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One of the keys of my conversation with Johnny P. from SECT MARK lies in his slight Roman inflection, which unfortunately I cannot render by typing on my computer – and even less by typing in English. Yet the very essential thing you need to better enjoy this chat is

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