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Skulls smashing to the melodic sound of Punk! Knuckles dragging to the sound of angular Riffs! Breaking bones to the sound of a fucked up reality! NAG (/na:g/) is the name of a new band from Norway who’s self titled LP is coming out on Fysisk Format on Sept. 2nd. I

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ArtCvltureJewelryPhotography

https://www.instagram.com/thrjar.jewelry/If you are a committed follower of the dark arts, it’s extremely likely that you will have, at some point or other,  stumbled across the work of respected Norwegian digital artist Daria Endresen. Her beautifully unnerving art has been captivating and feeding the hungry minds of art enthusiasts for several

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Black MetalMusicReviews

Recitations features members of NWN! Productions alumnus Katechon, a departure for them stylistically, as Recitations features a whole lot of space-age leads and mid-tempo black metal mosh sections. There are also plenty of percussion and ambient segments on their debut release, The First of the Listeners. The theme here seems

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Most people familiar with black metal will probably at some point in a conversation about it mention the word ‘atmosphere,’ or some derivative of it. Essentially, the use of abstract terms when describing black metal to highlight the emphasis of focusing less on instrumentation in favour of “darkness” is common.

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Earlier this week, I suggested a nice, horrific Christmas movies for all of you who prefer something less sickeningly sweet and more sickening for your holiday viewing pleasure. Today I have another one, a 2010 dark comedy/suspense film from Finland entitled Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale. This film is all about

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Katechon, boys and ghouls, is not for the virgin metal fan. Like gasoline funneling into a combustion chamber, their latest Nuclear War Now Productions release, Coronation, is a raging inferno of a record. Like black metal with hoarse rasps, guttural growls, mosh-worthy blastfests, melodic mid-tempo chord transitions, lead guitar, and

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