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PLANNING FOR BURIAL

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The general intention is for there to be dark music that’s hopefully not too cynical. Founded in 2009 by Jonathan Tuite, independent music label The Flenser started out as what Tuite describes as an extension of the Black Metal scene — particularly the one-man bands that deviated from the more

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles When my day-to-day anxieties get too obtuse, I turn to supervolcanoes. When given the opportunity to really think about it, though, the thing I’m most afraid of is either Alzheimer’s or a stroke. Today I got to bury deep, deep in the former as I transcribed

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Planning for Burial has been the musical vessel of Thom Wasluck since 2005, and it is releases such as the Distances EP, Leaving, and of course 2014’s Desidetarum that are constant reminders of the sonic richness that this guy’s concepts encompass. The production of his new album, Below The House,

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Curious to see if Have A Nice Life had released something new this year (I couldn’t remember for the life of me when they released their last album), I found the bandcamp of their label The Flenser. After listening to all of their 40 releases – from Palace of Worms The

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These were my favorite recordings that were released in 2014. Listed in reverse alphabetical order covering a variety of different artists creating Death Metal, Hardcore Punk, Trip Hop, Underground Rap & Indie Rock. Wreck and Reference – “Want”, (((Experimental Duo from Davis/Los Angeles))) Witchrist – “Vritra”, (((Primitive Death Metal Ooze

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