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There’s a beautiful release to be found in the swirling darkness of post-metal; its like super fine sandpaper wearing down your emotional walls and allowing your inner self to breathe freely for a fleeting moment. Maybe that sounds dramatic, but that’s what post-metal feels like to me – it’s dramatic,

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GAEREA is an insanely sick black metal band from Portugal whose last album Unsettling Whispers, which came out last year via Transcending Obscurity, was showered with the critical acclaim it justly deserved! The band is hitting the road with their label mates JUPITERIAN starting this April in Europe, including summer festival

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Anyone who appreciates some scathing black metal needs to keep an eye on the upcoming demo release from Portugal’s GRAVES. Iron Bonehead will be unleashing their upcoming full-length Liturgia da Blasfemia February 2019 and today we’re stoked to be sharing a track off this grim release, “Impregnado P La Foice.”

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What the hell happened to all the punk bands that were around? I mean true punk bands, the kind that stirred up shit? When there was no internet around, everyone had a goddamn band and suddenly they all vanished and nowadays everything is post-something: post-hardcore, post-metal or post-punk, but you

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Back in the 2000s, The Parkinsons used to be the next big thing. They were the next in line to save rock n’ roll, right up there with The Strokes and The Libertines. But they didn’t care then and they don’t care now. For most people, that means that they

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Time and again we hear the same old script about how hardcore/punk/metal is supposed to be an inclusive community that shuns racism, sexism, homophobia, and sympathies towards coercive institutions. At this point, hearing vocalists in bands spout this off online or on stage has become just a trite as ignoring

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