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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustDis-beatDoomFeaturedFeaturesGrindcoreHardcoreMusicNoisePower ViolenceSludgeTour Dates

Well, well, well. German blackened crust/black metal horde Ancst will hit the road for a 3 week EU/UK tour with Vendetta Records label mates  and California-based hardcore/doom destroyers Children Of God, in support of their new split LP with Ast and the repress of their highly acclaimed debut LP In Turmoil released

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Welp, it’s that time of the year again; that time in which we announce to you that the raddest DIY, no bullshit, 100% independent metal and punk fest of the year is happening again. And of course, once again, DEAFEST is packed to the fucking roof with a TON of

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GrindcoreHardcorePower Violence

The shape of power violence has changed drastically since its earliest incarnations; however, some things still remain the same. For example: short songs, shows in small venues, distorted bass tones, the drummer being the best member of the band, and of course, blast beats and heavy breakdowns.

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In this episode of Screams from the Gutter, we bring you some bitterness, some filth, some morbid introspection, some loss and a ton of gloom.  If these bands ended up in this series, it means three things mainly: 1) I’m clusterfucked with work and can’t for the life of me find

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DemosFeatured

It’s 2014 and I am black and I am scared of the police. This certainly isn’t a new phenomenon, but in the era with ever-present police brutality, it’s certainly a topical one. It’s 2014 and no one knows exactly what to do. Protests, revenge attacks, FBI investigations, graffiti; it’s confusion

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I could tell you that Pennsylvania’s hardcore/powerviolence outfit Black Mask’s newest release, Lost Below is a good album. I would be lying. Because Lost Below isn’t a good album. It’s a fantastic one. From start to finish, Black Mask bring forth one of the grittiest hardcore albums out this year.

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