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DEAF KIDS have been one of our favorite bands since we heard 6 Heretic Anthems For The Deaf for the first time. Flash forward to 2019, and they have released METAPROGRAMAÇÃO which is out now via Neurot Recordings – it’s one of our top picks of the decade! DEAF KIDS and

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Forget comparisons, forget Xmal Deutschland, forget post-punk, death rock, goth and experimental music. Rakta are one of a kind and the only inhabitant of their native planet where the ambient sound is the jubilation of black witches gathering, dancing to the roar of a collapsing world. On the new record “Falha

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There’s plenty of stuff going on in the punk-rock world right now, but La Vida Es Un Mus (LVEUM) is definitely one of the labels you have to periodically check for releases if you want to listen to the real stuff. That’s why it’s so frustrating to write about them

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Oakland, CA, will hurt once again, as the raging wrath of 30+ punk and hardcore bands from around the world come to town to pillage the Bay for this year’s Manic Relapse Fest. Not only will there be tons of stages, venues, and sick bands, but get ready to also

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Cardiff is the capital of Wales (UK), and although a small city by most standards, it is a metropolis crammed full of heart and passion. It’s quite unique for a variety of reasons: its inner city castle and National Stadium make it a hugely exciting city for tourists, and the

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TEN – MASSES Moloch It’s beyond awesome when you hear a band that you love grow sonically into a band that you even love even more! This is what has happened with the Post-Punk band from Melbourne called MASSES. I have been a fan since I first heard them. Now they are back with

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