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In case you’ve had your head buried in the sweltering Arizona sand, you should know that Gatecreeper is that band. What the fuck does that mean, you may be find yourself pondering. Well my dear uneducated Neanderthal who somehow hasn’t heard the caveman music Gatecreeper made for you, that in

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You fools cannot possibly be ready for the newest offering from Philadelphia metalpunk overlords, DEVIL MASTER. Even if you foolheartedly believe in yourself, this record will sink its claws into you and drag you down into the arcane depths of the beyond. The riffs are hypnotic, the drums are crushing,

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Is there a Deathrock // Black Metal crew that can fuck with DEVIL MASTER? They are the only group that can combine the chaotic cold angst of one with the morbid sonic tempest of the other! The band have recently signed to Relapse Records, who have compiled all of the band’s

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Are you a fan of intense heavy GRIND? If yes – then you are going to get hyped for the new release from Cripple Bastards. Relapse Records will be unleashing their new LP La Fine Cresce Da Dentro on November 9th, and today we’re BEYOND stoked to be sharing their new visual for

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Marcos Morales has generated a truly unique visual accompaniment for the punishing track “Putrid Dwelling” off of the Relapse Records debut album from Outer Heaven entitled “Realms of Eternal Decay”.  The video has been up for slightly over a week and has garnered much attention in the underworld, with over

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  Since Windhand first dipped their toe in the not so murky waters of melodic doom, they have not been short of admirers. Mid-paced, with fuzzed up grooves that you could open a tin of peas with, and of course the smoky vocals of Dorthia Cottrell. What’s not to like

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