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Khost - Corrosive Shroud

Corrosive Shroud opens with a massive, distorted storm of stones and bricks as time slows to a crawl. Instantly grabbing your attention with its unique vocals and immense sound, … 504 more words


Album Review: Rob Zombie – The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser

For all of his heaviness and fascination with horror, Rob Zombie mostly just likes to list stuff. On “The Hideous Exhibitions of a Dedicated Gore Whore”, he lists all of a woman’s freaky tattoos (Vincent Price on her thigh, a Wolf Man on her fist, a Dracula on her neck). 682 more words

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The Nine Circles ov... Strapping Young Lad

Let’s give it up for The Lad! Obviously, you are all aware of how much we talk about Devin Townsend on this blog. He’s one of our favorites out there, so we tend to cover him on a regular basis. 1,221 more words

Daily Heresy

Some homecoming

Industrial metal is not really my cup of tea. It reminds me so much of grime, dirty machinery, and technology gone awry. Also, I like my music to sound like it’s being played by actual human beings and not by androids. 194 more words


Weekly Focus: Dope, Day Seven

My favorite <3

Dope — “Falling Away,” from the album Group Therapy (2003).

Weekly Focus

Features of the Day - New Singles from Circle of Dust and Celldweller w/ a new Celldweller album available to pre-order (2016)

On the 22nd April 2016, Klayton through the Circle of Dust newsletter unveiled the first re-mastered single from the second Circle of Dust release, Brainchild (originally produced in 1994),  70 more words

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