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Melvins share new song "Captain Comedown" -- listen

The Melvins are gearing up for a summer tour with Le Butcherettes, with whom they’ve also teamed for a new split EP, Chaos as Usual… 294 more words

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Album Review: Weedeater - Goliathan

There’s no band filthier than Weedeater. The North Carolina trio’s backwoods sludge metal is the musical equivalent of caked-up bong resin and bubbler hits. It’s by weedians for weedians, and there’s never been any other pretense except to make music that sounds cool when you’re stoned. 272 more words

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Hogslayer - Defacer (Review)

Hogslayer are a Sludge band from the UK. This is their second album.

This is hateful, heavy Sludge Metal that sometimes it seems only the UK can do so well. 249 more words

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Allfather - No Gods No Masters

 If you’ve been looking for an EP that has elements of anarchy with a sludge/doom metal performance and being all around badass then look no further than Allfather’s brand new EP “No Gods No Masters”! 168 more words

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Review: Iced Out's Man's Ruin

Durham sludgecore nihilists Iced Out have returned for another short burst of down-tuned filth with the release of their third EP, Man’s Ruin. The band’s previous EP Jukai began to show elements of a slower, lurching song style that has more in common with sludge metal than hardcore and Iced Out have made a much bigger step into the world of sludge for this EP. 320 more words

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Album Review: Allfather - "No Gods. No Masters."

Rochester, UK-based Allfather are relative newcomers to the metal scene, having only formed last year. In a time of political unrest, uncertainty and eroding trust in the government, the band’s debut EP, … 447 more words

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Cult Leader - Nothing for Us Here

What do you do when your frontman is accused of sexually assaulting a fan? Start another band, I guess.1 Such are the circumstances surrounding Cult Leader, of which three members were metalcore/sludge metal group Gaza.2 Nothing for Us Here contains that newfangled experimental metal that’s the hallmark of Deathwish, Inc.3: mathy, crust punk riffs with a significant grindcore influence. 165 more words

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