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Weekend Nachos - Bleed

Weekend Nachos1 currently may be an inner-ear-slaying crust punk band, but they started off as Neurosis-inspired sludge metal. Bleed is a two-track, fourteen-minute EP with chugging riffs, percussive interludes, and some noise overlays. 101 more words


Album Review: Grime - "Circle of Molestors"

Italy has seen a number of stellar releases this year. For example, Mefitic released what may prove to be one the year’s best blackened death metal albums. 482 more words


Art With Impact: Hurricane Katrina and "Over the Under"

I love how art can connect us with something so much bigger than ourselves. It’s been ten years since Hurricane Katrina; I can vaguely remember following the news, especially in the aftermath, and feeling so disconnected from what the people of New Orleans were feeling and going through. 654 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: Black Tongue - The Unconquerable Dark

WORDS: James Weaver

Hull’s BLACK TONGUE have been building a solid reputation in the underground scene for a number of years now. Since signing with… 510 more words

Death Metal

Baroness announces new album, Purple, shares "Chlorine & Wine" -- listen

On December 18th, Baroness will return with Purple, the follow-up to Yellow & Green and the band’s first since their harrowing bus accident in 2012. 294 more words


Kylesa shares pulverizing new song "Shaping the Southern Sky" -- listen

Exhausting Fire is the forthcoming album from sludge metal outfit Kylesa. Due out on October 2nd through Season of Mist, the Ultraviolet follow-up is said to incorporate elements of “psychedelic rock, new wave, space-age twangy Americana, 80s goth and death rock into their pitch-thick DIY punk/metal roots.” Considering the wide range of genres on display, it’s no surprise the band considers it their “most diverse, dynamic, and fully-realized work” of their career. 49 more words