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All I can say is today is your lucky day if you are a Nick Cave fan. Check out this insightful 1987 documentary, Stranger In A Strange Land, about a man who many consider a living legend. Just push play below and become a bad seed!      

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Ahh, this is the kind of shit that should end up on a split 7″: two almost completely different bands – not more of the same, the space is limited, no one wants to hear more of the same. This is why this Palace of Worms / Thoabath split is so

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Consouling Sounds is one of the labels that continues to push boundaries and is always taking chances. The new DAGHRAVEN record is a prime example – they create massive walls of drone that you can lose yourself in! Check out their new visual, which is as twisted as it is beautiful! DAGHRAVEN’s

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For over 30 years, I have been enchanted by the voice and energy of BJORK. The documentary that you are about to see is so moving and it breaks it down why this human has been so special to so many people. Her voice still gives me chills to this very

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Bands don’t have to play intensely melodic, structured music to win over underground fans. While it’s true that underground metal is typically known for violent, frantic, frenetic play, the performances on tap must be just as stellar as it is nuanced – breaking barriers, defying stereotypes, and all while producing music with

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Racism is never a joke…Phil Anselmo, you straight fucking played yourself in the eyes of so many, and CVLT Nation will never support you in any way or form. I have been an active part of the underground music community since the early 80s, and I have never made the

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CRAOW is on the move. Sean Halpin’s music reaches a new plane of throbbing electronics. The gripping industrial/noise label, Nostilevo, is to release his self-titled album. I might’ve walked out on CRAOW before. Halpin’s Difference Between the Days could’ve been background music, even when it fluttered and shook. CRAOW’s Nostilevo

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Robert Smith would tell you he would still be wearing trenchcoats, trying to learn Hendrix songs if he hadn’t heard Low, which Smith calls the greatest album ever made. He also an claims it had more of an impact on him than any other album. A 14-year-old Siouxsie Sioux saw

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Unhinged fury, unique sonic rage, mind-altering audio twists enclosed in demented freedom are just some of the things that come to my mind as I listen to the new SPEKTR LP entitled The Art to Disappear. Over the course of 9 tracks, this band creates music that leaps over all boundaries

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Many heads that grew up in the early 80’s scene started to have a more open mind when it came to music by the mid 80’s. A big part of this was the label SST, because they were putting out bands that were brave enough to go against the status

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TEN – TETRAGRAMMACIDE  Typhonian Wormholes: Indecipherable Anti​-​Structural Formulæ Forget music. Forget anything that resembles it. Now try to imagine the incomprehensible: the complete disintegration of all matter; unit by unit, piece by piece, cell by cell. Much like what takes place in the center of a black hole, the actual experience

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TEN – TRIBULATION The Children of the Night Tribulation are a Swedish band, and The Children Of The Night is their third studio full-length. I already wrote a lot about the band’s backstory and their evolution, and you can find that here. In that same space, I said that The Children Of The Night was

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