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Belcher/Bivins Double Quartet: EXO

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Belcher/Bivins Double Quartet: EXO

Really dig this label, the guy usually doesn't send anything to explain what he's doing, just a disc, nicely packaged, with that cool label logo on the back, nothing more.  Not even sure if it's a dude, to be honest, could be a 'chick' as they say, or perhaps 'gurl', is that how it's spelled […]

MirrorBlaze: Triumph of the Villain

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MirrorBlaze: Triumph of the Villain

Still kind of confused about this band name.  It's written as MirrorBlaze, just like that, but it appears in separation in their logo.  As to what it means, we'll leave that up to you.  MirrorBlaze are a three-piece thrash outfit from Bangladesh who banded together in 2007.  Triumph of the Villain is their first full-length, […]

The Blood Spattered Bride

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The Blood Spattered Bride

Seriously, some of this box art from the old VHS days, when things came in boxes bigger than your head or in shiny clamshells, really, just wow sometimes.  At other times come on, stop leading us on!  Case in point, this film, because the girl you see on the cover appears nowhere in the actual movie […]

Mai Mai Mai: Theta

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Mai Mai Mai: Theta

Tony C. of noise rock act Hiroshima Rocks Around and spastic-pop duo Trouble Vs. Glue, decided to take us on a new exciting sonic trip through dense soundscapes, abstract beats and immense noise. The purpose of this journey is sonic experimentation and Tony C. definitely knows how to go about in order to achieve extreme outcomes from his music. So […]

Niveau Zero: Jasmine

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Niveau Zero: Jasmine

Ad Noiseam needs so much more attention.  And we need to stop saying that because should you check every review we've done for the label in the past, it's probably at the start of all of them.  It's clear the guy's doing something right, because most of the electronic we receive tends to be of […]

Seeker: Unloved

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Seeker: Unloved

A few words to preface; this album could have been good. Ultimately, a lack of  vision condemns this disc to whatever the internet equivalent of the "used" bin is, but we'll get to that later. Victory records, for better or worse, is intimately tied to northeast hardcore, which arguably gave rise to metalcore, and we […]

Stampkase: Mechanorganism

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Stampkase: Mechanorganism

In the history of modern chug-a-lug, there are bands who chug, some who lug, and some who chug and lug, thus the title of this modern genre that we only now created. Being masters of both the pun and onomatopoeia, we figured we'd provide the very most in accuracy and tagging for all of you […]

Elizabeth: Insomnia

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Elizabeth: Insomnia

There are two types of bands:  recording artists, and performing acts.  Where some bands spend countless hours finely tuning each note and sound, others believe that a true following is earned by spending unforgiving months and years on the road, playing to apathetic crowds of three pimple faced dirtbags guzzling Highlife in the corner... and […]

Broken Hope: Omen of Disease

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Broken Hope: Omen of Disease

Broken Hope was one of the earlier death metal acts, hailing from Chicago, and really creating an entire scene in their wake, a critical step towards today's toss-around term of 'brutal'.  They've been around a lot longer than most acts, and they have the scars to prove it, and loss.  Imagine everyone's surprise, after the […]

Bay of Blood

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Bay of Blood

Mario Bava has always been that Italian director false horror fans seem to overlook, instead latching onto Lucio Fluci for some damn reason, often without sufficient explanation.  Fulci, to his credit, was a rather prolific director with his hands over almost any genre you could think of, and today he has a cult following largely […]