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Open Call for Correspondents (That Means Writers)

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Open Call for Correspondents (That Means Writers)

The time has come. For awhile now I've been gathering ideas and starting to build some capital in preparation for a big push for new correspondents. Correspondents? It means writers, but it sounds more archaic and original so just accept it. Before I explain in detail, please note this is a paying position, but not […]

Grime – Circle of Molesters

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Grime – Circle of Molesters

Sludge is an interesting genre.  It's something like grindcore, but with way less blast beats to cover up crap riffs, and more of a groove.  As such, one can consider it grindcore gone meinstreem, or perhaps better to say a genre that can capture the attention of more than a distinct few weirdos who only […]

Ulvedharr – Swords of Midgard

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Ulvedharr – Swords of Midgard

One curious thing from bands we've seen from Italy is a strange tendency to consume foreign culture for image purposes.  We almost got in trouble once in an old review of a band from a northern region of the country that utilized images of a forgotten tribe, but which to 99% of their audience appeared […]

Fuck This: Faith No More – Tribute of the Year, Disk 2

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Fuck This: Faith No More – Tribute of the Year, Disk 2

Shortly after completing part one of "Fuck This: Tribute of the Year", I began to feel ill. I'm not making this up. For about three weeks, I felt malaised, lethargic… unwell. I'm a productive type and I lead a very busy life. To that end, I often don't sleep enough or eat properly, but this […]

Occultist: Death Sigils

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Occultist: Death Sigils

The 2012 demo, Hell By Our Hands, introduced a new force in the blackened crust scene. Occultist produced tracks of such extremity and intensity that you simply could not ignore them. The band first came to be when Leland Hoth (ex-Battlemaster) and Jim Reed (also of Thurifer) got in touch. Soon Nathaniel Acker also came […]