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Necrosexual - Grim 1 - Cover

Necrosexual: “Grim 1” Album Review

It’s tough to indulge in old school black metal. You either love it or hate it. Unfortunately, there is quite an onslaught of bands trying to capture the sound and soulless grim feeling that yesterday’s groups used to slaughtered listeners’ senses. Necrosexual hail from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and with their upcoming release, Grim 1, they have made a bold attempt at

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Motherslug: “The Electric Dunes Of Titan” Album Review

Motherslug open The Electric Dunes of Titan deep and slow. It’s sexual, deep-breathing, and methodical, and though you take it in through the ears, it feels like it enters through the nose. There’s an aroma, like bright red tulips growing out of a swamp as the moonlight hits at 3 a.m. The water bubbles, and fireflies appear and fade away

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Spacetrucker: “Launch Sequence” Album Review

Out of St. Louis, Missouri, comes the latest slab of stoner, fuzz, doomish metal, Launch Sequence by Spacetrucker. For fans of the Melvins, Kyuss and Sleep, this record will be right up your distorted alley. Clocking in at barely 27 minutes, technically Launch Sequence should be considered an EP. But don’t think it isn’t crammed full of some killer tunes with

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Necrosexual - Grim 1 - Cover

Necrosexual: “Grim 1” Album Review

It’s tough to indulge in old school black metal. You either love it or hate it. Unfortunately, there is quite an onslaught of bands trying