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sKitz Kraven

Rapper sKitz Kraven (aka Evan D. Kijek) can be a darkly charismatic MC using a horrorcore visual and a movement rife with lurid, raunchy lyrics and a macabre love of life. Delivered in Madison, Wisconsin in 1992, Kraven was thinking about music from a age and started picking up musical …

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We Lost the Sea

We Lost the ocean are an Australian post-metal group whose epic audio combines sludgy guitars with crescendos similar to cinematic post-rock rings. Produced in 2007, the group’s expansive lineup is certainly focused around guitarists Tag Owen, Brendan Warner, and Matt Harvey, bassist Kieran Elliot, drummer Nathanial D’Ugo, and key pad …

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With the Dead

Using the Dead is a U.K. doom steel/stoner rock and roll power trio made up of well-known veterans of this picture. Guitarist/bassist Tim Bagshaw also has within a Serpentine Route. He and drummer Tag Greening were the initial tempo section for Electric powered Wizard, and proved helpful jointly for nine …

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Dreamcrusher

Discussing their are “Nihilist Queer Revolt Musik,” Dreamcrusher is normally a gender nonbinary straight-edge vegan from Wichita, Kansas named Luwayne Cup. Their impossibly severe, distorted music owes as very much to power consumer electronics as to commercial, rave, goth, and shoegaze. While from the experimental sound scene, Glass provides trouble …

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Uniform

New York-based noise-rock duo Standard combine multiple universities of noise — including commercial music, thrash metallic, and power electronic devices — to produce an all-consuming wall of catharsis. Ben Greenberg (the Males, Pygmy Shrews) and Michael Berdan (Drunkdriver, York Manufacturing plant Complaint) formed Standard in 2013 if they recognized that …

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Small Feet

Stockholm-based Little Feet forge resonant, folk-rock-inspired indie rock. Using a tone of voice that’s three-quarters Neil Teen with one-quarter America’s Gerry Beckley, vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Simon Stålhamre began the project, ultimately partnering with American bassist Jacob Snavely (Dag för Dag) and adding (a generally jazz) drummer Christopher Cantillo to …

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Speak Onion

Speak Onion may be the saving moniker of Dan Abatemarco, a Queens, New York-based digital musician who describes his severe, chaotic are “drum’n’noise.” His music mashes digital opinions and splattered breakbeats into a rigorous, complicated mass of audio influenced by commercial music aswell as experimental audio style. A longtime fixture …

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So Stressed

Three wildly overexcited teenagers playing arty but muscular punk rock and roll using the fervor of somebody who simply completed his fifth shot of espresso, Therefore Stressed started life in Sacramento, California in ’09 2009. The group began as a big noise ensemble, however in period So Anxious whittled itself …

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Gruesome

Old-school metal clothing Gruesome produce hardcore, thrash, and loss of life steel in the vein of such common rings as Florida’s Loss of life and California’s Slayer. Produced by Exhumed guitarist/vocalist Matt Harvey and ex-Malevolent Creation drummer Gus Rios, Gruesome emerged jointly after Harvey and Rios participated in the “Loss …

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Sumac

Sumac is a trio in the Pacific Northwest whose intense, organic sound falls somewhere within sludge steel and experimental noise-rock. The group was founded in 2014 by guitarist/vocalist Aaron Turner (Isis, Aged Man Gloom, Mamiffer) along with Canadian drummer Nick Yacyshyn (Baptists, Hard Emotions) and bassist Brian Make (Botch, These …

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