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Dirtbag tour of the year

In the dirtbag tour of the year, Kylesa are hitting the road with The Ocean, Lair of the Minotaur, and Withered. (I think I grew chest hair just typing that

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Freedom Call – Dimensions

I can't evaluate modern power metal objectively. Most of it sounds the same to me, which probably just means I'm ignorant. But it doesn't have many qualities that make me want to learn more...

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Verdunkeln – Einblick in den Qualenfall

If The Cure and The Sisters of Mercy got together and made blackened doom, they'd be Verdunkeln - the former for guitars, and the latter for atmosphere...

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Endstille – Endstilles Reich

Endstille are quick to point out their origins in Schleswig-Holstein, as opposed to the rest of Germany. This northern state abuts Denmark and is home to the annual Wacken Open Air festival...

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Genocide (Ger) – Apocalyptic Visions

If you follow black metal, follow Ván, a German label that's quietly building an envelope-pushing discography. Last year, the Ruins of Beverast record (review) turned quite a few heads, the reissue of Nagelfar's Virus West (review) was most welcome, and I'm still trying to wrap my head around Verdunkeln's Einblick in den Qualenfall, which recasts Joy Division as black metal.

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Defeated Sanity – Psalms of the Moribund

One of the funnier interview questions I've seen was asked of German brutal death metallers Defeated Sanity: "Why are movies on German TV not subtitled...

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Bolz’n – Spalt>funktion

The current Decibel has a quote from artist Matthew Barney (Cremaster-mind and Björk squeeze) about Pig Destroyer: "I've never experienced a think tank, but Pig Destroyer records make me feel like I'm inside one. On...

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Torch of War (Ger) – The Principle of Cosmic Instability

The Principle of Cosmic Instability (Autopsy Kitchen, 2007) is probably the harshest recording I've ever heard. The music is plenty scathing, but the sound is an icepick in the ear...

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Long Distance Calling – Satellite Bay

At first, Long Distance Calling seemed like another NeurIsis clone. They had long songs, organic rhythms, and soft/loud dynamics. Even the artwork seemed derivative of mid-'90s Chicago post-rock...

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Converge, Job for a Cowboy, Rise and Fall, Animosity @ SO36, 19.06.07

SO36, Berlin, 19.06.07

SO36 isn't just a club. It's a friggin' complex, with stairs in back and on the side leading up to an immense backstage area that resembles an office, albeit a punked-out one

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