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Limbic Riot Interview

27th December 2007 at 9:01 am

Limbic Riot

Limbic Riot reside in Stockport, Greater Manchester, they’ve been around since 2002 but with line up problems things began to stagnate until 2006 when they drafted in members from metallers Uchi Deshi and with it came a new mind set and direction, focusing their…
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Blood Island Raiders / Volition / Zangief / Limbic Riot – Manchester 29/11/07

20th December 2007 at 9:07 am

Blood Island Raiders / Volition / Zangief / Limbic Riot - Manchester 29/11/07

The Star & Garter, Manchester 29/11/07 Well, it’s been a good ten months since I last had the pleasure of seeing Volition play live, so this was a concert that I had been looking forward to for some time. So much so that I…
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Jesu ‘Lifeline’ CDEP 2007

23rd November 2007 at 8:54 am

Jesu

With the rate of his output, it’s clear that Justin Broadrick is deeply committed to Jesu and he has outdone himself again with ‘Lifeline’. The EP easily stands up to any of Jesu’s previous material and the four tracks flow seamlessly, gliding organically and…
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Electric Wizard ‘Witchcult Today’ CD/LP 2007

21st November 2007 at 9:06 am

Electric Wizard

When a band as formidable within the stoner doom circuit as Electric Wizard release a new album, people familiar with their work take note. Electric Wizard are among the very best in the genre, and stand out as fan favourites with contemporaries such as…
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Evoken ‘A Caress Of The Void’ CD 2007

21st November 2007 at 8:43 am

Evoken

I’ve often been heard saying that Evoken’s last full-length LP, ‘The Antithesis of Light’, was amongst one of my favourite doom albums of all time. The band has a knack for creating some of the most evil, crushing sounds this side of doom metal….
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Total Fucking Destruction Interview

28th October 2007 at 9:15 am

Total Fucking Destruction

Formed in 1999 by drummer/vocalist Rich Hoak after the demise of Brutal Truth, Total Fucking Destruction set off on a journey of complete annihilation with their own unique and often eccentric take on Grindcore. After yet another frantic year which saw the band tour…
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Brutal Truth Interview

27th October 2007 at 9:07 am

Brutal Truth

In 1998 the extreme music fraternity were in mourning at the loss of one of the greatest grindcore bands to ever walk the planet when Brutal Truth called it a day and split up. Fast forward 8 years to the wake of Hurricane Katrina…
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Taunt / Stumm – Split 7″ – 2007

7th October 2007 at 9:18 am

Taunt / Stumm - Split 7" - 2007

This 7″ was initially released in June 07, but due to problems with the 1st pressing, Calculon decided to do a re-call and get the record re-pressed and re-released in August 2007 which is how it should have been first time around, so if…
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V/A ‘For The Sick’ – A Tribute To Eyehategod – CD 2007

20th May 2007 at 8:55 am

V/A

I heard a while back that this was being complied, and was more than chuffed to find it was available and I was able to get hold of a copy. I remember vividly my first introduction to this twisted bunch back in the early…
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Farflung Interview

9th April 2007 at 8:52 am

Farflung

The following interview was kindly contributed by Dave Gedge of Bad Acid Magazine and is also featured in his current issue, Tab #4, which out now! Info on how to purchase a copy can be found at the end of this interview, so once…
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