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    O n paper, it would be easy to write off Sadistik as another one of those pretentious “spiritual lyrical miracle” type rappers. Features from several indie pop artists, multisyllabic rhyme schemes with a lot of big words, a rapping style that seems to take more influence from poetry instead of o...
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    Chokehold is a metallic hardcore band from Canada that, while only staying together about six years, was a very established and influential act in the straight-edge/vegan hardcore scene. Their second album, “Content With Dying,” is easily their angriest and most passionate, which is really sayin...
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    It's hard to listen to yet another semi-underground progressive metal band with an open mind. With so many that fit that description lately, expectations aren't very high, and creativity isn't common. That's why this French progressive metal band surprised me so much. What I heard wasn't stale c...
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    When I was first getting into the Midwestern rapper Tech N9ne, I got my hands on everything I could find to do with him. I listened to every of his albums and his label, Strange Music. “Celcius” was one of the last CDs I discovered, and when I did, I immediately thought: this isn't Tech N9ne. I ...
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    Suburban Scum are a metallic hardcore band from New Jersey who have gotten quite a bit of attention. It's not necessarily because they're all that different from other bands who have a punishing, somewhat desperate, and extremely pissed-off sound. But they do it with the sort of passion and intensit...
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    When I first listened to Bruja, an American blackened sludge/stoner/doom metal trio, I was sitting in a dark room by myself. Not physically, physically I was sitting on the couch eating a bag of chips on a bright, clear afternoon. Mentally, however, I was alone in that dark room despite my actual su...
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    If you were to listen to Death­evokation's “The Chalice of Ages” without knowing anything about it, and were asked to guess where and when it was recorded, I highly doubt your first guess would be California, 2007. This album, in the vein of old-school death metal, sounds like it could have ...
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    Teenagers don't know everything. I know some of us think we do, and I know a lot of adults like to pretend we all think we do in order to make themselves feel more superior in a "Ha, what a poor naive little thing" sort of way. As a teenager myself, maybe I'm not completely in th...
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    1000 Funerals is an atmospheric funeral doom metal band from Iran. Within the first minute of their second album, “Butterfly Decadence,” you will see what I mean when I say “atmospheric.” When you hear raindrops hitting the ground and birds chirping, a scene of serene nature fills your mind....
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    Amarna Reign wants so badly to be popular. You can see it in just about everything – the constant chugging, the clean choruses, the vocal effects, the occasional use of electronics, and even the album art – it's as if they're on a mission to be the safest metalcore band ever. Once in a while you...
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    I’ve always had a soft spot for the swedish melodic death metal act, The Project Hate MCMXCIX. Their softly sung yet assertive female vocals, their devilishly low male growls, the symphonics and electronics, even their blasphemous and addmittedly, a little ridiculous lyrics. They’ve been doing m...
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    For being as far north as possible to still be considered Southern, The Sign of the Southern Cross is one of the most Southern bands you'll ever hear, and they're damn proud of it. Their debut album, “Of Mountains and Moonshine,” is littered with Southern influence. You can hear it in the ...

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