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Old School Politicking Gets Powerful Punk Backing on Dead End America's 'Crush the Machine'

Released on Southern Lord to mark the US election, Dead End America spit fire in the direction of Donald Trump on Crush the Machine.

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Baptists Keep Their Crust-infused Hardcore Perspective on 'Beacon of Faith'

Carrying down on their path of destruction, Baptists return with a record that extends their sonic palette, making Beacon of Faith their most complete work yet.

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Okkultokrati: Raspberry Dawn

Oslo-based unit takes us down to the dungeon where the jams are dank and the torture is pretty.

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Sunn O)): Kannon

Hot off the heels of collaborations with Scott Walker and Ulver, Sunn O))) return with some serious spiritual matter.

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Dead in the Dirt: The Blind Hole

The debut LP by the sonic malefactors behind Dead in the Dirt, The Blind Hole, is an ugly, wretched thing—in all the right ways. The overarching grindcore sonic is given life by potent injections of doom, crust, and hardcore, not to mention the trio's vegan straightedge philosophy.

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Wartorn: Iconic Nightmare / Kromosom: Live Forever

Southern Lord kicks of 2013 with two crust-punk LPs that differ very significantly in both methodology and success.

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Earth: Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light 1

The instrument that will come to define this release is not Carlson's guitar so much as Lori Goldston's cello.

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Pelican: What We All Come to Need

What We All Come to Need is as aphoristic about living as it is metaphoric about dying. It’s a musical version of Picasso’s Guernica where the instruments are the paintbrushes and your ears are the canvas.


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