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Crust Punk Archive

Forbidden Magazine presents: Nate of the Living Dead’s “Best of 2012″

Greetings, Forbidden Fiends! Once again, it’s time to take a deep breath and reflect on the past year and revel in the knowledge that we’ve survived to tell the tale. For me, 2012 consisted of twelve tumultuous months spanning the spectrum of the experiences of life itself. From laughter to mourning, crazy to calm…it was [&hellip

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Kata Sarka/Nak’ay split

In the disgustingly unending quest for all-that-is-technologically-superior in life, today’s general human population tends to steer away from the cassette tapes when it comes to music. “Tapes are a dead format.”, they’ll say. Often, the suggestion of downloading can be heard muttered in conversation or read in an internet post by some oblivious kid who [&hellip

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Photian Schism

For Indianapolis, Indiana’s crusty, hell-raising warlords, Photian Schism, the concepts of thrashing your ass off and ripping up the pavement on two wheels go hand-in-hand. Featuring former members of Wasteland D.C., Year Of Desolation, and Summon The Destroyer, the band clearly has its crosshairs set on one general goal: to ride hard, live harder…and thrash [&hellip

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Kata Sarka

Indianapolis, Indiana’s blackened crust killing machine, Kata Sarka, is most definitely not a beast that is to be taken lightly. Since their inception, the outfit has unleashed their wrathful demons by way of two EP’s that truly turn the experience of music into a visceral blood-letting ritual that is equal parts chaotic and intelligent. Forbidden [&hellip

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Vastum – Carnal Law

You know that amazing feeling when you realize you have not only formed an unstoppable, valid-as-all-hell opinion on something, but know you’re 100% right in the basis of such heartfelt belief? It’s that oh-so-glorious moment when you find out that your brain is undoubtedly aligned with the entirety of the goddamned cosmos or some shit…because [&hellip

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Kata Sarka – Riding A Wind Of Knives

When finding one’s self in the frost-bitten, cruel-as-all-hell grip of frozen torture that the Midwest becomes nearly every year around this time, it seems extremely easy to give in to the death tundra. Succumbing to the Indiana winter blues and/or suicidal depression might appeal to many, but I feel compelled to suggest another route when [&hellip

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Vastum – Corpus

We’ve all seen it way too many times. All too often, bands pop up overnight and seem to shoot straight to over-played, over-hyped, and even mainstream status without having even a single ounce of the so-called “goods“ to back up the previously-mentioned hype. These days, admittedly pathetic bands like that are a dime a goddamn [&hellip

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Phobia – Unrelenting

It was the year 1990. Orange County, California was about to become the site of a scathing revolution geared at the annihilation of mainstream society’s mindset. It was an explosion fueled by the ideals of hardcore and the abrasive, crusty hostility of grindcore pioneers. The message: one of a rage based on socio political revolt. [&hellip

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The Secret – Solve et Coagula

Solve et Coagula (latin) – meaning, in essence, “separate and join together.” Birthed from the seaport confines of Trieste, Italy in 2003, The Secret is comprised of four guys that proudly take the concept of melody and stomp it into the ground, only to replace it with their apparent, unabashed adoration for absolute pandemonium. Negativity [&hellip

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Bastard Priest – Under the Hammer of Destruction

Taking up their demonic root in 2001, Swedish blasters of underground blasphemy, Bastard Priest have fused the worlds of death metal mayhem and crust-punk attitude. The end result of that mutation is a fury so relentless in its aggression and down-right unholy fist-banging spirit, that one should be surprised that Bastard Priest doesn’t actually open [&hellip

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