Indiana Archive

Thorr-Axe

Channeling the undeniable fury conjured by the likes of Black Sabbath, Sleep, Bathory, and Venom among others, Indiana doom metal trio, Thorr-Axe, are a self-described “raiding party comprised of three guys with a mutual love of heavy music.” Further, they’re fascinated with dragons, wizards, frost giants, and Vikings…as well as what happens when those Vikings [&hellip

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Black Goat of the Woods

In the short time since the band’s inception, Indianapolis black grind monstrosity, Black Goat of the Woods, have carved their own festering mark into the face of the extreme underground. Their absolutely crushing self-titled EP is proof positive that these five guys mean unholy business. And business is good, apparently! Having already shared the stage [&hellip

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Ptahil – The Almighty Propagator of Doom and Despair

All throughout 2012, there were countless members of the human population anticipating (i.e. fearing) what so many have apparently misinterpreted as the official date that our miserable world somehow get flushed right down the proverbial toilet. Yes, that much publicized calendar created by that much extinct Mayan civilization had the more gullible portion of Earth’s [&hellip

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Boddicker/Kata Sarka – split

Official OCP Public Relations Memo, RE: crime rate increase Greetings once again, people of Old Detroit! It’s your old pal, Dick, here! As we all know, a lot has changed since the old man and that asshole, Bob Morton, left us. I know for many of you it’s been hard to deal with such a [&hellip

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Radiation Sickness – The Madness Begins (1987-1990)

“He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good And Evil Ok, class…as I’ve touched on a few times before, the late 80’s and early 90’s were pivotal [&hellip

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Ptahil

It’s been a little over a year since Forbidden Magazine’s last interaction with Ft. Wayne, Indiana’s black metal outfit, Ptahil. Here, the band’s drummer, J. Mhághnuís, responds graciously via video…shedding some light on the upcoming release, rat-biting fans, and more! http://youtu.be/h2xDXiVMAAo

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Toxic Shock Syndrome – No Strings Attached demo

“Basically, I hate conformity. I hate people telling me what to do. It makes me want to smash things. So-called normal behavior patterns make me so bored, I could throw up!” – Wendy O. Williams Whoever said anything in the world of legitimate punk rock was supposed to be safe or friendly missed the point [&hellip

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Late August/Mr. Clit and the Pink Cigarettes – 7″ split

If you ask me, split releases are a goddamned treasure. They’re a formidable commodity. They are something that should surely get Max far in a place like Bartertown. What I’m getting at here is that there’s not only the obvious benefit of acquiring new music by a band that you are already well aware and [&hellip

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Boddicker – Mitch Is The Bastard

Official OCP Public Relations Memo “Haha! The wreckin’ crew is here! Where is that metallic mother?” – the late J.P. Cox (R.I.P.) Hello, people of Old Detroit…Dick Jones here. I guess you’re all on your knees right about now…begging for your lives. Pathetic. You don’t feel so cocky now do ya? Bob Morton offered to pay [&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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