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The Beyond

Gross Encounters of the Sacrificial Rite by The Beyond Give us a brief history of THE BEYOND! Where, when, how and why did THE BEYOND become the black metal monstrosity that it is? Well, first off i’d like to state that we aren’t a black metal band, although we have a good bit of old [&hellip

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The Fat Dukes of Fuck

  Honey from the Lips of an Angel by the fat dukes of fuck Tell us of your new album, Honey from the Lips of an Angel! How long has it been in the creative process? Depends on the song. Cigarette for instance was originally written about six years ago but has evolved over time. [&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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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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Chinaski – Cruelty

“It’s like killing roaches. You have to kill ‘em all. Otherwise…what’s the use?” – Charles Bronson as Paul Kersey, Deathwish 3 You have to hand it to those among us that have no qualms whatsoever about pulling all the stops and grinning at the thought of the ensuing flood’s cleansing properties. It’s just like Bronson [&hellip

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Anal Cunt / The Dockers / Daisycutter / Slam Dunk / Tri-State Killing Spree

Anal Cunt / The Dockers / Daisycutter / Slam Dunk / Tri-State Killing Spree April 26, 2011 The Vollrath Tavern Indianapolis, Indiana With some bands, we all know it’s damn near impossible to get the chance to see them live. Personally, there are too many bands that I wish I could’ve seen (at least once) [&hellip

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Dishammer – Vintage Addiction (reissue)

“Yes, Evil is the great savior and sustainer of those who condemn it most.” – Anton LaVey, The Devil’s Notebook I don’t know about any of you, faithful readers, but I could not possibly agree more with the above statement. For every single ounce of so-called offensive, blasphemous nonconformity that exists within this reality, there [&hellip

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PanzerBastard – Centurion

Proudly boasting their Boston roots while spitting in the face of genre-defining beard strokers everywhere, PanzerBastard kick the door down with their five round, fight-to-the-finish EP, Centurion. By showcasing their appreciation for all things heavy, even the most discriminating metal enthusiast will find their palette satisfied in the 16 minutes that comprise Centurion. Remember how a gritty guitar, crunching alone [&hellip

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Deadmen

While Indianapolis, Indiana’s punk-smeared rage monsters Deadmen had a short run, the band still managed to create a demo and a brand-new 7” that both pack the same brass-knuckled punch that could be witnessed at their frenzied live performances. I caught up with guitarist Carl Byers recently and he revealed his thoughts on the band’s [&hellip

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Deadmen – Possession of the Void

Indianapolis, Indiana’s destructively raging, whiskey-hoarding five-piece known as Deadmen (featuring members of Demiricous, Coffinworm and The Dream Is Dead among others) began carving their place into Indy’s hardcore/punk/metal scene in the summer of 2008. Thankfully,  they continue to drive their message home with a sound drenched in an intoxicating cocktail of influences ranging from Tragedy [&hellip

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