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UK-based extreme metal duo, ANAAL NATHRAKH, will wage war on North America later this spring on a long-anticipated stretch of live incursions. Slated to embark on May 11th in Sacramento, the antagonistic twosome will march through a dozen metropolises, with their final massacre to take place at this year’s Maryland Death Fest on May 24th.

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Agnostic Front are, undeniably, one of the most prolific and influential Hardcore/Punk groups to come out of New York. In recent years, the group’s sound started to cater more towards the traditional Hardcore approach, which wasn’t really a bad thing at all. Countless well received releases later, including a total of ten full-length albums, we find the group returning to their incredibly pissed off and politically-charged roots once more with The American Dream Died, a suiting title given everything going on in the United States lately. But is this new entry a genuine call to arms, or is it a mild proclamation of disgust you can easily sweep under the rug?

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Did you know Sigh had a new album coming out? Well, I must have missed the memo because, for some reason, I didn’t. Well, that, or maybe I just forgot with this wretched memory of mine. Who knows. Either way, when this new one hit the inbox, I almost wet myself with joy and anticipation, wasting no time sinking my teeth into what lies in wait for us all. For the past forty-eight hours, this sucker has accompanied me everywhere I went. Even though Graveward is due out in early May of this year through Candlelight Records, I wanted to chime in about it real quick, as it’s definitely not your everyday Sigh album. And between nightmarish matador-themed performances to debunked Japanese World War II sonic weaponry techniques, that statement should definitely interest you.

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