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Review: GRIDFAILURE Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II – The Sleeping Shaman

“Red Tide Baptism sounds positively mellow and understated compared to follow-up track Farmer Suicide, with the type of vocals that make your average black metal band sound like Lady Gaga…” – The Sleeping Shaman

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UNDERER: Metal Injection Premieres “Miniature Jimmon” From Cleric Member’s Solo Project; The Code Nears Nefarious Industries Release + Album Proceeds To Benefit Several Charities – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Shellenberger] Metal Injection is now streaming “Miniature Jimmon,” the new single by Camden, New Jersey-based UNDERER – the solo project of Nick Shellenberger of Cleric and Shardik. The song is a precursor to the outfit’s debut album, The Code, nearing…

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GRIDFAILURE: Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Out Now On Nefarious Industries; All Bandcamp Proceeds For June To Benefit Black Lives Matter – Earsplit Compound

New York City-area hostile faction GRIDFAILURE today unveils Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II through Nefarious Industries. All sales from the outfit’s Bandcamp for the entire month of June will be donated to Black Lives Matter. As resources are depleted, so are morals. This is the underlying theme of GRIDFAILURE’s Sixth…

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GRIDFAILURE: Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II reviewed – Grizzly Butts

“Ever the apocalypse-renderer, dark ambient and harsh noise artist GRIDFAILURE seeks to illustrate through shouting, scraping, blistering and boiling collages the intensifying brutality between men as increasingly barren, nutrient-void fruits of the Earth dry up beneath their feet. With this…

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GRIDFAILURE Premieres Grippingly Unsettling New Industrial/ Noise Track – Captured Howls

“…the sonic encapsulation of erratic spurts of physical pain. It’s like the soundtrack to moments after the most raging parts of a crisis have unfolded and surveying the wreckage is essentially all that’s left.” – Captured Howls

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UNDERER: Heavy Blog Is Heavy Premieres “Steven” From Solo Project Of Cleric’s Nick Shellenberger; The Code Nears June Release Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Shellenberger] Heavy Blog Is Heavy is hosting the premiere of “Steven,” the new single from UNDERER – the solo project of avant-garde multi-instrumentalist and recording artist Nick Shellenberger (Cleric, Shardik). The song release advances UNDERER’s debut album, The Code, nearing June…

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UNDERER: Solo Project From Cleric’s Nick Shellenberger To Release The Code Via Nefarious Industries In June; “1:19” Now Streaming – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Shellenberger] Nefarious Industries presents The Code, the debut LP by Camden, New Jersey-based UNDERER – the solo project of avant-garde multi-instrumentalist and recording artist Nick Shellenberger (Cleric, Shardik). The album’s cover art, track listing, preorders, and the lead track “1:19”…

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SNARES OF SIXES: Project Of Agalloch’s Jason Walton To Release New Album Via Nefarious Industries And Transcending Records; Trailer Posted – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Cody Keto] SNARES OF SIXES is a collective of ever-evolving artists and musicians led by Jason Walton. Best known as the bassist for Agalloch, Walton has also been a part of several other bands over the years, including Sculptured,…

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GRIDFAILURE: “Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II” Review – Modern Free Press

“Sounds that are this experimental, are extremely hard to pigeonhole into a fixed category. I sat here for a time wondering how to explain what I am hearing; until I decided not to. What I can tell you, is that…

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GRIDFAILURE: Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II – Sentinel Daily

“Another dose of noise-fueled misanthropy from New York… with this new album the powerviolence largely takes a backseat in favour of crawling, serpentine slithers of dystopic noise, all dredged from the nether regions of protagonist Dave Brenner’s fevered mind, ready…

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