Posts Tagged: powerviolence

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Interview – Feast of Tentacles

Feast of Tentacles is a DIY record label and distro based in Nottingham, UK, that has already put out a plethora of great releases by bands like Thou, Cough, Rot in Hell, Army of Flying Robots, Kowloon Walled City and

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Interview – Feast of Tentacles

Feast of Tentacles is a DIY record label and distro based in Nottingham, UK, that has already put out a plethora of great releases by bands like Thou, Cough, Rot in Hell, Army of Flying Robots, Kowloon Walled City and

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Interview – Robocop

American powerviolence trio Robocop have been turning heads with their hostile and innovative sound that references d-beat punk, doom, power electronics, thrash and noise as much as it does Man Is The Bastard, and so far the band have made

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Interview – Robocop

American powerviolence trio Robocop have been turning heads with their hostile and innovative sound that references d-beat punk, doom, power electronics, thrash and noise as much as it does Man Is The Bastard, and so far the band have made

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Interview – Slap a Ham Records

Chris Dodge was a pivotal figure in the early 90’s powerviolence scene. In addition to playing in bands like Despise You, Lack of Interest, and, of course, the legendary Spazz, Chris started the hugely influential and fondly remembered label Slap

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Interview – Slap a Ham Records

Chris Dodge was a pivotal figure in the early 90’s powerviolence scene. In addition to playing in bands like Despise You, Lack of Interest, and, of course, the legendary Spazz, Chris started the hugely influential and fondly remembered label Slap

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Interview – Stuck On A Name Studio

It’s no secret that Nottingham has one of the best hardcore scenes in Europe, and Stuck On A Name Studio lies right at the heart of the city’s musical centre. When not playing music himself, recording engineer Ian Boult has

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Interview – Stuck On A Name Studio

It’s no secret that Nottingham has one of the best hardcore scenes in Europe, and Stuck On A Name Studio lies right at the heart of the city’s musical centre. When not playing music himself, recording engineer Ian Boult has

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Interview – Grind To Death

Alex Layzell is the founder of the Grind To Death website, one of the best places for grindcore news, reviews and interviews on the net. M3 had a chat with Alex about his views on the relevancy of the album

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Interview – Grind To Death

Alex Layzell is the founder of the Grind To Death website, one of the best places for grindcore news, reviews and interviews on the net. M3 had a chat with Alex about his views on the relevancy of the album

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Interview – The Locust

The Locust have been turning music on it’s head since 1994, taking influences from such seemingly disparate genres as powerviolence and new wave (to name but two), throwing them into a blender and then leaving the lid off so as

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Interview – The Locust

The Locust have been turning music on it’s head since 1994, taking influences from such seemingly disparate genres as powerviolence and new wave (to name but two), throwing them into a blender and then leaving the lid off so as

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Interview – The Afternoon Gentlemen

Leeds’ finest grindcore export, the Afternoon Gentlemen, have been laying waste to stages across Europe and the US with everyone from Wormrot to Weekend Nachos in a furious whirlwind of blastbeats and white cider. M3 had a word with drummer

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Interview – The Afternoon Gentlemen

Leeds’ finest grindcore export, the Afternoon Gentlemen, have been laying waste to stages across Europe and the US with everyone from Wormrot to Weekend Nachos in a furious whirlwind of blastbeats and white cider. M3 had a word with drummer