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WALKING BOMBS and GRIDFAILURE: New Noise Magazine Premieres “Bare Shores Bleed” Video; Song Features Brett Netson And Other Guests + Suicide By Citizenship Out Next Week Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

From their impending fully collaborative musical experiment, Suicide By Citizenship, New York solo outfits WALKING BOMBS and GRIDFAILURE present a new video for the emotive eco-collapse movement, “Bare Shores Bleed.” The video makes is public debut through a premiere at New Noise Magazine as the … Continue reading

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ZVI: Deer Pink Full-Length Streaming At New Noise Magazine; Album Out Friday Via Nefarious Industries + West Coast Tour Continues – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Justina Villanueva] New Noise Magazine is now streaming Deer Pink, the new album by ZVI – the solo project of NYC-based multi-instrumentalist Ron Varod, known for his roles in Kayo Dot, Sabbath Assembly, Psalm Zero, So Is The Tongue, and more. … Continue reading

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WALKING BOMBS and GRIDFAILURE: No Echo Premieres “Bleeding Out” Featuring Mike Score From All Out War; Suicide By Citizenship Collaboration Nears Release Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

Hudson Valley, New York solo outfits WALKING BOMBS and GRIDFAILURE are preparing to release their fully collaborative musical experiment, Suicide By Citizenship, through Nefarious Industries later this month. No Echo is now streaming the album’s closing song, “Bleeding Out,” which features guest vocals from Mike … Continue reading

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Full Length Review: PAK Bestial (Nefarious Industries) by Dave Wolff – Autoeroticasphyxium Zine

“…jazz, progressive rock, ambient, avant garde metal, math metal, experimental and improvisational. Whatever you consider it, PAK’s new full length Bestial is undeniably new, uncommon, and unique. The creation of [Ron Anderson] and like-minded partners (Steve Blanco of Imperial Triumphant, Larry Kwartowitz of Cleric) who recognize no boundaries between genres worlds apart and seemingly impossible to liquesce and cement at the core. […] Its boundless unpredictability is what makes it accessible to anyone willing to travel the deepest unfathomed depths of songwriting. The transitions in mood from ethereal to hypnotic to somber to aggressive, in which it’s uncertain what comes next, may seem disjointed and harrowing to you during the first couple of tracks. By the time the epic track “Prophesies of the Sybil” is underway a method to the madness is revealed, you start to realize how carefully crafted the album is and you understand the reasoning behind the radical mood changes. You wouldn’t believe the album was recorded in just two days considering the extensive preparation that went into writing and arranging the songs.” – Dave Wolff / Autoeroticasphyxium Zine

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PAK: New York City Avant/Progressive Trio Releases Bestial CD Through Nefarious Industries This Week – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Edward Rollin] Nefarious Industries this week releases Bestial, the latest album from long-running New York City-based math/prog/experimental outfit PAK, its current lineup containing members of The Molecules, Cleric, Imperial Triumphant, and more. The diverse and damaging album is now available … Continue reading

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Experience the powerful visual of ZVI’s “Dear Pink” – CVLT Nation

“Ron Varod (Kayo Dot, Psalm Zero, Sabbath Assembly, etc) has created one of the most moving records of 2019, which is why we feel so honored to be sharing with you this amazing video… This record is sonic proof that music has the power to build and destroy. ZVI’s music is making me feel human again!” – CVLT Nation

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ZVI: Cvlt Nation Premieres “Dear Pink” Video As Tour Begins; Deer Pink Album By Kayo Dot, Sabbath Assembly, Psalm Zero Member Out Next Week Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Justina Villanueva] Deer Pink, the new album by ZVI – the solo project of NYC-based multi-instrumentalist Ron Varod, known for his roles in Kayo Dot, Sabbath Assembly, Psalm Zero, So Is The Tongue, and more – is set to be … Continue reading