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BANGLADEAFY: No Clean Singing Premieres Title Track From Ribboncutter LP By NYC Tech Metal Duo; Album Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] No Clean Singing is now streaming “Ribboncutter,” the lead single and the title track to the proper debut LP by NYC synth-drenched tech metal duo BANGLADEAFY. The album is set for September release through Nefarious Industries, who … Continue reading

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AN NCS PREMIERE: BANGLADEAFY — “RIBBONCUTTER”

“Yes indeed, it’s heavy as fuck, and sufficiently berserk to make your brain rattle like a marble in a can affixed to one of those pneumatic paint shakers. The music’s combination of intricate, hard-pulsing, head-battering rhythms is nerve-exploding, and the … Continue reading

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BLIGHT HOUSE: No Clean Singing Debuts “Immaculate Rejection” By Rhode Island Death/Gore Duo; Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre Nears Release Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

“Immaculate Rejection” is the bludgeoning new track from bizarre death/gore metal duo BLIGHT HOUSE and their impending second album, Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre, due in early August via Nefarious Industries. Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre was recorded and mixed by F.O. Gorey at … Continue reading

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BLIGHT HOUSE: “Immaculate Rejection” Premiere – No Clean Singing

““Immaculate Rejection” kicks like a mule, with big bounding and skull-whomping grooves guaranteed to bob your head like a piston, and bursts of viciously swarming riffage tailor-made for windmilling heads. All that is addictive enough, but the weirdly warbling lead … Continue reading

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Seen and Heard: No Clean Singing on Bangladeafy’s “Narcopaloma”

“The first advance track, “Termites”, is an amazing song — brain-twisting but melodic, instrumentally jaw-dropping but spell-binding. Riding the compelling drum and bass rhythms is like flying through a roller-coaster ride with your arms in the air, and the words … Continue reading

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No Clean Singing reviews “Plague Ship”

“EL DRUGSTORE often reminds me of the mind-numbing dexterity and style of fellow instrumental metallers Electro Quarterstaff, both structurally and riff/drum-wise, especially during “Wheel Of Sadness” and “The Natives Are Getting Useless”, and at certain parts of other songs. The … Continue reading

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