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Roy Christopher

Chicago, Illinois
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  1. Myrkur
    by Myrkur
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    Frosne Vind Frosne Vind
    Myrkur’s self-titled debut EP (Relapse, 2014) alloys black metal’s core aesthetic (e.g., frenetic, tremelo strumming, blast beats, screaming vocals) with haunting female choral arrangements. Before becoming a model and a musician in other genres, Amalie Bruun grew up with this music...
  2. Violent Hunger
    by Low Places
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    Sleeping In Sleeping In
  3. S/T
    by Low Places
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    The Storm The Storm
  4. The Sun Gives Way To False Truths
    by Children Of God
    The Sun Gives Way To False Truth The Sun Gives Way To False Truth
  5. s/t ep
    by heiress
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    Kodiak Kodiak
  6. Thirtyfive Thoughts to Nineteen Elements
    by wheels within wheels
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    Through the Eyes of God from the Waste on the Ground Through the Eyes of God from the Waste on the Ground
  7. Great Bringer of Night
    by Coffinworm
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    High On The Reek of Your Burning Remains High On The Reek of Your Burning Remains
  8. Guilty of Everything
    by Nothing
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    Guilty Of Everything Guilty Of Everything
    Nothing came out of nowhere last year promising to updated a sound that was all but lost to the past. On their debut full-length, Guilty of Everything, you can hear the presence of various bands from the 1990s: The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, Sebadoh, Eric’s Trip, Teenage Fanclub, The Boo Radleys, etc. But Nothing manages to take those sounds and do something all their own with them. For every influence you might trainspot...
  9. Plague Widow "This Black Earth"
    by Plague Widow
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    Malignant Malignant
  10. Marriage of Metals (Part Three-Bonus Track))
    by Daniel Menche
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    Portland, Oregon’s own Daniel Menche is an undisputed master of noise. His majestic sculptures are sometimes soothing, sometimes infinitely grating, and always intriguing. He elicits a sense of control unparalleled in this oft out-of-control genre...