SHIT LUCK – Self-Inflictive. Self-Destructive. (2014) — REVIEW

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http://theplowbehindyou.com/2014/04/22/shit-luck-self-inflictive-self-destructive-2014-review/

"It was early 2013 when Floridian SHIT LUCK first impressed me with their demo SLOW DEATH. Ultimately their blackened crust was on point in most regards: a rusted maelstrom whose success when blending abused styles was engaging, memorable and quite loud.

It was like a decrepit engine roaring as it tears itself apart, unhinging from the struts and
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Men in Search of the Perfect Weapon – Men in Search of the Perfect Weapon (2005) — 12″ LP + CD REVIEW

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http://theplowbehindyou.com/2014/04/04/men-in-search-of-the-perfect-weapon-men-in-search-of-the-perfect-weapon-2005-12-lp-cd-review/

"The transient giant Men in Search of the Perfect Weapon was a group from Leipzig, Germany that in its short existence constructed a remarkable edifice, illustrating well how to accomplish colossal, raw, and exciting heavy sounds.

Their only permanent mark in the genre is a self-titled piece of atmospheric sludge metal. An album that struck me deeply. Its
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CVLT Nation Interviews: Dialogue with Dephosphorus

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http://www.cvltnation.com/interview-dialogue-dephosphorus/

"Not long ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Panos Agoros, the fierce voice of the stellar astro-grind entity Dephosphorus and curator of Blastbeat Mailmurder/Productions, as well as Thanos Mantas, who rends dimensions with his riffs passionately alongside Panos.

Because I’m a particularly big fan of their work, it was a genuinely good time getting to know more
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OBSERVE: Head Hits Concrete / Cetascean / Ahna / Cooked And Eaten / Soot

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http://theplowbehindyou.com/2014/03/31/observe-head-hits-concrete-cetascean-ahna-cooked-and-eaten-soot/

"This is the second post in the hopefully on-going series of live show write-ups. This time the focus is a gathering of Vancouver and Winnipeg bands on the mainland, getting my ass of the island for the first time in a few months.

After spending a little time at the New Amsterdam Cafe in the afternoon I walked
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TWITTER

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I've decided to finally step into Twitter after never considering it much in the past. Things change of course.

So I've set up two twitter accounts. The first one (@ivoates) is just me so don't expect much outside of politics, music, and personal stuff if you feel inclined to follow that one. I'm generally a pretty quiet person. The second (@theplwbhndyou
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Osk – We Will Never Change (2014) — 10″ EP REVIEW

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http://theplowbehindyou.com/2014/03/19/osk-we-will-never-change-2014-10-ep-review/

"So there’s a lot of good grindcore out already this year and much promised as well. I’ve already got some favorites, and I’m sure most people have already decided to check out of this specific arena for 2014 having begun digesting GridLink’s uncanny grind. I would implore you to hold on that impulse because
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Mother Brain – Rise And Grind (2014) — 7″ REVIEW

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http://theplowbehindyou.com/2014/03/12/mother-brain-rise-and-grind-2014-7-review/

"The New York two piece Mother Brain return with a macerating cut of mince as just one of Mannequin Rein Recordings’ latest set releases for this year. Despite some familiarity with the label I haven’t even been aware of these guys prior to being offered this hefty EP.

Well I’m aware of them now. Rise And
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Exclusive CVLT Nation Streaming: Pornography – Hex b/w Golden Sunshine 7″ + Review

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http://www.cvltnation.com/exclusive-pornography-hex-bw-golden-sunshine-stream-review/

https://soundcloud.com/cvltnation/sets/pornography-hex-b-w-golden

"Anderson Cook has been busy. Having been introduced to the various projects he’s involved in, I consistently find myself enjoying the fruit of all of it, no matter how bitter it may seem to others.

Last we heard from his outlet for antipathy Pornography was through an assembly of his efforts thus far
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CVLT NATION: YAUTJA - SONGS OF DESCENT REVIEW

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http://www.cvltnation.com/songs-descent-yautja-review/

"Damn! It will be tough to contain my enthusiasm when talking about this record. I hardly knew anything about Nashville’s Yautja prior to fall last year, but since then they’ve had my attention wholly.

Yautja’s debut LP Songs of Descent is remarkable. It is unexpected, indeed unforgettable and inventive. Even contending with the overpowering influence of Gaza
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