1. thejoyofviolentmovement:

    Originally part of the Tampa, FL music scene, the members of The Ukiah Drag, ZZ Ramirez, Thomas Conte, Brian “The Sultan” Hennessey and Andrew Eaton have played in bands alongside the members of Merchandise and Cult Ritual. And now that they’re currently located in New England, they live in a sort of exile. 

    Wharf Cat Records will be releasing the quartet’s anticipated debut effort, In The Reaper’s Quarters on September 9. And the album’s latest single “Final Prayer” manages to bear a resemblance to the likes of Black Sabbath and The Black Angels — this blistering and ferocious tune with psychedelic elements sounds as though it could have been part of a Satanic ritual gone terribly wrong. The gates of hell have been opened and unimaginable demons have slinked out with the intention of destroying your soul …

    Play this one loud, headbang and then repeat. 

    i’m personally looking forward to their upcoming NYC area set at Greenpoint’s St. Vitus on September 11, as the show will also be their album release show. 

    Streaming on Pitchfork Advance today. Real good.

     

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  3. thefader:

    BROWSE PHOTOS FROM HOT 97’S STEAMY PON DA REGGAE TIP CONCERT

     


  4. Most of this week has been weird and unchill.

     

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  7. failingfast:

    Number of victims: 2

    Date of murders: December 14, 1992

    Location: Great Barrington, Massachusetts, USA

    Several students agreed that his music, and the friends who went with it, offered the greatest insight into Wayne Lo. His new circle of friends, the ones he increasingly spent time with over the past year, were known as the “hardcore group” because they listened to that type of music, a blend of heavy metal and punk rock.

    (via Questions Outweigh Answers In Shooting Spree at College - New York Times)

    SOIAs letter to NY Times about Wayne Lo in 1993

    (via you-should-all-be-murdered)

     


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  10. toobrighttobetrue:

    Go ahead… make a call , at Brooklyn, NY

    (via tailblockslides)

     

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  15. dylanhoek:

    "Tony (color)" from Zack Balber’s Tamim Series

    Saw this full-sized, hanging at the Nerman Museum in Overland Park today. Great series of portraits of Jews living alternative lifestyles.