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- The New Christs – Incantations (Impedance, 2014) & Hits – Hikikomori (Conquest Of Noise, 2014)
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- Blues Pills – Blues Pills (Nuclear Blast, 2014)
- Psychedelic Psummer Rundown + Extra Blues, Prog & Metal
- Doom Goes Boom in June
- Days of the Doomed Fest IV
- Wo Fat – The Conjuring (Small Stone, 2014)
- 1988 – Buyer’s & Seller’s Remorse
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Category Archives: News
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