Amebix
Amebix were an crust punk band from England. Formed as "The Band with No Name", Amebix's original run was from 1978 to 1987, during which time they released three EPs and two full-length LPs, before reuniting in 2008 and disbanded again in 2012. By being one of the first bands to blend anarcho-punk and heavy metal music, Amebix are often cited as one of the key bands that helped to create the crust punk style, and are considered as a proto-thrash metal band. Such notable bands as Sepultura, Neurosis, and Deviated Instinct have paid homage.
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Amebix
Amebix were an crust punk band from England. Formed as "The Band with No Name", Amebix's original run was from 1978 to 1987, during which time they released three EPs and two full-length LPs, before reuniting in 2008 and disbanded again in 2012. By being one of the first bands to blend anarcho-punk and heavy metal music, Amebix are often cited as one of the key bands that helped to create the crust punk style, and are considered as a proto-thrash metal band. Such notable bands as Sepultura, Neurosis, and Deviated Instinct have paid homage.
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Destitute
As we continue to rape the Earth, where will humans go when the planet becomes uninhabitable? Atmospheric Black Metalmore
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Guillotine Dream
Track from the Tumultuous Ruin demo. Black metal/crust/death. Antifascist.more
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Deuce Of Hearts
Released today ! I've always loved classic surf rock, the sound, speed, insane guitars, aesthetic... So I finally caved in and made an entire album worth of it. Instrumental 60's style surf rock with punk sloppiness and a raw sound, no more than one take per instrument to keep it spontaneous. more
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