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The internet proclaimed 2010 the year of the “Witch House”. The genre has been around for the past two years, and is picking up more mainstream attention as emerging artists can get labeled as witch house acts.
 

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2012 saw the 20th anniversary for Inertia which was marked with a tour and also the release of their new album Universal Blood. Grave Concerns Ezine got chance to catch up with Reza from Inertia and here is how it went.

 

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Hailing from the USA Varicella are a band set to bring the heart back to the industrial scene. Laying down their roots to the likes of Ministry and Skinny Puppy they are about to set the world in flames when they release their new EP We Belong Dead through Bluntface Records this month. Grave Concerns Ezine got chance to catch up with Varicella and here is how it went.

 

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Happy New Year from Grave Concerns E-zine. Hoping 2013 is positive and filled with great new releases to enjoy. Now, let's reflect upon the great releases of 2012.

Grave Concerns E-Eine Staff Top Picks of 2012

We listened to many albums this year and we appreciate all your submissions. We have many more to review in 2013, so stay tuned. Thank goodness we have a whole year to do it all in. Here are some of our favorite releases this year.

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Legend is an Icelandic duo that experiments with electronic music. The band's frontman, Krummi Björgvinsson, is no stranger to the music world, having catapulted punk-rock act Minus to deals with Victory Records, Smekkleysa, and One Little Indian. Legend's debut album Fearless was self-released in Iceland to astonishing reviews, including  comparisons to what reads as a who's who of modern music. An essential record that will keep giving back.

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Neurobash is back with a brand new adventure. The new album consists of thirteen tracks, bringing the two paths of pop-speckled industrial electro music and highly emotional art music closer together than ever before. This is without doubt the most dynamic work of Neurobash up to date, showing surprising new sides and further depths to the soundscape of the swedish constellation.

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