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Abysmalist, Gozu, Sellsword, Freedom of Fear, Devour the Fetus, Scab, Thronetorcher, and more featured on this weeks episode!

From the Pit is a weekly podcast devoted to all things extreme music – whether it’s up-and-coming bands, killer new releases, future shows and festivals, or musings on the scene itself, hosts Phil, Mike, Sam and Frank will make sure that you hear about them. Also, we talk about beer, which is really the most important thing.

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YOU DON’T NEED TO READ THIS. This is for us to hack SEO. We cover everything in metal music and hardcore music while talking about all the new metal bands and new hardcore bands. Sam, Mike, Phil, and Frank discuss all the different sub-genres you can find in metal bands and hardcore bands and all the combinations in-between. This show features clips of some of the gnarliest songs not on your radar and gives funny banter while discussing our thoughts on all this great new music.

From the Pit is the ultimate stop to constantly find new attractions across all genres of extreme music. New sound clips are played each week for each of the new acts brought in. Then comes our beer love with Brutal Brews. This is when we combine classic albums with great beer. In addition, we also highlight new singles released by more popular acts and discuss our thoughts after Brutal Brews. In conclusion, giving love and respect to what brought us all here in the first place.

There is 1 comment so far

  • Fred Avila
    4 months ago · Reply

    Hi there. This is Fred from Abysmalist. Thanks so much for playing our music on your blog! I just wanted to clarify a couple things. The reason there is no digital download for Reflections Of Horror is because it hasn’t been released yet. Sales on the Caligari bandcamp are simply a preorder for a cassette tape and Black Lacquer is currently streaming as an advance single. Our agreement (and I’m sure most band’s agreements ) with Caligari is only for the cassette version of the demo, not for digital/vinyl/CD or any other versions that may come in the future. Trust me, there’s no gatekeeping here. You definitely will not need to buy a cassette to get the music once it’s released. Rest assured that when the demo actually come out it will be available as a “name your price” download on our own personal bandcamp. It will also be available on all major streaming services. Also, to speak about your statement of “this is how you get your shit pirated”, Caligari is only making 150 copies of this tape. I’m actually DEPENDING on people to pirate this shit for more people to hear about it. Anyway, I hope that clears some things up and sorry for all the confusion. Thanks.

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