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Butt Creature by juicygranpa

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Cartoon-Eating Machine smashed to death by huge piece of metal. by Domen Herič

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Barry O'Connor by StevoxKerr

For the first episode of the “Young Dagger Podcast” we met with London based vocalist Barry. Barry is the frontman for the metalcore quintet Death Remains, as well as the founder of the management, promotions and booking company Plague Management. In this podcast we discuss the unique insights Barry has within the UK metal scene, His past and present motivations and influences and finally the release of Death Remains second studio album “Destroy/Rebuild” via Transcend Music (store). You can connect with Barry on: Twitter: @Barryremains Instagram: @Barryremains Facebook: http://ift.tt/2pfzgQ4 Check out the latest release from Death Remains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7tyubWFPXg This week's sponsors: Spineless apparel http://ift.tt/2oSllMp Enter code “youngdagger” at the checkout to receive 10% discount. Spinx Vapour http://spinxvapour.com/ Enter code “DAGGER20” at the checkout to receive 20% discount. If you wish to sponsor the podcast email info@youngdagger.com
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Bizzare View - Sympho Death Metal INSTRUMENTAL by Antalas Nobires(OP)

Another track from Bizzare View production. MADE IN FL STUDIO 9 Thanks for listen!
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Mistcaller by Trimmen

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01 Awakening - Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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02 Debauchery Unleashed - Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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03 The New Age - Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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04 Lifeless Walkers - Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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05 Veil Of Oblivion - Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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06 Fleshcrawl- Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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07 Damnation - Apallic Decay by Apallic Decay

The home-recorded Debut EP of Apallic Decay. Support us on: http://ift.tt/2pgaUWk and http://ift.tt/2qi9nNT
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With Pest It Wasn't Solved by Despising Age

Second track from the 2017 Ep "Path Into Insanity" by helvetic Death Metal band Despising Age. Order it: despising.age@gmail.com Check also: http://ift.tt/2oIB9G1
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Painful Obliteration by Despising Age

Third track of the 2017 Ep "Path Into Insanity"
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Iter Autem Cruor by Forrest Hooker

This is about as much as I'm going to touch this song until I decide to retrack everything through the new pickups, so, consider this my first final mixed song! There's still a lot I need to learn, but overall I'm pretty happy with how this sounds :)Should this ever go on a full length thing, it'll probably end up with some orchestration. Plugins: ReaEQ - Cockos ReaXComp - Cockos ReaComp - Cockos epicVerb - Variety of Sound Density Mk. III - Variety of Sound ModernCompressor - Antress Superior Drummer 2.0 - Toontrack Rig: Ibanez RG6003FM -> Fractal Audio Axe-FX II XL -> Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 -> i7 Machine -> Cockos Reaper
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Counterphobic State Advanced by Despising Age

Fifth track of the 2017 Ep "Path Into insanity"
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SCARVENGER - Post apocalyptic world - ( earthquake ravager Ep 2015 ) by SCARVENGER

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Barry O'Connor by StevoxKerr

For the first episode of the “Young Dagger Podcast” we met with London based vocalist Barry. Barry is the frontman for the metalcore quintet Death Remains, as well as the founder of the management, promotions and booking company Plague Management. In this podcast we discuss the unique insights Barry has within the UK metal scene, His past and present motivations and influences and finally the release of Death Remains second studio album “Destroy/Rebuild” via Transcend Music (store). You can connect with Barry on: Twitter: @Barryremains Instagram: @Barryremains Facebook: http://ift.tt/2pfzgQ4 Check out the latest release from Death Remains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7tyubWFPXg This week's sponsors: Spineless apparel http://ift.tt/2oSllMp Enter code “youngdagger” at the checkout to receive 10% discount. Spinx Vapour http://spinxvapour.com/ Enter code “DAGGER20” at the checkout to receive 20% discount. If you wish to sponsor the podcast email info@youngdagger.com
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Therapy Session Vol. 1. Mixed by Technical Itch by ManikPanik69

TRACKLIST! 1 –Limewax Bomb 3:12 2 –Technical Itch Raised By Evil 2:29 3 –EBK vs. Danny Holdtight Motel 3:12 4 –Audio Warehouse 1:47 5 –Gein Simon 2:08 6 –Technical Itch Heavy Metal (Bkey Rmx) Remix – Bkey* 1:49 7 –Technical Itch Demon 2:12 8 –Limewax Revolution 2:30 9 –Gein The Sermon (Early Mix) 3:57 10 –EBK vs. Danny Holdtight Meltdown 0:40 11 –Technical Itch Critical Switch (Hochi & Infiltrata Rmx) Featuring – MC Jakes* Remix – Hochi & Infiltrata* 2:56 12 –Spl Death 2:08 13 –Technical Itch feat. Jakes MC* Retribution Featuring – Jakes MC* 3:23 14 –Spl & Limewax Origin 4:09 15 –Audio Badseed 1:47 16 –Limewax Dirty Human 1:02 17 –Technical Itch Haunted 4:22 18 –Limewax Untitled 666 1:04 19 –Technical Itch The Ancients 3:12 20 –Spl Deus Ex Machina 1:26 21 –Limewax Everything 2:53 22 –Technical Itch Death Jazz 1:07 23 –Technical Itch Hunter Seeker 2:16 24 –Technical Itch Wraith 2:19 25 –B Key Envious Eyes 4:4
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A Place To Call Home by Where Machines Die

This video is about growing up in a Post-Industrial City that still bears the scars of Kodak, the 20h century super company and the filth it poured on us.... Yet I still gaze at the stacks and hang around the wasteland that surrounds the complex, a strange irony, but as a photo teacher maybe it's not so strange, being steeped in nostalgia, it must be ingrained....
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