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11.29.21 park triggers you10.11.21 gas the straights
10.06.21 park triggers maiden fans09.22.21 a few trance choons
08.31.21 worst list ever 08.08.21 obscure metalz
07.04.21 beyond thrash, beyond god 07.03.21 prelude
05.20.21 R.I.P. Miura Kentarou04.21.21 dont care
03.02.21 CONGRATULATIONS 09.22.20 clickbait title
03.10.20 The leftovers were playing... 02.22.20 You Can (Not) Read This All
09.15.16 check these out if u havent

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seriously this music is pretty cool
1Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro
Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro

2008 funk band from japan
2Artemis (UK)
Elysian Fields / Desideradi

classic 90s dnb off good looking records.
Twoje Cialo - Twoj Wybor

gay 80s punk from poland. dunno if we have any polish users but let me tell you these guys probably didnt have an easy time man
4Post Regiment
Post Regiment

not gay but still 80s punk from poland
5Polluted Inheritance

portuguese osdm that rips
6Various Artists (Metal)
Warfare Noise

dumb cover aside this is a really cool comp of 1986 brazilian thrash, extreme as its known for
7Regurgitation (USA-NJ)
Complete Recordings 1986/1987

mid 80s filthy grind featuring james plotkin (OLD, atomsmasher/phantomsmasher, khanate) and mitch harris (napalm death, righteous pigs, defecation)
8Necrosis (CAN)
Realms of Pathogenia

cryptopsy before they changed their name. not joking. weird no one added this before
9Necrosis (USA-NY)
Eternally Hanging Dead

however i will say... this is probably superior. shame these guys only ever put out one demo
Don't Be Swindle

unrelated to stormtroopers of death, what we have here is some nasty 80s shit from japan. let the debate heat up whether its thrashcore or grindcore, idc

early funeral doom from switzerland, shits kvlt as fvck
12Sign Of Evil
Psychodelic Horror

between punk and black metal... rumbling bass, synth interludes, curious modulated guitars. brevity may be good or bad depending on taste/mood

early trance from croatian producer peter dundov
II - Nychavgé

recent greek black metal
Satan's Rock 'N' Roll

venom worship in the vein of midnight etc

obscure trip-hop from denmark
17Free Nelson Mandoomjazz
Awakening of a Capital

black sabbath meets bohren und der club of gore... no vocals, no guitars, no problem!
18Swami Lateplate
Doom Jazz

in a similar vein (if you couldnt tell from the album title)... wait! what's this? DRUM DRIVEN dark jazz?! it's more likely than you think!
19Angel'in Heavy Syrup

delicious 90s psych rock by this all female japanese band
20Transient Stellar

one of many scott cortez projects (loveliescrushing / astrobrite / polykroma), and once again one that somehow blends drum and bass, electronic ambient and shoegaze

obscure finnish crossover thrash from the 80s
22Wind of Pain
Mutilate Mankind 1995-1997

this is more or less the same band as the above, except they play crust punk here
Kai pilnaties akis uzmerks Mirtis

people tag this black metal but honestly its more some kind of weirdo 90s prog with folk influences than anything... lithuanian whatever the fuck this is

70s funk/fusion... glad more people are checking this out, yeah youtube algorithm be hittin this year
25Vagtazo Halottkemek
A semmi kapuin dorombolve

a many storied band also known as VHK and sometimes translated as galloping coroners. in short, they formed in the 70s under the hungarian communist regime, but were suppressed and couldnt release a proper album until 1988. despite this, they managed to play live shows and makes some waves in the west. look im not wikipedia, nor a history professor, nor your sodding mum, go read at your own pace. but while you do, make sure to give this a listen. dubbed "shaman punk", its psychedelic, its folky, its noisy, its krautrock-influenced, its punk. check it
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