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Black Metal Sludge Grindcore

I'm posting for the first time in years to self-promote my band Malevich's record. List is influences.
1Malevich
Our Hollow


We dropped this record in October with the help of some labels (Sludgelord, Middle Man, ZBR). We've toured all over the US and Canada now, hoping to get to Europe next year. It was recorded with Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Integrity, Outer Heaven) and we're dang proud of it.

https://malevichatlanta.bandcamp.com/album/our-hollow
2Plebeian Grandstand
False Highs, True Lows


French black metal is a huge influence and PG make some of the most suffocating music while keeping vague ties to their earlier punk sounds.
3Rorcal
Muladona


Dense and furious.
4The Body and Full Of Hell
One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache


Both bands are huge inspirations and their experimental collabs show how dynamic grind can be (especially before FOH became more of death metal).
5Amenra
Mass VI


Sludgy, emotional, and beautiful.
6Celeste
Misanthrope(s)


Former screamo band breaks up and then they decide to make this brilliant combo of post-hardcore, sludge, and black metal.
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