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Sacred Monster "Worship The Weird"

Sacred Monster is preparing to release their latest album, and first since 2015, Worship the Weird, this Friday, March 1st. This doom metal group is fueled by the unique screams of lead singer Adam Szczygieł. He is accompanied by Robert Nubel (guitar), Guillermo Moreno (bass), and Ted Nubel (drums). Listening through the album’s first two singles may make you thrash around your office and possibly make your throat sore, but in the best way possible.

You can catch Sacred Monster at Live Wire Lounge on March 1st and at Downstairs (SubT) on March 29th.



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Mindloss released their debut EP, Virulent Hymns, last week. This is heavy death metal of Stephen Szczasny (Drums, Vocals), Anthony Crisanti (Vocals), Felix Peralta-Muñoz (Bass), and Christian Guajardo (Guitars, Vocals).

This is guttural, aggressive, but oddly melodic, and a great first offering from this newly formed group.


Oozing Wound

Oozing Wound has released the first single, “Tween Shitbag”, from their forthcoming album, High Anxiety, which is due out on March 15th via Thrill Jockey. This is the Thrash Metal trio’s follow-up to their 2016 album, Whatever Forever.

You can help Oozing Wound celebrate the release of the new album on March 16th at Empty Bottle with DIM, Platinum Boys, and Hitter.

Photo by Evan Jenkins


Ticket Giveaway: Ecstatic Vision, Kensington Clearwater Revival & Grimace Federation at Johnny Brenda's This Valentine's Day

Philly heavy-psych rockers Ecstatic Vision are taking a break from the recording studio, and are ready to shred some hearts this Valentine's Day at Johnny Brenda's. They'll be testing the limits of sound with local neighborhood pals Kensington Clearwater Revival and Grimace Federation. To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "No Love for the Wicked". Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck!


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