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Viking's Choice: Cosmic Death Metal, Blackened String Music, Russian Straight-Edge

New music from Blood Incantation, Maria W Horn, Vital Force, Forest of Tygers and Envy highlight a playlist of heavy, heady music.
Blood Incantation's Hidden History of the Human Race features artwork by science fiction and fantasy painter Bruce Pennington. Source: Courtesy of the artist

We are made of star-stuff. Carl Sagan was a poetic-ass dude, and, by many accounts, he was right. When a star dies, off shakes gas and dust like cosmic dandruff, sometimes creating new stars and planets. Some of that space dust becomes part of living organisms, like us.

But what if humanity had a helping hand... from aliens? At least, that's the theory of Blood Incantation. (Hey, no one really gets mad at Amon

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