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Viking's Choice: Appalachian Juggalo Blues, Psychedelic Black Metal, More

Frank Hurricane pens an ode to lonely juggalos everywhere, Skáphe + Wormlust collapses a black hole with black metal and Lea Bertucci takes her sax to a grain elevator.
Frank Hurricane sings the "full spectrum of juggalo" on the extremely charming "Susquehanna River Blues." Source: Courtesy of the artist

Nothing is permanent — these meat sacks we call bodies, the available on and . Seriously, if you'd been sitting on last week's mix of metal, punk, drone and other misfit music for a late-night sesh, it's gone — like dust in the wind, dude.

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