Post Archive

July 2012

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GrindcoreMusicReviews

This my friends is the final record from the Insect Warfare-influenced, vicious Florida grindcore outfit Cellgraft. After their final show on September 1st at the Brass Mug in Tampa, Florida they’re calling it quits. They’ve generously left this unrelenting, jagged shard of grindcore as their final word, and they’ve done

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Skateboarding

Spanish Skater Kilian Martin has just taken part in a skate video directed by Brett Novak that will blow your mind. This dude does shit with a skate that seems impossible, plus he combines both freestyle and street. Fuck all of the talking, check out this insane video after the

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Death RockFilmMusic Videos

Alaric have just released their new video for their song “Weep,” which was directed and edited by Sarah R. Brady. This visual is pure majestic, raw and uncut black magic – the director gave this already stellar musical composition the perfect cinematic treatment. I know after you play the “Weep”

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FeaturesHardcoreMusicTour Dates

To celebrate their appearance at the 2012 This is Hardcore festival in Philly, Belgium’s Oathbreaker has just confirmed a 10-day tour of the Northeast states from August 5th, 2012 to August 15th, 2012. They’ll be playing shows from Brooklyn to Baltimore alongside American contemporaries like Gehenna, Old Wounds and more,

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FeaturesMixtapesMusic

CVLT Nation is stoked that Sonic Cathedrals Vol. LXXI Curated by EIBON goes live today! These French doom/sludge killers take you on a surreal trip with this epic mixtape! Let the music do the talking, everything you need is below… Stream Sonic Cathedrals Vol. LXXI Curated by Eibon [audio:http://www.cvltnation.com/wp-content/audio/01 Alone

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FeaturesMusicStreamingThrash

The lords of Satanic Speed Metal, CHAPEL, have just released their kick-ass album Satan’s Rock & Roll via Invictus Productions, on sale HERE. Every song on this 10-song monster kicks the fucking teeth of authority in! From the first song “Rock N Roll From Hell” till the last tune “Hellrazors,”

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GrindcoreMusicPower Violence

7 Degrees Records has just announced the pre-order for Dephosphorus‘ upcoming full-length, Night Sky Transform, which will hit shelves on August 20th, 2012. Axiom was CVLT Nation’s top choice for Best Grindcore/Powerviolence Albums of 2011, so needless to say we are stoked to hear Dephosphorus’ next offering! Night Sky Transform

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DocumentariesFilmNeo Folk

CAT POWER Speaking For Trees: A Film by Mark Borthwick is a powerful and beautiful performance piece featuring Chan Marshall doing her thing solo in the woods. I have seen CAT POWER perform many times, and I must say this is one of my favorite of all because she seems

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MusicReviews

Scott Kelly’s solo material has always resonated with a soul crushing barrenness in its delivery, such is the result of one man tortured and hardened by personal and musical tragedies and when left alone and equipped only with his acoustic guitar. The Neurosis man has always been the inimitable craftsmen

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HardcoreMusicReviewsSludge

Originally published at Equivoke. And here it is! The first full length from Canadian sludge act Titan. I was given the pleasure of reviewing this a little early. It’s been in the works a while and from the live version of some of the songs I’ve heard (“The Fire Sculptures“,

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Black MetalMusic

Contrary to the rumor mill that is the Internet, Wolves in the Throne Room are not breaking up – in fact, they just announced a vinyl re-press of their 2008 full-length, Two Hunters, an album that not only impacted USBM, but propelled WITTR into a highly successful and yet perpetually

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Music

J. Bennett of Decibel interviews Cultus Sabbati At first blush, it just might seem like you’ve been on this ride before: Men in hooded robes unfurling creepy noise/drone workouts riddled with samples; song/album titles steeped in occult references; plenty of lofty talk about “rituals” and the like. Such are the

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