Power violence is a genre that just doesn’t get enough credit. To the uncultured and tasteless ears, it is simply “noise” played by people who “can’t play real music like the Grateful Dead can, man.” However, to those of us who’d rather not listen to a bunch of overindulgent acid
Is anyone else sick of glass-half-full people who insist on shoving the “it could be worse” logic down your throat every time you decide verbally state your displeasure? If you’re not, you fucking should be – people who think like that are the reason why we’re all paid peanuts at
For those that give sacrament to CVLT NATION on a regular basis, you’ve probably already seen our stream of Pig’s Blood’s new S/T. For those who haven’t, get the fuck off whatever trendy music site you’re currently following and devote your eyes, ears, and all other mortal tendencies to us!
Last year CVLT Nation had the pleasure of attending Sound and Fury’s return to LA, and boy, was it one hell of a good time. For those that don’t know, Sound and Fury 2017 is rapidly approaching and well, we just wouldn’t be doing our jobs if we didn’t offer you
Sometimes after just getting fired from your job as a fourth grade teacher, you have to sit back, relax, and seek out the nastiest motherfucking death metal/power violence/grind band you can find while you plan your revenge. Maybe that was too personal; whatever, deal with it. Also, in case anyone
Oftentimes it seems as though punk, hardcore, metal, grind, and all the sub-genres affiliated with them get written off as being music for people who suck at their instruments. Obviously, this is not the case (just listen to literally any Converge record), and anyone who actually thinks that way has