Meghan
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Meghan

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing.

BizarreCvltureDIYHistory

There’s no doubt that we live in troubled times. For centuries, most of my ancestors have put their faith into organized religion, hoping that the clear path laid out for them would spare them the hardships of life, or at least promise them a better afterlife. Lucky for me, my

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Black MetalFeaturesMusicSludgeStreaming

The past couple of weeks has not had me feeling cheery. I feel like we’re getting closer and closer to some sort of epic Nazi-punching battle. If that’s the case, then I’m going to have to prepare myself to crush skulls, and as soon as I heard the new release

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ArtGraphic DesignMixed Media

I love fantasy art. I’ve covered so many fantasy and sci-fi artists in the pages of CVLT Nation, and it’s gotten to a point where I’m just not as inspired by the bodacious blondes and redheads, no matter how many weapons they’re wielding or how skimpy their ragged loincloths. But

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DoomFeaturesFilmMusicMusic VideosPsychStreaming

Last Friday, the merchants of heavy HORSEBURNER released their epic stoner rock opus The Thief on Ripple Music, and today we’re really excited to premiere the video for the track “The Fisherman’s Vow”! They strike the perfect balance between a melancholy discontent and unrepentant aggression with this track, and it

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We’re really excited to re-introduce the CVLT CAST – we took a break from producing our podcast, but we’re back with a series of sick interviews that you need to hear! Our latest episode features an fascinating interview with Samhain’s LONDON MAY, where he talks about his new short film

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CvltureDocumentariesFilmSocial Justice

I’ve managed to get to a few places on the planet, and my least favorite, BY FAR, is the Las Vegas Strip. It felt like a celebration of everything I despise about humanity – excess, unregulated capitalism, exploitation, classism, racism, ignorance and pollution. I wondered about the people who could

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