The Coming Translation of “As Wolves Among Sheep”: A History of National Socialist Black Metal

The English translation of As Wolves Among Sheep provoked a few anxious emails from the editors

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Choosing Death: The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore Book Preview + Giveaway

Choosing Death: The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore has just gotten a face lift! Originally released

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The Barrier Kult Book Preview!
BA.KU.: Kult Skating/Dark Rituals

Loyalty and passion for an art form is something that I respect to the fullest. When

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The Realms of the Unreal: The Afterlife of America’s Strangest Artist

Every day for forty-three years, Henry Darger would leave his single room apartment at 851 W. Webster Avenue on Chicago’s North Side to attend mass, then head to work as a hospital custodian. He barely spoke to anyone – his only friend had left town years before, and the occasional letter was a poor substitute.

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Blood, Piss and Dirt…The 1%ers MC Cuts

UC Riverside put on a fascinating exhibition at their ARTSblock facilities last fall, a collection of

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The Raw and Controversial Story… SKINHEAD: An Archive

For better or for worse, the image of the skinhead defines a big part of what

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The Original First Edition of Grimm’s Fairy Tales is Fucking Gruesome!!

I had a copy of Grimm’s Fairy Tales as a child, probably a 7th edition or

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Neon Knights Book Release and Excerpt

Neon Knights is a fragmented cumming of age memoir and a guided tour of the heroes,

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CVLT Nation interviews: Ian Christe of Bazillion Points

Five years after releasing the great book of metal Sound of The Beast (2004), Ian Christe decided that

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Overflowing with Wonder and Terror…
Lovecraft Bar in NYC

Have you ever wanted to travel to a place that is “overflowing with wonder and terror”?

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“The Horrifying Puzzle” – Sven Lindqvist’s A History of Bombing

Sven Lindqvist’s 2000 A History of Bombing grapples with the great terror of the twentieth century,

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Satire in the Strange Realms of the Underground World

Ludvig Holberg’s 1741 Latin novel, The Journey of the Niels Klim to the World Underground presents

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