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Last night, Covenant Festival’s third incarnation began its devilish workings upon the fair city of Vancouver – an event that we here at CVLT Nation have been anticipating since it closed the doors on 2016’s ritual. Since it’s inception in 2015, we’ve watched this beautifully curated and thoughtfully presented event

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Tales of faeries and devils are rife throughout human history, no matter the era or culture. These otherworldly tales form the inspiration for the surreal and strange photography of Karl Dmitri Bishop. I feel like these images were taken through a rip in time; peering through a gauzey veil into the next

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From the inception of CVLT Nation, one of our tenets has been to support and promote underground dark artists with both the webzine and the clothing brand. So it’s kismet that I stumbled across The Dark Art Tarot – a project aiming to assemble a stunning collection of nightmarish art

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New Orleans is the ideal place to see sludgy, suffocating metal; the thick, humid air and stifling heat are the perfect environment for music that creates the same feelings of breathlessness and claustrophobia. Earliest in the night, Lafayette, LA’s Forming The Void eased ears into the impending thunder with their

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I fucking love art, but I really fucking love fantasy art! Dorian Cleavenger creations are so sick that they can hold their ground against the greats. When I gaze at one of his pieces, I find myself losing my mind with the way he uses color. He has also drawn some of

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If the dwarves in the Mines of Moria listened to music, it was Conan. For the past ten years, the UK-based trio has made their own, unparalleled genre of sword-and-sorcery, fantasy-laden doom metal. As if trudging through a bog in the dead of a warm, damp night, their sound is

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