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I’ve spent a week listening and subsequently wrestling with superlatives worthy of Secret Cutter‘s new and long-awaited LP Quantum Eraser. Four years in the making, you can feel every minute of hard fought chaos and perfection. Having been early adopters of the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania sludge grinders, Holy Roar Records continues

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles So, remember how I was going to take a break from heavy after Texas? You know, kick the doom-wah-diddy for a minute and let my mind go soft and breezy with major chords and clean singing because three days of terror is too much for

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VOID Bordeaux has seen a lot of amazing bands come through so far this month, including the RED DEATH and FORESEEN show that happened on July 6th. Both of these bands kill – on a personal note, Red Death was one of our favorite bands to witness so far this

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Death MetalFeaturesLive RitualsMusic

On a warm and sunny Monday evening in Amsterdam, Scandanavian death metal torchbearers Corpsessed and Undergang’s filth ceremonies echoed from OCCII’s weirdo vault. Since its foundation in 1991, OCCII (Onafhankelijk Cultureel Centrum In It) has become hub for attracting a wide variety of underground music, but what makes it just

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Interview by Jesse Feinman Choir Boy (Dais Records) is a synth-pop band that currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. They play a somber, introspective style of music not so far from the likes of New Order, The Wake, or even Bryan Ferry’s solo work. Their singer, Adam Klopp, is

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ArtDoomFeaturedFeaturesHardcoreLive RitualsMusicPhotographyPost Rock

A couple of weeks ago, Sean and I attained one of our personal goals. Since the our first year of operations as CVLT Nation, we have been covering the almighty AMENRA – but in all the seven years since, we hadn’t had the opportunity to see them perform live. So

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