I think I say this every year, but it really can’t be overstated: Southern Lord’s The Power of the Riff was one of the main catalysts for us when it came to starting CVLT Nation. The rad fucking lineup and the community feel inspired us to start this blog to cover
Portland is home to several different postpunk/darkwave bands of varying styles, many of which end up getting overshadowed by one another. Murderbait is an underrated yet highly established and deliciously dark outfit featuring Casey and Jason of Shadowlands (who you may remember from this year’s Out From The Shadows II). Their
If you’ve seen King Dude perform his haunting Luciferian ballads live, you know that his audiences are always in for a treat. Having been present at his most recent show in Vancouver, I can attest to this fact. So listen up Chicago, we’ve got a pair of tickets to his Dec.
In a way, it’s the end of an era. Burgerfest has been a fixture of the Vancouver aggressive music scene since its inception 6 years ago. The event having grown almost exponentially with each successive instalment, it was fitting to see a return to the previous year’s venue – The Waldorf –
The Black Mass is one of the greatest expressions of dark art known to man. It is theater on a grand scale in which the participants outwardly reject societal and religious norms in favor of rebellion, independence and blasphemy. Each participant, at some level, has had to mentally and psychically unshackle
Hey Vancouver – KING DUDE is almost here to bring his Luciferian light to our gloomy city. On October 30th, he’ll be playing the Astoria for his “The Devil is Alive in North America” tour alongside Foie Gras and Crooked Mouth, and we have a pair of tickets to give away for