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The CVLT CAST is live again! For Episode two, we interviewed Okoi from Bölzer, and he selected ten tracks from his past and present. Subscribe via iTunes or stream and download below!   .   The official podcast of CVLTNation.com Hosted by Meghan MacRae and Sean Reveron Recorded March 2017 CVLT CAST

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Teddie Taylor interviews ASEETHE Aseethe bears a rare, serene form of doom. In the midst of never-ending, stomach churning riffs, there exists a calm, enchanting feeling that opposes the generic connotations of their metal categorization. Before any section of one of their monumental tracks can become too comfortable, slight shifts

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Downtown Vancouver, February 28th 2017. It’s been a rough little time since one of the arguably worst human beings to ever walk on the face of this Earth was sworn in as 45th President of the United States of America. Values that you’d think would be sacrosanct in the 21st century,

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Nino Pedone is an intriguing experimental electronic artist, terrorizing the scene under the Shapednoise moniker. Having recently released a devastating EP in Deafening Chaos Serenity, we discuss his new work, his history in the scene, having to move to Berlin to express oneself and get assistance and support from a wider community, the

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I first ran across Yves Tourigny’s work through Facebook, where I follow a lot of weird-lit/horror authors. I began to notice that a number of authors were posting illustrations or alternative covers (in a couple cases, even postcards inspired by their work) done by the same artist. The style was

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Teddie Taylor interviews Dead To A Dying World Dead To A Dying World is cinematic in scale and even mightier in the tales its many moving parts manage to weave. The seven-piece ensemble concocts a sonic experience that is equal parts sunlight as shadow; they intertwine the heartbreak of the viola

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