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Photos and Interview by Teddie Taylor It was nearly three years ago that Baton Rouge sludge/drone/punk/doom metal band Thou released their brilliant, forward-thinking fourth LP, Heathen. In the seemingly long time since then, though, they’ve collaborated twice with fellow genre-evaders The Body, put out half-a-dozen various splits and EPs and

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Picture this: you’re in a dark, dingy room and a balding, middle-aged dad in a Cannibal Corpse shirt is crowdsurfing, beer cans and bodies are being thrown around the room in a beautifully disorganized chaos, and one of the most important Swedish old school death metal bands is up on

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This is the inaugural Lost Souls article for CVLT Nation, where I feature metal musicians around the world who inspire me to delve a little deeper into metal’s creative circle. Metal practitioners often start out soul-searching, looking for artistic expression to convey their deepest, darkest experiences and ideological idiosyncrasies in ways

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Light of the Morning Star are a black metal/goth rock hybrid with an occult theme from London. This is the work of a mysterious being known only as O-A. They first came on the scene with their 3-track EP from Iron Bonehead Productions known as Cemetery Glow (check out this

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Manchester-based black metal menace COLD FELL are getting ready to unleash their debut album via the always quality label Argento Records, and we are highly anticipating the March release of Irwell, a bleak and terrifying vision of the dark, hostile landscapes that make up the north of England – landscapes both

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Toronto-based death metal duo TOMB MOLD have crafted an album so grotesque and aggressive with their newest release, Primordial Malignity, that its short and sweet 32-minute running time feels like an eternity of the most brutal aural torment that your ears have yearned for. Today we’re stoked to bring you a

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