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Harvest Gulgaltha‘s slow and rotten blackened death-doom is both punk as fuck as majestic as hell, mesmerizing in its simplicity but at the same time towering in its commanding dominance and undisputed majesty. Ever since encountering their I demo back in 2012, I was blown away. I was fascinated by the band’s

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Austin space rock trio EVIL TRIPLET are counting down to the launch of their debut album Otherworld via Super Secret Records, set to blast off into the cosmos this Friday, Feb 10th. Make sure you haven’t (or have?) had too many bongrips before listening to this record, because Evil Triplet have

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Beware – you simply won’t believe your fucking ears when this monster is unleashed. Sentient Ruin has teamed up with mysterious and elusive Japanese powerviolence/sludge/noisegrind aberration Friendship (aka The Friendship Collective) to release their insane debut album – the monstrously crushing I&II. CVLT Nation today is proud to bring you a small glimpse into the absolute

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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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