If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know we are crazed SIOUXSIE and THE BANSHEES fans. It has been said that their greatest period as a band was when they had John McGeoch on guitar, and I agree for the most part. Many people don’t know,
1985 to 1986 was a strange and cool time to be a part of the underground music scene in Los Angeles. I remember during this era you had punks getting into hip hop, country, deathrock, classic rock and industrial. Places like the Scream and the Fetish Club were the shit
Now let’s go to a sonic wonderland where the clouds are the band leaders and the thunder is the drums that we all nod to…check out this new visual from Architeuthis Rex for the previously unreleased track “Nineveh.” The video was directed by Francesca Marongiu and will have you transfixed.
Living in the Bay Area in the early 80’s you had many bands that were just straight up different! They were old punks who were not happy with being put into a box, so they started to mix up all sorts of influences and bands like Black Athletes and Faith
Just in case you weren’t sure why BAPTISTS are the best thing on the West Coast, check out this live session they recorded at Rain City Recorders last month! CVLT Nation is honored to premiere this sick fucking live session – the audio is on point and the footage is
A day in the life of an underground metal band, just trying to get some people out to your show…this is the setting for the new Buzzherd video for their song “The Maloik” of off their new album On Sinking Ships…Rats Drown out now on Dullest Records. Help a brother