RABBITS don’t try to be different, it just comes naturally to them, and that’s what makes them so rad! Late last year they released a gnarly album entitled Bites Rites via Good to Die Records. Today, we want to share with you the video for “Fight Right” that was created by Wes Johnson and shows just how unhinged this band is…Also below check out their covers of Minor Threat’s “Straight Edge” and Black Flag’s “Wasted.” Now to the main attraction – peep the “Fight Right” visual after the jump!
1989 was the year that Santa Cruz Skateboards set the Streets on Fire with their game-changing video of the same name! This video features mind-numbing footage of legends like Natas Kaupas, Jason Jessee and Corey O’Brien. What makes Streets on Fire even more special is that it was made during a time when skating was in a downturn, so this film has an intangible layer of integrity that many modern skate videos lack. Then there is is the soundtrack, which is totally insane with its off-kilter song selection! All hail Santa Cruz skateboards for this one – peep ripping history after the jump!
My lungs are filled with the doom I just inhaled. When I exhale, I have visions of the almighty COUGH playing before me. I can’t feel my face, but I can feel my dreams riding the riffs of these doom wizards to another plane of reality! South Florida Hardcore captured their most recent live ritual at Churchills and it’s fucking crushing. So after the jump, watch COUGH whip up some unreal clouds of THC for your mind to float away on…
Circle Takes the Square is a band that is really in tune with their creative spirit! Circle Takes the Square take and avant garde approach to hardcore and the results are awesome! Their boundless imagination is evident on their soon to be released album Decompositions: Volume Number One. The pre-orders start this month, but you can download it here for name your own price. Right now, check out a full set of Circle Takes the Square performing in Florida filmed by South Florida Hardcore. Peep this intense band do what they do after the jump!
CVLT Nation Television presents the premiere episode of our Artist to Artist Interviews featuring GAZA, Code Orange Kids and Full of Hell. We’re excited to bring this awesome interview feature to video, and this episode won’t disappoint! Our comrade Tim Hix was on hand to film at the recent show at Aladdin Jr. 2 in Pomona, CA on December 10th, 2012. In addition to some epic live footage of all three bands (thanks to South Florida Hardcore for GAZA footage!), this episode features Jon (GAZA), Dylan (FOH) and Jami (COK) having an interesting discussion that gives us some insight into their creative spirits. Check out this episode below and stay tuned for more CVLT Nation Television!
“The Theme” is the second episode of Cult of Luna‘s Vertikal Sessions, an in-studio discussion about recording their upcoming album Vertikal. Episode Two gives us an idea of the mindset behind Vertikal. The album will be released on January 29th, 2013 via Density Records (North America) and Indie Recordings (Europe), and is available for pre-order now. Until then, stay tuned to CVLT Nation for future episodes…
And now for a film that needs no introduction…watch BLADE RUNNER…streaming link after the jump!
OWLFOOD has done it again: their soon to released album Destroyers Of The Moon via Aurora Borealis & Paradigms Recordings is pure surreal sonic magic. This fact can be seen and heard in their new video for their haunting song “Drift Towards Her.” Peep the new OWLFOOD visual after the jump, and stay tuned for more info about Destroyers Of The Moon!
All Crusties Spending Loud Night is 54 minutes of Japanese Punk at is fucking best! This DVD features unreal performances from DISCLOSE, FRAMTID, ABRAHAM CROSS, EFFIGY, REALITY CRISIS GLOOM and many more. What makes this so awesome is both the sound and visual quality of all of the footage! Now get ready for some Mass Death and Destruction and peep All Crusties Spending Loud Night in full after the jump!
Siouxsie and the Banshees were a creative universe unto themselves in the early 80′s. Not only did they create some classic albums that have truly stood the test of time, Siouxsie and the Banshees also pushed the boundaries when it came to the visuals that accompanied their outstanding songs. What always made me look twice was the imagination in their videos! This is why today CVLT Nation celebrates Siouxsie and the Banshees with a video essay featuring our favorite visuals from this legendary band! Get dazzled by Siouxsie and the Banshees after the jump!