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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran   It’s a special kind of feeling when a band you know and love is breaking through and pushing themselves to the next level.  Oakland doom outfit King Woman are doing just that – having signed to Relapse Records late last year, releasing their debut LP Created In The Image Of

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One of my favorite labels, Totem Cat, has added yet another stellar release to their repertoire with CLOUD CATCHER‘s latest offering, Trails of Kozmic Dust. Today we’re stoked to bring you a beast of a track off this upcoming LP, “Righteous Ruler,” a heavy rockin’ stunner that will have all of you classic

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Do you want to hear something truly unique and unlike anything else ? Then look no further: mysterious Italian darkwave/doom-crust band Buioingola has returned with a brand new album to be released next month, and today CVLT Nation is honored to give you a little taste of the immense personality and uniqueness of

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Thoughts ram into your eardrums like crazed splinters. Dismay at a society filled with hatred and malaise follows, and hot on its heels, the need to find an escape, some way to survive. This is what it feels like to listen to the masterful Deadbeat / Boak split. It is

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Japan’s powerviolence sadists FRIENDSHIP have a new album set to be unleashed on the world tomorrow via the always spot-on Sentient Ruin Laboratories. I&II is an underworldly audio punishment – this band has no mercy in its campaign of sonic terror. Listen to our full stream of I&II below and make

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The Beatles’ performance at Budokan Hall in 1966 caused a Japanese teen sensation. Nearly overnight, teens would change the way bands were formed, how popular music was played, and how these bands were idolized. This new sound would come to be known as Group Sounds (GS) and would lead to the creation

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