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Check out this demented YDI full set from 1984! It gets better because the word on the street is that Southern Lord Recordings (pre-order HERE!) is releasing their complete discography on April 7th…Stay tuned you 80’s hardcore fanatics!!!…In the meantime press play and watch YDI  spazz the fuck out!

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It’s been four years since we launched CVLT Nation, and we never imagined it would become what it is today! To thank you for four years of support, we’re proud to present our sixth covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: BLACK FLAG’s Slip It In. As you

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Welp, it’s that time of the year again; that time in which we announce to you that the raddest DIY, no bullshit, 100% independent metal and punk fest of the year is happening again. And of course, once again, DEAFEST is packed to the fucking roof with a TON of

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Noothgrush is the best Sludge Band in America. They have been crushing eardrums for over 2 decades. The story of the formation and the progression of Noothgrush is miserably wonderful after all. Tom Choi was one of the first members to be involved in the band, at the same time

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1986: The Regis Philibin Morning Show turned its cameras on the hardcore punk phenomena. The spotlight fell on the quixotic old-timers, Regis and Kathy Lee, paired with four of the New York cult, bedecked in the usual punks and skins wardrobe. The interview featured Warzone’s affable singer, Raybeez. Kathy Lee

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Some of the biggest punk shows during the 80’s were held at the Olympic Auditorium in Santa Monica, CA and were promoted by Goldenvoice. On the flipside, the Family, which was the Circle One crew, put on rad shows out in Pico Rivera at the Roller Rink. When I think

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