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Covered previously here at Cvlt Nation, it’s that time of year again: Blood of Wolf Fest. Back for a third installation from March 24th to 26th, the rising tide that is this underground fest that takes place in Lexington, Kentucky once again boasts a strong, diverse line up some of

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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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Goddamn it, what year is it? Are Touch and Go, STT, WaxTrax, AmRep and Dischord still busting out the best records around? This new album just fucking catapulted me back to the early 90s when bands like Big Black, Unsane, Jesus Lizard, Skinny Puppy, Ministry, Shellac, and Butthole Surfers were

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In 2003, the MARS VOLTA released De-Loused in the Comatorium, and this album totally blew my fucking mind! Then I got to see them live in NYC the same year, and for weeks after I was still thinking about what an amazing show it was. The MARS VOLTA did things

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Neurosis, with Yob and Sumac Going into this show, there was no doubt in my mind that – based on the bill alone – expectations were very high. A common objection among concertgoers was that the choice of venue really was less than ideal – after all, it is more

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TEN – ZEAL and ARDOR Devil Is Fine This collection of genre-bending songs entitled Devil Is Fine was created by Zeal and Ardor hailing from NYC. To put this project into a box would be doing the creators of this music – and you – a great disservice. What I LOVE

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