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For the past few years, I have been captivated by the occult rock-inspired end of the modern metal world. The Devil’s Blood kicked it off with their Satanic psychedelia and the beautiful banshee wailing of lead vocalist Farida Lemouchi. Next up was In Solitude’s final album and masterpiece, Sister, a

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Hey Vancouver – KING DUDE is almost here to bring his Luciferian light to our gloomy city. On October 30th, he’ll be playing the Astoria for his “The Devil is Alive in North America” tour alongside Foie Gras and Crooked Mouth, and we have a pair of tickets to give away for

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Among smokey-voiced, guitar-weilding, lone wolf frontmen, KING DUDE rules them all. Throughout the years of us doing CVLT Nation, we’ve watched him ascend his throne, and with his upcoming release SEX due to hit the streets on Oct. 28th via Not Just Religious Music (pre-order) and Ván Records (pre-order), he is

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A vast sonic ocean of emotion that shimmers under the wind of a ghost-like melody, only to become an invisible gust of power that shocks your soul! What you just read was inspired by the killer sounds of Forever and a Day, which is the name of the new Syndrome

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Heavy Grey Clouds… Storms full of GLOOM and Joy hidden under our Despair are the things that come to my mind as I listen to the new FVNERALS. The name of their soon to be released LP is Wounds, which is interesting because their morbid dirge actually heals me in a weird

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Most bands can barely pull off an album every two years without self-imploding. Factor in that nine times out of ten, as a band ages, so does it music – and more often then not, it ages poorly. Their ideas become watered down and repetitive. They disconnect from the initial spark

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