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    If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know we’re huge fans of AMENRA. Our comrade Frank Huang aka Pit Full of Shit captured their performance at this year’s Roadburn. Scroll down below, press play and watch one of the most intense bands on the planet

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Considering Wrekmeister Harmonies is a collective, one would assume that their releases would end up being quite sparse. However, that has not been the case for the main man of the collective, JR Robinson, as he makes the presence of Wrekmeister Harmonies felt year in, year out. Since You’ve Always

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When I was surrounded by the massive city of New York, I felt a loneliness that I have never felt in smaller places. There was one band that helped me make sense out of my internal dispair. Sunny Day Real Estate‘s music was the musical light I need to get

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What time is it? It’s time to Rock & Roll! What new band is going top bring the epic riffs you need to get the party started? Sumerlands is the band, and their soon to be released self-titled LP will get any party started! This  band creates the kind of

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles I don’t know anyone who listens to BORIS anymore (and the only person to I know who listened to Boris was Dave, but we were drinking a lot of gin at the time) and I only know of two or three people who actively enjoy Earth,

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Text & Photos: Teddie Taylor A night of Muscle and Marrow, Wrekmeister Harmonies and Marissa Nadler is one of melancholia and revelation. The duo that is Muscle and Marrow carries beautifully into Wrekmeister Harmonies and J.R. Robinson’s more extreme side, while his co-vocalist and violinist Esther Shaw leads you to

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