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I can’t state enough how much I like CHVE’s voice, especially on his acoustic stuff – it’s enchanting and trance-like! To put him or the other members of the Church of Ra into a box would be a giant mistake, because this whole crew is very fluid in the way they create. On January 23rd

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles A gaggle of late century kids slump vainly over their cigarettes murmuring something or other about the rise and fall of Kent. I’m half-listening between my own habits. A girl (the only one in sight) shoots up straight when one of the pencil freaks says something

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All Photos by Andrea Petrovicova On 31. 08. 2016, Sunn O))) performed in Leipzig, Germany at Conne Island with Big|Brave. Our comrade in surreal photography Andrea Petrovicova was on hand to capture this event through her creative lens! The photos you are about to see show how special this show truly was…All hail

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Photo: Bobby Cochran
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Text and photos: Bobby Cochran On their own, both Maryland’s Full Of Hell and Rhode Island’s The Body are forces to be reckoned with. The former: a crushing grindcore ensemble whose songs of spastic savagery are brutal and relentless.  The latter: a duo whose primary focus seems to be melting

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 2016 Photo by Kris T. Therrian
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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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