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80s HardcoreApocalyptic BluesDoomHardcoreMusicSludge

As you can read here and here, I quickly became quite a fanboy of Liverpudlian Sludge freaks IRON WITCH. They definetely have more than enough potential to become a big name in the downtempo metal game. So of course we at CVLT Nation had to ask them a few questions

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Apocalyptic BluesMusicNeo Folk

King Dude’s new two-song single is amazingly retro. I loved Love (pun intended), King Dude’s 2011 release that made CVLT Nation’s top neofolk LPs of 2011 list. “You Can Break My Heart” is a more stripped-down, Leonard Cohen-esque approach to songwriting.

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Apocalyptic BluesDocumentariesFilm

When I was watching the last two years of Black Flag gigs, I didn’t know I was watching the birth of Grunge. When I first heard about this new scene in Seattle around 89/90, I was into Fudge Tunnel, Fluid, Nirvana and The Almighty TAD. The other day, I watched

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Apocalyptic BluesDocumentariesFilmThrash

Who is the motherfucking man? Lemmy is the motherfucking man, and in 2010, a radical documentary about his life was made entitled LEMMY 49% MOTHER FUCKER 51% SON OF A BITCH. Everyone knows Motörhead was the gateway band for all us punks of the early 80’s to get into metal.

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Reviews written by John Guilty Parents Dead In The Woods This month sees the release of “The Sign Of The Son Of Man”; the debut LP by Nottingham heavy boys Dead In The Woods, on the rather promising Viral Age Records. Describing themselves as “His Hero Is Hawkwind” DITW layered

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Apocalyptic BluesFilmMusic Videos

All I wanted was a giant wall of feedback, and the almighty Spacemen 3 always gave it to me. I don’t have to write much, everyone knows that this band helped to shape the way bands used distortion in 80’s & 90’s, plus they were wizards at repetition. Spacemen 3

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Last Tuesday, the reunited influential stoner doom band Sleep returned to their hometown of Oakland to play the massive Fox Theater. Since splitting in the 90s, bassist Al Cisneros and guitarist Matt Pike have experienced success with their new bands Om and High On Fire respectively. Yet over time≤ Sleep’s

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomMusicReviews

Formed in 1997 by Rob Wrong (guitar and vocals) and Nate Carson (drums), Portland’s Witch Mountain soon garnered immense critical acclaim for debut Come the Mountain (released in 2001) yet found themselves in limbo and a period of inactivity which lasted until the addition of lead vocalist Uta Plotkin in

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Apocalyptic BluesDis-beatFilmMusic Videos

All hell broke loose this past weekend in Tampa, Florida, at the Scion Rock Fest, and South Florida Hardcore was on hand to capture it! One set he filmed that blew my mind was ALL PIGS MUST DIE. If you don’t know, now you know: we are huge fans of

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Story Source Profane Existence Profane Existence is proud to announce that we will be realeasing the new WAR//PLAGUE LP. Minneapolis punk veterans War//Plague return with their debut full length album “On A Darker Dawn”. This album brings forth over 2 years of socio/political rage and ferocity that is unleashed into

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Apocalyptic BluesBlackened CrustMusic

Review source Forevercursed Perishing from the same malady that affects their fellow country mates, Hexis and other-newly acts like Ajuna (from whom i already talked about here) are Whorls. Whorls started as a “non-serious” sideproject to Putrifier by the two guitarists Emil and Mads in late 2011. But as Putrifier

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80s HardcoreApocalyptic BluesFilmGrindcoreMusic Videos

Fucking amazing!! WHIRLWIND HARDCORE Vol 1 is showing today on CVLT Nation. This collection of live footage from the likes of CHAOS UK, ATTITUDE, NAPALM DEATH, HERESY, ELECTRO HIPPIES, CHRIST ON PARADE, CONCRETE SOX, RIPCORD and many fucking more is priceless. All of this action was shot on VHS, but

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