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Bädr Vogu is a Sludge band from Oakland (((California))) that started out in 2010. Formed from the ashes of World Eater, Midnightmare and Hotblack Desiato, they have been crushing and garnering a loyal following throughout the underground since their inception. They have played some of the most killer shows I’ve

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When I think about the great music and on point politics of FUGAZI I get chills. They were way more than just a band, they were a mindstate that has spurred thought and action for generations. In my book, they were one of the best bands to come out of

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CVLT Nation is stoked to have a full stream of the debut EP from Vancouver’s SKULL VULTURES live today! These two tracks, “Reclaim” and “Only Darkness,” will cause major vertebrae crackage as your head uncontrollably whips back and forth at the sound of their epic riffage! Skull Vultures are opening

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Hypertension Records has started a very special project called The Abyss Stares Back, a series of 5 splits lp’s, each featuring exclusive tracks on one side by artists like Nihill, Primitive Man and Scott Kelly, and on the other side Belgian powerhouses like Amenra, Drums Are For Parades, Hessian, Mathieu Vandekerckhove

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Stop what you are doing and check out this unreal band from Belgium called ELEANORA who have a new EP out on Consouling Sounds. To put a label on their music would almost be an injustice, but I will say that every minute of this record will get deep down

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When we hear music, we don’t always know where the foundation lies. Krautrock is at the foundation of a lot of music we like. For instance, if you asked many musicians who create black metal, positive punk (goth), space rock or doom metal, many of them would cite Krautrock as

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