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Review source Sludgelord Black Science play a highly original mix of Psych Rock, Space Rock and Stoner Metal to brilliant effect. This brilliant band have been on the blog before with their excellent album – Cosmodemonic & Beyond. Which had an excellent mix of Psych Rock. Space Rock and huge

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If you don’t know, now you know: CVLT Nation fucking digs Brazil’s Deaf Kids because they rock beyond disbelief! You can peep their new EP split with Mito da Caverna HERE, and I know for a fact you will not be disappointed. Deaf Kids recently went on a tour around

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Do you ever have those nights where you go to a show to see one band, but it’s another band that blows your mind? This is what happened to me in 2001 while I was living in Seattle. I made my way one night to the Graceland, and this band

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Right now I’m having an extra heavy blast, because I’m blasting XAPHAN in my headphones. Damn, this Minneapolis band has released what might the best demo of the year! Yeah, it’s only two songs, but who cares because they both go balls out and fucking kick donkey ass! XAPHAN’s music

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During the month of July 2012, San Francisco’s Wreck & Reference and LA’s Doctorshopper made a short run of the West Coast of the United States. In January, Doctorshopper self-released “Degenerate Utopia” on their Cult of Melancholia imprint, an art and music collective from the Los Angeles area. In April,

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Review via Scene Point Blank Written by Cheryl Carter When a band decides (yes, the band, not you and your fanboy mates) to make a little change in their musical approach and try out something new, a couple of things happen. Aforementioned fanboys get up in arms and take to

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The bastard children of SST records are those humans that are just too weird to put a label on – they defy being put into a box. These extra weird humans are probably some of the most creative beings on the planet & are not driven by money. They are

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Two months ago, I sent Jenks Miller, mastermind behind the band Horseback, a series of questions relating to nearly every aspect of the project. The interview was so large, it had to be broken into two parts. It is with great pleasure that I bring you the conclusion to this

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One record that has been played every day in the CVLT Nation HQ since we first heard it is Perpetual Flood by Seattle’s Perpetual Ritual – check out the stream and review HERE! We got a message the other day that there is now a visual for the tile track,

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“Miséricordes” is a long, exhausting walk through barren darkness. With disturbing rawness and stunning mastery, frenchman Thomas Bel, acting under the pseudonym MISERY, floods the shadowy regions of the ambient sound space. Between dark ambient soundscapes, field recordings and relics of black metal the sound artist unfolds his diffuse-abstract dystopias,

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The new Anatomy of Habit self-titled EP is a sonic diagram of audio magic, and it’s available here. For me, this band defies labels, which makes them masters of their own universe. They define what it is for all elements of a band to come together as one. The first

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LA PIRAMIDE DI SANGUE from Turin, Italy, have just released an awesome weirdo krautrock album TEBE on Sound of Cobra, out now. This band’s music can be put into one box only: triple epic, zany stellar and very honest. What really got my attention was their video for their tune

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