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For four years now, Mutoid Man has set up stakes at St. Vitus for a six buck, sixty-six cents show on 6/6 with six dollar beer from Sixpoint because Satan and party, and I can’t believe I’ve missed three of these bashes already and I’m not even really getting this

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The lineup at this year’s Psycho Las Vegas is absolutely incredible…we’re so stoked to be able to witness live rituals from artists ranging from King Diamond to Neurosis to Murder City Devils to Cough to Chelsea Wolfe to…I think you get the point. It’s gonna be insane. If you haven’t

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This is just fucking GOOD!!! Check out this powerful full set of the mighty NEUROSIS performing live in 1996 captured by (((unARTigNYC))). It should be noted that they will being performing all over the east coast this summer with CONVERGE & AMENRA – peep the poster below!        

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How awesome is Oranssi Pazuzu? Very fucking awesome! With each release we have become even bigger fans of this band. The Finnish Masters of Psychedelic Black Metal have just played for the first time State side, so we would like to share with you their first NYC show at St. Vitus,

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Last year CVLT Nation had the pleasure of attending Sound and Fury’s return to LA, and boy, was it one hell of a good time. For those that don’t know, Sound and Fury 2017 is rapidly approaching and well, we just wouldn’t be doing our jobs if we didn’t offer you

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Emma Ruth Rundle has paid her dues in bands like Red Sparowes and Marriages and late last year released her solo album Marked For Death. I caught up with Emma after catching her powerfully moving set at Masquerade in Atlanta when she rolled through with Deafheaven and This Will Destroy

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