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I’m sure I won’t be alone in saying that the collabo LP from The Body and Full of Hell is one of the sickest records released this year, straight UP! A couple of weeks ago, they kicked off their tour together in Vancouver, BC. I was on hand for most of

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Ok, so this is the type of shit that is so out there, inverted, and senseless that – other than on these recordings – it pretty much exists only in your most lucid and fucked up nightmares. BLACK EARTH are an unbelievably disembodied and hideous experiment in aural torment that will find true

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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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This month, II by Crowhurst, which is sure to be one of the best albums you will hear all year, was released. In addition to penning my thoughts on the album in a separate feature, I had the opportunity to interview Jay about the new release: First, how did the

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