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Some years ago, we all mourned the passing of an amazing band we all loved: the Bay Area-based black/thrash band Dead Mean. R.I.P…. If you missed this incredible band, check out our old features we did on them here and here, and you can also check out their only publicly available release,

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The Black Metal Antiquarium page is a treasure-trove of images of the darkest days of dark music – when Quorthon was glam and the forefathers of today’s most kvlt just had their voices drop. Anyone who’s a fan of black metal will enjoy the daily offerings brought to the altar of Satan

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I’m pretty sure we all know how important MAYHEM has been to the art form called Black Metal. Before all of the controversy and murder, they were a bunch of friends that wanted to create killer music together. These photos offer a glimpse into their world that is not as

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Interview by Teddie Taylor Michigan-based Dakhma meld atmospheric black metal, crust and grindcore into a singular, natural entity. Suna Kulto, the trio’s latest EP, is an extensive, fluctuating two-song exploration of extremes rooted in contrast and abrupt disruption. By the end of the first nearly 20-minute track, you’ve experienced anguish,

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Harvest Gulgaltha‘s slow and rotten blackened death-doom is both punk as fuck as majestic as hell, mesmerizing in its simplicity but at the same time towering in its commanding dominance and undisputed majesty. Ever since encountering their I demo back in 2012, I was blown away. I was fascinated by the band’s

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I can’t remember a time when CVLT Nation did not support our comrades YOUNG AND IN THE WAY. Almost 3 years ago, they released When Life Comes To Death; and it was straight raging black death with no filler! The word in the underground is that they have wrapped up their

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