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If you like “Appalachian Black Metal” in the vein of Panopticon, Twilight Fauna, Alraune, Bastard Sapling, etc, then you will have to take a deep breath and dive into the light-swallowing music of Sallow, as within you will find everything that makes eastern North American “rural” black metal such a unique thing

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Today we’re really stoked on sharing with you the new releases from some of the bands that graced our Bathory s/t CVLT Nation Sessions, so here’s one of them: TRUE LOVE from Nevada are releasing their second demo via Appalachian Noise Records on the 29th of this month. It’s titled To

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We recently premiered our Bathory s/t CVLT Nation Sessions, which featured a scathing cover of “Raise the Dead” from Germany’s black metal maniacs ULTHA. Today we’re honored to be bringing you a full stream of their upcoming second full length, Converging Sins. This is a grotesquely beautiful and unsettling release, creeping under

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The same has always been true for Death Fortress. They like to slow down to go mid-tempo a lot. When they do, they’re special. You can sing along to the vocal parts, and when they blast, you go back to enjoying quality prototypical black metal. They’re awesome. What more can

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Second wave black metal forever changed the metal soundscape, featuring a slew of bands from Scandinavia influenced by Mercyful Fate and Venom – the so-called first wave of black metal. Raw, chaotic and intensely ideological, progenitors of the style would see an explosion of similar-sounding bands in the mid-nineties, coloring the

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Fuck the dumb shit – sometimes you just need RAW & UNCUT Metal that makes you want to head bang until the Grim Reaper comes to take you away! MALLEUS is a band from Boston who has created one of the raddest, most riffadelic collections of songs this year, and their

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