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If you are a fan of CULT LEADER, PRIMITIVE MAN and DRAGGED INTO SUNLIGHT, then this is some must-see footage for you! Big up to Frank Huang//Pitfullofshit for doing what he does best – capturing unreal performances!   CULT LEADER PRIMITIVE MAN  DRAGGED INTO SUNLIGHT      

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Photos: Pedro Roque One of these days, CVLT Nation is going to get our envious asses over to Porto in Portugal so that we can witness one of Europe’s finest underground music, art and culture festivals, AMPLIFEST! Once again, the Amplifest crew killed it this year, and we had Pedro

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On Sept. 23rd, Predatory Light will release their new self titled debut LP via Invictus Productions on CD, and will co-release the vinyl with Psychic Violence. It’s pretty unreal how this band just gets better with each release, and on the new record it’s all about the melodic chaos that pulls you

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Earlier this year, Alkerdeel released one of my favorite Black Metal records, entitled Lede (if you haven’t heard it, you should, like yesterday) that is out now on Consouling Sounds. They also performed at this year’s Roadburn, and now it’s your time to check it out! I fucking love this band,

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It was not so long ago that I was introduced to limbonic black/death metallers Howls of Ebb (HoB), with the band just a few months back releasing their The Marrow Veil EP, opening up new mystical dimensions filled with their malicious intent. The EP featured all the raw quality of

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Black metal is a genre artistically replete with a fixation on the natural world. Trees, rivers, mountains, and the moon populate album artwork. Black metal’s concern for the environment is not simply one of aesthetic appreciation; it comes bundled with a worldview that is inescapably sociopolitical – an ecofeminist perspective – despite many bands’

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