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Cold, Scathing, Twisted/Rotting Melodies and Fury are some of the words that come to mind as I listen to the new SHEIDIM song entitled “Sister Of Sleep,” which features guest vocalist NSK (TEITANBLOOD). Just like their new LP Infamata that comes out on 15 September 2017 via the always on point I, Voidhanger Records this song

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Shadow-born atmospheric black metal enigma Leucosis are no news to these pages – they were a CVLT Nation regular and all-time favorite during the early days of this website. We’ve been following this recluse Californian band ever since they released their insane self-titled album in  2013 – a work which

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Building arcs in your work is not easy. Yellow Eyes are returning two years after their excellent third full-length, Sick With Bloom, an album radiating with a fiery take on black metal, dense layering, animalistic attitude and atmospheric tendencies. For each minute of that album Yellow Eyes felt completely comfortable

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Photos: Ali En Wolves in the Throne Room & Marissa Nadler – VENUE, Vancouver, BC On June 18th, 2017, I had the honor of witnessing Wolves in the Throne Room for the second time in a week. The Thursday before, Sean and I were in Seattle for the opening night

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Uada exists in a state of obscurity shrouded by fog and clad in black leather as one faceless entity. While their silhouetted live shows are certainly eye-catching, their monochromatic mystery allows the senses to focus entirely on the sound of the raw shrieks, crisp and melodic riffs and reworked influences

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Black Metal is quickly becoming one of the more experimented-with genres, and as a result you have genius releases like the POISON BLOOD self-titled debut. Taking a page from such disparate sources as Rudimentary Peni and Danzig, the duo of Horseback’s Jenks Miller and Krieg’s Neill Jameson have crafted a darkly

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