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As we all know, Wiegedood came out with one of the strongest releases of 2015 with their LP De Doden Hebben Het Goed. Starting in September, they are kicking off a EU tour with Mutilation Rites. Right here and now, we would like for you to check out this blistering live

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A few days back, CVLT Nation premiered a full stream of HIDEOUS OBSCURE, the brand new record from Canadian evil metal stalwarts OCCULT BURIAL! This album is a cold and primitive, yet lively and vital, record; a traditional yet relevant metal masterpiece, and one that will make you want to drunkenly

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Today I got a message from our writer Mattia saying I should check out this band VRTRA, because they will blow my mind! He was more than fucking right – unholy triple fuck, this band is the fucking SHIT! Out of nowhere they released one the strongest debuts of 2016, and I know this to

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It may occur to some learned metal fans that French black metal band Aum sounds more like a band from Central Asia. In song titles and ideology, Central Asia appears to be a strong topic of choice for this mysterious French metal militia, just like Cult of Fire’s fascination for

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Jnthn of LHP Illustration has a series of sick metal pins available, official merch collaborations with bands Teitanblood, Mournful Congregation, Howls of Ebb, Impetuous Ritual, Irkallian Oracle, Qrixkuor, Grave Upheaval and so many more! These pins are very limited and can only be ordered via email to muerte.espiritual@hotmail.com. You can see his

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There is something fucking GLORIOUS about the music of Morphinist. Maybe it’s the fact this project births several releases a year in a constant – almost hemorrhagic – spawn of creativity; maybe it’s the one-man nature of the project that makes it so impenetrable and intimate; or maybe it’s the music’s mesmerizing and seemingly

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