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Despite the consistently churning waves of eclecticism and experimentation that has surrounded Caïna since the project’s inception in 2004, the rich sense of focus and introspection carved from the hands of mastermind Andrew Curtis-Brignell has rarely failed to galvanise the metal underground in a staunch show of support and acclaim.

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Black MetalDoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Mizmor stands for “psalm” in Hebrew, and what a fitting choice for a name that is, as the ritualistic element takes over completely from the very start of their new album, Yodh. The one-man project of A.L.N., hailing from Portland, has produced an excellent series of releases, from splits with

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Black MetalFeaturedFeaturesMusicStreaming

Today, CVLT Nation is proud to bring you the video premiere of “Void Of Numbness” – a staggering new ritual by mysterious  dark/doomy black metallers GAEREA. “Void Of Numbness” is taken from GAEREA‘s upcoming furious and intense debut self-titled EP, a majestic and vast lucid nightmare of obsidian-black sonic transcendence, carved straight into

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Black MetalCVLT Nation SessionsFeaturedFeaturesMusicSludgeStreaming

As you know, we are always cooking up the rad shit over here in our dungeon of sonic pain. Right now, we are in the finishing stages of putting together our CVLT Nation Sessions: BATHORY s/t comp. All I can tell you is that this motherfucker is raging from beginning to end.

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Interview & Photos: Teddie Taylor Oathbreaker surprised everyone when their latest album began with clean, acapella vocals. Rheia is in a category of its own, showcasing an expanse of various sounds the band has never before fully explored. The Belgium-based group, only having toured America twice before since their 2011

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Black MetalDoomFeaturedFeaturesMusicStreaming

While I was aware of the split release between Predatory Light and Vorde last year and the critical acclaim it seemed to receive, I never got around to checking it out; so this debut album from the former is my first exposure to the band, and my my, what an

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