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LOIA are Andrea, Camilla, and Stefano, and they come from Florence, Italy. LOIA will fuck you up. We’ve already been assaulted by this band’s vicious music in the past, and now these Italian hardcore sociopaths are back with a brand new album of raging, blacked-out hardcore that will fucking destroy your

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With all of the fucking madness that is happening around the world on a daily basis, music is an outlet for me and many others to release the anger we have inside! When you’re feeling like the walls of oppression are closing in all around you, it’s good to listen

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It might be the fear of a new world-order where we might have to call a racist and ignorant shitstick like Donald Trump “Mr. President,” I don’t really know. What I do know is that angry music is as healthy as ever, and just getting angrier. Lots of cool releases keep pouring

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The best fest in the Southwest has just announced its starting lineup for 2016, and I can already tell that this year’s Southwest Terror Fest is going to slay! With bands like Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Nails, Full Of Hell, Sumac, CHRCH, Behold! The Monolith, Theories, Wake, Sex Prisoner and more

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Okay CVLT Nation fans, friends and family, time to take a seat for what is surely going to be a highlight in your music/audio consumption of early 2016. Relentless, primal, furious, and yes, bestial (as stated in our premiere of the first track “No Beyond” a few weeks back) are

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How can music this visceral, hostile and negating manage to put a grin on my face? It’s a phenomenon I can’t wrap my brain around. All I know is that it tends to happen most often when listening to to punk-indebted metal. Something about that crossover lends itself well to

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