Exclusive CVLT Nation Streaming: “Jdi a Dívej Se” – A Benefit Black Metal Compilation for the Czech Antifa
Jdi a Dívej Se (“Idi i Smotri”, or “Come and See”) is a breath-taking Russian movie from 1985, and now also a compilation presenting seven Czech black metal bands deeply rooted in their local hardcore/punk scene, and released digitally by Coffee Breath Records. Each band provided previously unreleased material recorded exclusively
Santa Cruz’s FOLIVORE have been a fixture in Northern California’s extreme underground for the last five years at least. The band has been a focal point of Santa Cruz’s local metal scene, and the band has wreaked havoc all over the North West, having hit the road with the likes of
Sometimes you get a split, with two bands each providing tracks for a release; and then every once in a while you get a collaboration where two bands fuse together, playing the same music and making shit escalate to alarming levels of heaviness. That’s what ABATON and VISCERA/// from Italy have brought you:
TEMPLE OF DAGON don’t create the kind of music that is going to become popular with the country club, polo-playing kind of humans. On the other hand, this band creates sounds that will have the have-nots rise up and burn down the country club, then impale the polo players on their own
Holy fucking shit. It’s when you hear shit like this that you realize we are in the future. Today, even something as vile, macabre, ill and fucked up as QUALM from Amsterdam, Netherlands, can make it out of the gutter and be heard. The Internet, social media etc. have enabled even the purest
Absolutist are a Scotland-based band who play very much a thought-provoking type of dark hardcore. We’re streaming a new song entitled “Lux” from their upcoming 7″ EP. I asked the band to tell CVLT a bit about the new release before they go to Greece for 6 days of touring.