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Rob “The Baron” Miller from Amebix, Away from Voivod, Jon Misery of the crust band Misery and Andy Lefton from War/Plague are TAU CROSS. This stunning lineup has put together the kind of album you would hope for from such experienced and prolific musicians, and we’re honored to be streaming their self-titled debut

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Eighteen Fifty Nine Records & Dead Tank Records is getting ready to release the new album from Portland crust warriors The Siege Fire entitled Dead Refuge. This smoking hot piece of melodic crust was mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, and features awesome cover art by singer Mike Roberts. Eighteen Fifty Nine

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If you’re looking for a constantly shifting, almost werewolf-like musical project to destroy your ears to, well you’ve clicked on the right review today here on CVLT Nation. Germany’s Ekranoplan have rolled out their self-titled release via Narshardaa Records, and hot damn, this one is a keeper. Composed of members

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We are so excited to release our seventh comp today, a re-envisioning of a genre-defining classic album, AMEBIX’s Arise!. Plagues, Abstracter, Druglust, Coltsblood, American, Agrimonia, Okus and Larvae have all done their crushing takes on songs that live in the punk and metal hall of fame! We couldn’t be happier

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Can you tell us how Usnea came to be, and the story so far? Justin: I was playing in a stoner metal band that called it quits right after recording and playing a solid year of shows. I knew Joel from his post as one of the best sound engineers

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Imagine if you found the long lost Celtic Frost demo tapes that Tom Warrior recorded in his grandmother’s basement. Broken Cross’ Through Light to Night is not far from this. This album is raw and extremely lo-fi. Aside from the clang carried by the pots-and-pans sound of the drums, some anti-production

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