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Along with Dystopia, Stormcrow, Neurosis, and Noothgrush, SKAVEN (who’s guitarist Geoff Evans later formed the mighty Asunder) where the rostrum of Bay Area crust back in the 90’s. In its short existence, this band released only handful of splits, which – after their quick and silent demise – have slowly but surely become

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Cyanic is a blistering Black/Death Metal band that manipulates sound within the maniacal realms of suffocation found in Grindcore from San Jose (((California))). Their drummer, Jason Bursese, also lends his talents to Black Fucking Cancer and recently filled in on multiple shows with Dispirit. Their vocalist, Andre Cornejo, is my

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Texas’ FLESH BORN have a new EP coming out soon and today you can listen to a full stream of HAN here and now on CVLT Nation! HAN will be released on June 24, 2014 via Skeletal Lightning and can be pre-ordered HERE. The B-side features their debut “All The

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by Oliver Sheppard Dead Cult may be the youngest band on the resuscitated All the Madmen Records, the anarcho-punk label founded by The Mob in 1978 and resuscitated in 2012 after a nearly 25 year hiatus. Dead Cult‘s 2-song “Ghosts Still Dance” 7″ is being released in June by All

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The Swedes are coming! Age of Woe just announced their upcoming May/June 2014 European Tour, Black Rain Over Europe, which sees them ripping through the continent alongside Moloken! These two bands will destroy your town and you won’t want to miss the terror they will unleash! Check the dates below,

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Does time ever stop? Or even rewind itself? Maybe. And if anything, time is just a feeling. An illusion. But not when it comes to EYEHATEGOD, apparently. The reason we say this is because when you slap their new self-titled album on the record player, the first collection of new

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