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CrustGrindcoreHardcoreMusicReviews

“Different Names for the Same Face” is the latest 7” EP from Vancouver’s crust/grind beasts Burning Ghats. Beast is really the best way to describe this band with their caustic hardcore onslaught. It’s a ferocious effort from the band. It was released last year so unfortunately, we’re a little late

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Apocalyptic BluesBlackened CrustCrustFilmGrindcoreMusic VideosThrash

We all know that one of the heaviest tours of the summer will be the Southern Lord Showcase featuring Martyrdöd, Black Breath, Burning Love, Dead in the Dirt and Enabler. CVLT Nation’s favorite southern videographer, South Florida Hardcore, was on hand to capture the whole event of epic rawness in

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CrustDeath RockDis-beatHardcoreMusicPost-Punk

First there was the d-beat crust of Born Dead Icons, whose 2003 Ruins LP is some sort of d-beat/crust masterpiece. Then came the “post-d-beat” punk rock of The Complications, a band on Feral Ward that I interviewed for CVLT Nation, here. Now, from ex-Born Dead Icons and Complications members, comes

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Apocalyptic BluesCrustMusic

With only this release, a self titled four track E.P, and a small amount of shows under their belts attempting to find out any information via the internet on Asheville’s 4 piece Autarch is like trying to extract a streak of piss out of the ocean with a teaspoon. Recorded

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CrustHardcoreMusicReviews

GHOSTLIMB’s Confluence is the second chapter of the trilogy that has been started with Infrastructure in 2011. And of course GHOSTLIMB deliver a surpassing Hardcore record again. Twelve tracks filled with everything you love about them: the anger, the emotions, the fury, the desperately surging guitars, the fuming vocals, bits

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CrustDemosDis-beatReviews

Silent Order are from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and play noise punk aka raw punk. This EP has taken 2 songs from their demo and added 5 new song to make a soild rager all the way through. Everything is blown out with the vocals sounding like they were recorded

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CrustDoomMusicReviewsSludge

Sons of Tonatiuh return with a new LP after self releasing a 7″ and LP on their own. Hydro-Phonic Records put this new LP out and man is it a ripper. It was recorded by Kyle Spence (Harvey Milk), and has artwork by Chris Parry. SOT blend Southern Metal with

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CrustDis-beatHardcoreMusicReviews

Greek d-beaters Sarabante were one of the lucky few chosen by Southern Lord around this time last year to have their album re-released by the label when they were scooping up some quality hardcore and crust acts like Alpinist, Planks and Drainland for limited run CD releases. Some of the

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Blackened CrustCrustFeaturesGrindcoreSludgeTour Dates

Remember that bad ass Sonic Cathedrals Vol. LIX Curated by Hordes and our review of the Hordes- Abarognosis EP? Well this crushing band from Southern California’s Inland Empire will be starting their west coast tour this weekend. Their kickoff date will start on June 23rd at Gnarmageddon Fest with NEGATIVE

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CrustGrindcoreHardcoreSludge

Grinding Halt and Suffering Quota. 2 Bands from the same country. 2 Bands from the same town. 2 Bands that like playing fast music. 2 Bands that share members. And still they’re not quite alike. Grinding Halt will be the most familiar band for most people. The band has been

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CrustFeaturesGrindcoreHardcoreMusicPower ViolenceSludgeStreamingThrash

Interview by Wes Cueto [graveyarns] Maryland bands never fall short on extremity. STRONG INTENTION have been punishing the underground with their own blend of New York influenced hardcore and Southern fried sludgy grind since the mid-ninties. They have an extensive and solid catalog of releases behind them and their range

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80s HardcoreCrustCVLTDis-beatHardcoreMusicPower Violence

“Things that anger me make me happy, ‘no hope, no future’ kinda shit” – Yeap, frontman of KROMOSOM. Noisier, nastier and rawer. This is the doctrine that Australian punks KROMOSOM live by. Borne from the ashes of Pisschrist, the dirty crust roots of this longstanding outfit paved the way for

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