CVLT Nation Captures: Desert Fest 2015 Day One

You know over here at CVLT Nation we are fans of all things HEAVY. This is

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Screams from the Gutter Vol. VI: The Powerviolence End-times

This volume of Screams from tha Guttah will be solely focused on Powerviolence bands and or

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An Incredible Horror Punk Album: PIOGGIA NERA – “Danze Dei Miserabili” Review + Stream

Anyone familiar with Italy’s punk and hardcore scene should know that back in the 70’s and 80’s

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The Creepy Crust of Instinct of Survival’s Call of the Blue Distance

“Call of the Blue Distance” finds Instinct of Survival‘s sound continuing to evolve past the crusty

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Watch out Europe, CHILDREN OF GOD and ANCST Euro Tour Announcement!

Well, well, well. German blackened crust/black metal horde Ancst will hit the road for a 3

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Time to Die Again: DEADFEST 2015 Full Line-up Announcement!

Welp, it’s that time of the year again; that time in which we announce to you

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Heavy Hour ((((((12)))))) Featuring Noothgrush, Incantation, Mortuous, Alaric & more –

Noothgrush is the best Sludge Band in America. They have been crushing eardrums for over 2

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New Unholy Anarchy Records
Comp. Up For Download!

What do we have here? The brand new 2015 Unholy Anarchy Records comp and the cost

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Parusia – Y Su Noche No Tendra Fin Album Review + Full Stream

Originating from Spain, Parusia is what you could call one of the neo crust bands. That

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Pure Sonic Bedlam – Cease to Exist: Relax in the Safety of Your Own Delusions Review & Stream

In many ways, the fusion of black metal and crust punk makes complete logical sense. Both

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Exclusive
CVLT Nation Streaming:
Abstracter’s – Wound Empire + Review

The music of Abstracter always seems to have an underlying melancholic tone, which is mainly derived from their use of ambiance. In tracks such as “Open Veins,” this aspect of the band becomes instantly apparent, without meaning that melancholy is the only weapon in their arsenal. The manner in which they build up anticipation with the creeping start of “Lightless,” and the more unearthly perspective of Abstracter in songs such as “Cruciform,” reveals the depth to which this act can travel in terms of sonic versatility.

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