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Portland is home to a growing amount of post punk gems, the likes of which the Internet is only so aware. It’s nothing out of the ordinary here to attend an affordable show with new bands only just hitting your radar who end up completely blowing you away. The best example of this

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Do you want to hear something truly unique and unlike anything else ? Then look no further: mysterious Italian darkwave/doom-crust band Buioingola has returned with a brand new album to be released next month, and today CVLT Nation is honored to give you a little taste of the immense personality and uniqueness of

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A BLACK PEOPLE‘s new record Dust and Shadows is drenched in darkness that will change your reality for the better! This band sounds like no other – let me give you a couple of reasons why. They create from a place where the ghosts of the past are alive and go places where

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The Secret Light are one of Portland’s hidden gems among the slew of endless goth bands it consistently breeds. Featuring members of The Xploding Boys, they have an experienced electronic sound to them. I recently had the privilege of experiencing them live at Dave Cantrell’s Songs From Under the Floorboard Showcase

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If Finnish deathrock band Masquerade isn’t already on your radar, don’t worry! There’s still time! You might recall their Blood Is The New Black EP from 2014, or perhaps Suzi and Jacques’ other band Virgin In Veil. Their first LP, Ritual, is my newest obsession. The LP was originally released on

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L.A. post-punk band The Wraith, which consists of ex-members of Blink 182, Lost Tribe (RVA) and Cinema Strange (LA), have released their debut EP entitled Shadow Flag. The Wraith’s sound is drawn from elements of 80’s UK post punk and LA deathrock. Comparisons have been made to Killing Joke, TSOL and

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