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London’s Circuit Breaker have returned with their second LP for long running avant punk label Harbinger Sound. Hands Return To Shake is an intriguing mix ov electronics that reminds me ov early cabaret voltaire and the gothic punk ov Killing Joke or Bauhaus. The band is a duo made up

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VOWWS isn’t a band that allows for a definitive genre: the tracks are industrial and synth-filled, yet with eerie undertones that make the mood foreboding enough to rival the catchier elements. The self-proclaimed “industrial pop” duo, made up of Australia-to-LA transplants Matt and Rizz, release their second full-length, Under the World,

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It’s only Tuesday, but for the children of the night, every day is a evening to celebrate in darkness. So if that’s you, we’ve got a mixtape for you to sway to in your own private bat cave. Ari Rosenschein has a new episode of Vanitas live and we’ve got

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Damien Done, the moniker under which Damien Moyal plies his dark and brooding craft, was kind enough to give his time to speak with Cvlt Nation about his stellar new LP.  Ready to drop soon on Mind Over Matter Records, Charm Offensive is an album wrought with  a brooding and

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I can taste the HATE in my mouth and it’s real! I can feel the HATE in my brain and it’s real! I pray that one day that I witness the demise of the worthless piece of shit that is humanity. In the meantime, I turn to NINE INCH NAILS

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Glancing backwards can be a perilous thing. Memories long subsumed can bubble to the surface revealing a deeper and more fractured shade to half-formed recollections refracted in the stark light of day. Revisiting one’s younger self can often come accompanied with an uninvited array of shudders and regrets both for

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