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Common Eider, King Eider are masters in sculpting absolutely grandiose and mind-bending blackened ritualistic ambience. The San Francisco dark ambient/blackened drone unit have been around since the mid-2000s, never ceasing to amaze in their patient and meticulous weaving of shadows, light, earth, moss, and blood, to create an invisible connecting

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Italy’s FUOCO FATUO have opened another portal into the vast, black void that most of us turn our mind’s eye away from. This tear in the fabric of the universe is their upcoming Profound Lore release entitled Backwater, and it takes the listener on a sojourn into the depths of human

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I don’t really know what to say about A HUNDRED BLACK KITES upcoming release Arrow of Time other than I am feeling it. I’m at a loss for words because this music fits into no box in my current descriptive repertoire – and that’s why I am so moved by

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Covered previously here at Cvlt Nation, it’s that time of year again: Blood of Wolf Fest. Back for a third installation from March 24th to 26th, the rising tide that is this underground fest that takes place in Lexington, Kentucky once again boasts a strong, diverse line up some of

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Shit is about to get real fucking HEAVY in Europe, because both CULT OF OCCULT and GRIM VON DOOM are hitting the road in honor of their split that came out this year on Vendetta Records. CVLT Nation is stoked to be one of the sponsors of this massive event! If

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It took seven years, but Unearthly Trance have returned with Stalking the Ghost, the catchiest, most direct album they’ve done since their 2006 Relapse Records debut, The Trident. That the band has managed to conjure up an album of this caliber after such a layoff should come as no surprise.

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