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Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard has had us captivated since we first heard their EP Nachthexen, and we’re very excited for their new album Y Proffwyd Dwyll coming out on Sept. 30th via New Heavy Sounds (pre-order here). Today we’re stoked to bring you an exclusive stream off their upcoming album, the track “Cithuula.”

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Text and photos: Bobby Cochran On their own, both Maryland’s Full Of Hell and Rhode Island’s The Body are forces to be reckoned with. The former: a crushing grindcore ensemble whose songs of spastic savagery are brutal and relentless.  The latter: a duo whose primary focus seems to be melting

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CVLT Nation has made a name for itself by delving into the caverns of the underground metal scene, projecting bands into our lives that might otherwise not get the proper credit. That’s why you’re here. That’s why I write for this site: the morbid passion and obsession with this style of

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    If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know we’re huge fans of AMENRA. Our comrade Frank Huang aka Pit Full of Shit captured their performance at this year’s Roadburn. Scroll down below, press play and watch one of the most intense bands on the planet

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles   I am sitting in the backyard of some pleasantly bourgeois Williamsburg establishment sipping something summery and bitter with an inoffensive name. Airdrop, maybe? Doesn’t matter. To my left are two EPs (one from an agency, the other from a production company) and across the

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With their previous record, More Constant Than The Gods, SubRosa arguably define the epitomy of experimental doom metal. The Salt Lake City band featured a strange line-up, comprising of two violins, three vocalists, bass, guitar and drums, but that does not even begin to scratch the surface. Doom metal and

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