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Text & Photos by Kris T. Therrian Everything about this year’s edition of Roadburn festival was about special shows, sets and collaborations that saw us salivating over the line-up many a month in advance. However, when the revelation of the running order came about, putting the ‘must see’ bands in

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One of the most promising bands to come out of Greece in recent years is Omega Monolith. Having released Black Campaign, and their Vile EP, the band is evolving in the most intriguing of ways. A few weeks before they release their new album, Fungus, we discuss with the band their origin,

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Text and Photos: Gemma Shaw Mirrors for Psychic Warfare, made up of the legend Scott Kelly (Neurosis) and Sanford Parker (Buried at Sea). Unsuspecting listeners get a brutal assault on their senses. The low end is felt internally and externally. It engulfs the green room like a blanket.   Jakob. Their

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This majestic footage of CHRCH at this year’s Roadburn gives me chills! If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we have been HUGE fans of this band since we first heard them. I’m almost at a loss for words to express how fucking happy we

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So what happens when one of your favorite Doom/Drone bands decides to improvise a 27:27 minute song off top of the dome? The end result is called “Silent Transmissions,” and it was created by our comrades in heavy SEA OF BONES. For $1, the digital version of this sonic wall

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Text and Photos: Gemma Shaw Brothers of the Sonic Cloth opened the day up on the main stage. Tad Doyle of grunge band Tad lays down heavy slabs of riff, not dissimilar to Yob. It’s a big opening to the day, even with a guitar string breakage Tad entertains the

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