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The inaugural Northwest Terror Fest was top-to-bottom, entrance-to-exit brilliant. Coven’s first US performance in 27 years. PNW black and doom metal galore. Cult Leader and Young And In The Way insanity. It satisfied the lust that the non-traveler feels every year after Roadburn. It showcased intense US music in a

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Are ready for a new UFOMAMMUT track? I know I am – it’s called “Zodiac” and it’s a cosmic banger that lasts over 8 minutes. Their next record comes out on Sept. 22nd via Neurot Records and is entitled 8 (pre-order). UFOMAMMUT will be playing at other summer festivals including Resurrection Festival,

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Bury the Machines Wicked Covenant LP came out on June 9th via our comrades Midnite Collective, and it’s pretty fucking sick! John E. Bomher, Jr. (I KLATUS, ex-YAKUZA) is the human behind this band and over three harrowing tracks he fucking pours his heart out! The driving force behind “Beneath My

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Are we fans of SPACE BONG over here at CVLT Nation? The answer is HELL FUCKING YES!!! This band lays down the kind of crusty, blusey doom that we go bonkers for. What I love about this band is they do what they do from their own creative space and

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2017 could be the year of funeral doom if only people had the patience. Six months in this anno satanae and we have three masterpieces of the genre; Fuoco Fatuo’s Backwater, Loss’ Horizonless and now Funeralium‘s Of Throes and Blight. It all comes down to how you like your funeral

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Cavernlight begun as the completely personal project of Scott Zuwadzhi and Adam Bartlett, with only the desire to create fine dark, atmospheric music and with no need to take the band live or record any music. Thankfully that mindset did not last, and nine years after their inception the band

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