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One band that blew my in 2011 when we first started CVLT Nation was Florida’s GOD HARVEST. Flash forward to 2015, thousands of reviews later, and this fucking band blows my mind more than 100,000 corpses stumbling over the horizon! Their new album Insulated is fucking classic to me –

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Seattle’s Endorphins Lost have been manning the frontlines of the Pacific Northwest grindcore scene for years now, and Cvlt Nation is proud to be giving away a pair of tickets to their next live assault: Tuesday, August 11 at The Vera Project! Support will be provided by Spokane hardcore mainstays

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There is nothing soft about the upcoming DIE CHOKING release III. An all out brutality fest will take place in your brain once you hear this album! From the very first to the last moment of this album, this band wants to punish, and they do a pummeling job of just

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  Here we go. That inevitable time has come when we must contemplate this new release –PISSGRAVE‘s Suicide Euphoria – brought to us by Profound Lore Records. First, the appalling cover art of this album is literally shoved down our throats in all its crude and unmistakable “honesty.” One does

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Earlier last year, a statement of real friendship and of harrowing aggression was sealed. Abaton and Viscera/// are two sludge/doom bands from Italy that have been laying venues to waste all over Europe and spreading the seeds of their internal torment all over their homeland and beyond for years now,

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Cloud Rat have a middle finger, locked and loaded, aimed intently at anything within American society that displeases them, which seems to be just about everything. Granted, this world-weariness is handled with care in the form of abrasive passion throughout Qliphoth’s seventeen tracks. Their third full length album, following 2010’s

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