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Despite Despair did not make an ordinary video. The visual for their song “Sparagmos Omophagia” is fucking eye catching to say the least!  I know the first time I saw it, I was hooked. CVLT Nation is proud to premiere their new video that was created by the band and Nighttimer Productions.

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Diploid is a band that blends genre seamlessly to the point where it is hard for me to exactly define what it is they are doing between records. Their music is dynamic; switching from screeching black metal to hardcore/power-violence styled songs and even some soundscape, noise driven work. Their music is

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Photos: Wayne Ballard Desert Dweller Fest’s introductory year was a helluva of a weekend. The first day was stuffed to bursting with youth crew glory, old school fury, brutal chuggery and even a scaled back, emotive set from Runaround. Day two was a different monster entirely, with some of Arizona’s heaviest

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On Friday the 13th of October, 2017, a lot of sick records are being unleashed on our unsuspecting underground streets, and one of them that I am personally enjoying the hell out of is UNFOLD’s Banshee O Beast that’s set to release via Division Records and Dullest Records in the US. It’s

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Photos: Pablo Vigueras If you haven’t been paying attention to Arizona hardcore, then you’re fuckin’ up. That’s putting a not too fine a point on it, either. Over the last few years, bands from across the Grand Canyon state have been cropping up triumphant like a Saguaro cactus on a barren

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As a species, we’ve had a good run. Now, by our own doing, it would appear as though the combination of mother nature and the rapid nuclear proliferation by unstable states is more or less going to be our demise. Which is fine, I guess. It’s not like we really

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