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It’s been over two years since London hardcore band The Lowest Form hit us with their last LP, Negative Ecstasy. Now from the same record label that brings us Dreamdecay, Private Room, and Latishia’s Skull Drawing releases comes the Personal Space LP! This dropped about a month ago on November 4th. With

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I think I say this every year, but it really can’t be overstated: Southern Lord’s The Power of the Riff was one of the main catalysts for us when it came to starting CVLT Nation. The rad fucking lineup and the community feel inspired us to start this blog to cover

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Andrea Petrovicova photos are special beyond belief, and when she captures a band she does it on her own creative terms! Check out these dynamic photos of OATHBREAKER‘s most recent show in Prague. I would write more, but these visuals will speak for themselves.          

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Hate5Six has captured another off the chain performance from TURNSTILE, this time at St. Stephen’s Church in Washington, D.C.! Unholy fuck, Turnstile knows how to whip their fans into a frenzy and turn their shows into a stage dive free-for-all! Nuff respect due to Hate5Six for doing what he does best: capturing modern day hardcore history like

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Daughters, with The Body and Loma Prieta – November 12th, 2016 at The Cobalt, Vancouver BC This was certainly a milestone of a show. I remember the last time Loma Prieta came through town, opening for Fucking Invincible, which is more or less what Alexis Marshall has been up to since Daughters‘

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2017 is going to start with a nuke-sized bang with the release of Code Orange’s third album, Forever. Their Roadrunner Records debut following two releases on Deathwish Inc., the album is monstrous in scope and style, layering this Pittsburgh quartet’s already vicious hardcore with noise, post-punk and industrial. Building off

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