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It’s been a little while in the making, but we’re very happy to be releasing episode four of the CVLT CAST! This episode we were so lucky to be joined by the ethereal and mysterious Chelsea Wolfe, who beamed into our HQ from her peaceful California home. We spoke to

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Photos: Ali En Wolves in the Throne Room & Marissa Nadler – VENUE, Vancouver, BC On June 18th, 2017, I had the honor of witnessing Wolves in the Throne Room for the second time in a week. The Thursday before, Sean and I were in Seattle for the opening night

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Greetings – we just wanted to inform you that today’s most entrancing folk ensemble – Sangre De Muerdago – have just released a brand new EP titled Os Segredos da Raposa Vermella which is once again packed with the band’s signature timeless and spectacular folk music inspired by the ancient Galician tradition, an

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Emma Ruth Rundle has paid her dues in bands like Red Sparowes and Marriages and late last year released her solo album Marked For Death. I caught up with Emma after catching her powerfully moving set at Masquerade in Atlanta when she rolled through with Deafheaven and This Will Destroy

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Death in June are a band who have been dogged by controversy, but the influence of their music and aesthetic on the underground is undeniable. Today we want to share with you two amazing Death in June cover projects – Sweden’s Down in June and Germany’s Death in Rome. They both

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Common Eider, King Eider are masters in sculpting absolutely grandiose and mind-bending blackened ritualistic ambience. The San Francisco dark ambient/blackened drone unit have been around since the mid-2000s, never ceasing to amaze in their patient and meticulous weaving of shadows, light, earth, moss, and blood, to create an invisible connecting

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