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We all know that some really fucked up shit has been happening around the world on almost a daily basis. It makes me want to listen to music that sounds the way I feel. Which brings me to Come To Grief, a band that was founded by Terry Savastano of Grief, and

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Negative Standards are fucking back. Oakland’s finest, most brutal, and most fucking insanely punishing neo-crust gem has returned with what is surely to become one the most savage, visionary, and uncompromising crust albums of the year. Anyone reading this site since the early days surely knows how much we’ve followed this

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Some people try to be weird, and some people are just born weird! The members of the Swedish band SALEM’S POT fall in the the latter. With each release you can tell that this band is not content with taking the easy route and producing the same record over and over. Creating

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Texas dark punk and postpunk fest San La Muerte has been gaining steam over the past few years and is now in its third iteration. San la Muerte III will occur from August 4 to August 6 in San Antonio, and will feature 20 bands from as far away as Denmark

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Inter Arma is a stunning example of how a band improves through time. Their debut album Sundown was in essence a raw diamond, something that the release of their latest EP The Cavern, originally written back in 2009 (before their debut album), established in the best of ways. Suspicions were

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Oh man, I feel like I could watch this psychedelic celebration of everything blasphemous again and again! VINCAS has just released a video for their track “Black Rose” off of their LP Deep In The Well (Learning Curve Records) and it’s a sick and twisted acid trip through weird biblical imagery

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What the fuck you are about to hear is 33 seconds of real sonic aggression aimed at the non-extistent health care system of America. The country has many of its people tricked into believing that it’s the greatest place on earth, which might be the case for the some, but

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More often than not, my biggest complaint with a large number of the revivalist post-punk that has come out in recent years is that it isn’t dark enough. This is not a complaint here. Chain of Flowers is fairly honest in their despondence and are not pretending it’s Halloween. Their

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Here at CVLT Nation, we are hell-bent on featuring obscure underground bands that are deserving of more attention regardless of hype, popularity, or record label marketing money. It is clearly the day and age for the DIY scene, and there is no better depiction of this trend than with the

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Have you heard the new LP by TERRA TENEBROSA entitled The Reverses out now on Debemur Morti Productions? If you haven’t, stop whatever you are doing now and peep it because it’s one of the raddest releases of 2016 for sure! Anyway, it’s now time to check out TERRA TENEBROSA killing shit on the

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Houston, Texas’ War Master is a band CVLT Nation readers should be familiar with. In 2014, I had the pleasure of reviewing their release on tape entitled Blood Dawn, heaping plenty of praise for it. Now, two years later, War Master is back with their latest salvo – a demo of

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Celldeth walks the line between violence and elegance with his illustration. There is something of the esoteric in his delicate lines, but his pieces never stray too far from a blatant darkness. But death isn’t always terrifying in Celldeth’s work; he captures the danse macabre as exactly that – a

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