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It’s time for the summer music to hit my turntable and project out my front windows into my own personal front yard paradise, and I know one album that’s going to be in my sunny day rotation – the tripped out new offering from The Myrrors called Hasta La Victoria. As

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Are we fans of SPACE BONG over here at CVLT Nation? The answer is HELL FUCKING YES!!! This band lays down the kind of crusty, blusey doom that we go bonkers for. What I love about this band is they do what they do from their own creative space and

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If there’s one thing we’ve discovered by moving CVLT Nation up to the grey mists and green forests of Vancouver, it’s that there is a LOT of underground talent in this city. So what happens when buddies who also happen to make sick visual and musical art get together to

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Who was the biggest punk promoter on the West Coast during the 80’s? Hands down it was GOLDENVOICE, because they brought in the biggest bands to huge venues with prices that kids could afford.  They had some of their raddest shows at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown L.A., plus they

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Text and Photos: Wayne Ballard In its 9th year of operation, Southern California based festival Sound & Fury continues to represent everything I love and want out of a Hardcore-based music festival. 2017 marked my fourth year attending the festival and this year may have been the most excited I’ve

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CVLT Nation interviews Derek from Drug Control There was a time I lived the bent life. With those days well in the rear view, I find myself more and more seeking sharpness. Nihilism is a dish best served in the cold, during the inherent mental violence of winter. Recently, the San

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