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We all know that the the universe is totally out of fucking order! Personally, I see all sort of fucked up shit around me on the daily, and I can’t even find the words to describe my disdain. The new DEATH TOLL 80k album Step Down is the perfect soundtrack

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next in our series of underground classic compilations, MISFITS legendary album Walk Among Us! Over the decades, MISFITS have inspired musicians from a wide range of genres. This comp features brutal sounds from across the spectrum of heavy, with covers from HELLKEEPER, THE WRAITH,

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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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On Friday, October 13, Sentient Ruin will release Civilizing, the debut demo tape by raw black metal/raw punk/harsh noise deviants CALQUES. This reclusive and mysterious duo of audio terrorists hails from Alabama and create some of the most fucked and tortured audial torment we’ve heard all year. These five tracks

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Power violence is a genre that just doesn’t get enough credit. To the uncultured and tasteless ears, it is simply “noise” played by people who “can’t play real music like the Grateful Dead can, man.” However, to those of us who’d rather not listen to a bunch of overindulgent acid

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YAUTJA is a band that’s been gathering on the horizon like a demonic horde over the past few years. Anyone who has seen them live hasn’t been the same since. The sonic maelstrom of punk, sludge and doom that they inflict upon their listeners is unforgettable. We’re very happy to

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