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House shows go either one of two ways. Ideally, you catch up with old friends, kill some tall cans, and discover some rad new touring bands from towns you didn’t know existed. The reverse of this, of course, is you end up stuck in some shit basement while a white

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If you are not familiar with Makiko Suda, let me have the pleasure of introducing you. As the lead vocalist of the Japanese grind core band Flagitious Idiosyncrasy in the Dilapidation (aka F.I.D), she is not someone you would want to fuck with. Luckily, she’s my friend. She has been

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When it comes to the original West Coast Power Violence scene, one band has always managed to stay as a truly outsider group – that band is GASP (if you didn’t guess already from the title). They’ve been a favorite of mine since I first heard their classic Drome Triler Of

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Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it to the show in time to catch openers Evilosity, and arrived to catch Long Island, NY’s Artificial Brain mid-set. It’s my understanding that their vocalist couldn’t make it (presumably a customs fuckaround, as is far too frequently the case), so they had ended

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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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