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It’s never too late for a review of a worthy Iron Bonehead Productions album, especially in the case of Warpvomit’s 2016 release, the underrated, Barbaric Triumph of Evil, war metal’s best release from last year. War metal like this is always welcome at Cvlt Nation. This bombastic, vocal-vomit ridden full-length

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Death RockFeaturedMusicReviews

Virgin In Veil are a Finnish deathrock band featuring Jacques and Suzi Sabotage of Masquerade. Their Deviances album was released in October 2016, and they subsequently toured Europe to promote it (check out my interview with them about the tour). Now I’m reviewing the album itself, which I recently received on

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Black MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

I’ve met Liam from Urzeit in person, and you wouldn’t say that behind such a quiet, humble, and polite person there is some of the most repulsive, lawless, and wretched music spawned from the American underground in recent years. Not only is he the puppetmaster who secretly pulls the strings

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Black MetalDeath MetalFeaturedFeaturesMusicReviewsStreaming

Abruptly emerging from the depths, with no press or hype or teasers, but with just merely a few days warning, Teitanblood, in the waning moments of another dying year have dropped Accursed Skin. The follow up to their ungodly second album Death, this new slab of abominable Black/Death will more

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Death MetalMusicReviews

The corpse of old-school death metal still looms large over the metal scene, a number of years after the new wave of old-school death metal trend washed back into the underground like the raw, putrid sewage it was meant to be. Suitably underground, intense, and Scandinavian-influenced, another set of landmark

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FeaturedMusicPost-PunkRaw PunkReviews

Blame black metal for the ragged lo-fi punk coming out of Norway being a few shades darker than the punk coming from closer to the equator. Black metal certainly leaves its stain on Okkultokrati’s new album. The first song is possessed by growled vocals not far removed from Darkthrone’s black ‘n

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