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Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Bone started off their career by releasing the Face Prison mini-album. With this first attempt, they displayed great signs of an off-kilter attitude, with a strong punk and post-punk feeling merging with an alternative rock tone influenced by noise, and with a certain complexity in their song

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HEADS UP people, Boston-based sludge-doom heathens FÓRN have just released a new track on their Bandcamp page, the misery-bringing doom behemoth that is “Ambitions Toward Nothingness,“ and it is now available to stream below in all it’s pachydermic magnificence, and download for $1. There wouldn’t normally be much to debate about such an initiative if

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The darkest recesses of Sweden’s unfuckwithable metal legacy have long since been a part of the nation’s furniture, and to this day its distinctive din pumps vigorously and unapologetically through the hearts of emerging bands worldwide. Situated half way between the country’s capital and the spiritual home of melodic death

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It may occur to some learned metal fans that French black metal band Aum sounds more like a band from Central Asia. In song titles and ideology, Central Asia appears to be a strong topic of choice for this mysterious French metal militia, just like Cult of Fire’s fascination for

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Hip-HopMusicReviews

Last year, Alap Momin took CVLT Nation on a journey through the new heavy. What we learned was that heaviness, for Momin, is not simply about volume. It’s not about finding the next loudest thing. The new heavy is about liminal moments – standing on sonic thresholds facing out onto

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There is something fucking GLORIOUS about the music of Morphinist. Maybe it’s the fact this project births several releases a year in a constant – almost hemorrhagic – spawn of creativity; maybe it’s the one-man nature of the project that makes it so impenetrable and intimate; or maybe it’s the music’s mesmerizing and seemingly

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