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Barshasketh “Dominion of Ashes” + Review

Scotland’s Barshasketh have been slowly but surely making a name for themselves on their home ground,

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Gilded Lily – L’ Acephale Review + Full Stream

Raw punk-infused death metal with occasional black metal rasps? What will guys come up with next?

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Outer Heaven Diabolus Vobiscum Review + Full Stream

It’s always interesting to see a band’s progress, especially what areas the tempering of their sound

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Dorthia Cottrell – Self-Titled Album Review + Stream

For fans of heavy music, the name Dorthia Cottrell is definitely familiar. The singer of the

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Total Dread: MIZMOR & DROSS Split Review

מזמור , also known as Mizmor, is a member of Oregon-based doom metal gods Hell, and

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Ithaqua – Initiation to Obscure Mysteries Review

Iron Bonehead Productions must have dug this album out of some moldy treasure chest. Ithaqua’s Initiation

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Cease – Humanity
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Metallic hardcore has been beaten to death, with countless bands taking their own spin on the

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White Wards “Cigarette Burns”
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Since I started contributing to to CVLT Nation, I have had the opportunity to not only

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Offerstigen – Drankt / Genomsyrad Album Review + Full Stream

Hailing from Sweden, Offerstigen are unleashing their debut album, Drankt/Genomsyrad, making it their third overall release.

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CVLT Nation Streaming: Haapoja and Dephosphorus Collaboration LP +Review

Collaborative works can either be a complete misfire or work against all odds, despite the stylistic

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Mannveira – Von Er Eitur Demo Review + Full Stream

Holy smokes, Satan! Mannveira just got played five times on repeat while I swivel on my chair at Al Necro HQ multi-tasking with great difficulty. The reason being that the music on Mannveira’s Von Er Eitur is absolutely spellbinding. I’m having to follow the rung notes to the speakers that give them life in my home office, and I have to say that I really missed out on this band writing my 2014 End of Year List.

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Skull-Crushing Heaviness: THOU and THE BODY – “You, Whom I Have Always Hated” Review

After having released an utter barrage of scum and hate on us throughout 2014 (both bands have released EP’s, splits and full-lengths throughout the year), The Body and Thou have returned, once again, with another frightening manifestation of their hemorrhagic output and prolificity, and with another monument to complete auditive annihilation.

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