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UNHOLY TRIPLE FUCK….FANGE is back with another insanely good LP called Pourrissoir that drops on March 17th via Throatruiner Records and Lost Pilgrims Records. As you might already know, we made their debut album Purge our top sludge album of 2016. Pourrissoir is already in the running for the number one

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Art Signified 4 Year Anniversary Night One: High On Fire, Archons, Waingro, Astrakhan, Dead Quiet, Heron and HEDKS. At the Rickshaw, Vancouver BC on January 20th, 2017. Presented by Timbre Concerts and Art Signified I am going to keep this write-up as brief and simple as possible, simply because it would

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Photos and Interview by Teddie Taylor It was nearly three years ago that Baton Rouge sludge/drone/punk/doom metal band Thou released their brilliant, forward-thinking fourth LP, Heathen. In the seemingly long time since then, though, they’ve collaborated twice with fellow genre-evaders The Body, put out half-a-dozen various splits and EPs and

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Following the release of their Doubt EP in 2015, I was really looking forward to what King Woman would do next. And soon enough, the band is putting out their debut album, Created in The Image of Suffering, through Relapse, making good on their promises of ethereal doom tones and

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Just a couple of weeks ago, we released our latest in our compilation series The CVLT Nation Sessions: BLACK SABBATH’s iconic self-titled debut. If you’ve been one of the thousands who streamed and downloaded this comp, you know that each and every band on it brought their own distinct flavor to

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Bathsheba, the newly formed band from Belgium, carries a lot of the scene’s DNA in its lineup. The history of the individual members goes into some of the more interesting releases of the extreme metal genre of the past years, including ex-Serpentcult vocalist Michelle Nocon, Dwight Goosens of death metal

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