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-(16)- is familiar with change; from an ever-rotating rhythm section to the trials addiction, there is little the LA sludge metal outfit has yet to see. Throughout a long and winding 20+ year career, they’ve managed repeatedly to surpass themselves and assure listeners that they are one of the most

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Staying under the radar, Drug Honkey has been releasing its brew of experimental doom/death since the early ’00s, putting out records independently, until 2012’s Ghost In The Fire was released by Diabolical Conquest Records. Today, they are trying to escape obscurity releasing their newest album, Cloak of Skies, through Transcending

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A live review of Cemetery Piss, Corpse Light and Och live @ Asian Taste in Baltimore Mere days after the mid-70’s had us daydreaming about the impending blackening pall of Maryland Deathfest, mid March found us locked into the jaws of an appropriately timed permafrost. Into the fray… Backlit by little

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Mysterious Italian darkwave/black-doom/neocrust band Buioingola has returned with a brand new album, and today CVLT Nation is honored to stream this icy and inconsolable beast of theirs in its full and majestic glory. It is with great sadness we must report that this will be a posthumous album, as the band dissolved

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Poland’s Unquiet Records is proud to bring you a pummelling slab of dark and apocalyptic eastern European crust – as they join forces with equally Polish dark punk-metal warriors The Throne to release their upcoming new album Frail Threads . Featuring words in their native language and vast and desolate atmospheres encased within

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Extreme drone/doom act Aseethe might work with a slow pace, but it is definitely paying off. Starting out in 2007 the band put out a series of split collaborations before releasing its debut album, Reverent Burden, an early and raw representation of their vision. A series of EPs soon followed,

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