Sludge

Raising the Chalice…
ACID DEATHTRIP Review

The Netherlands, as small as it actually is as a country, is a reliable source when it comes to producing heavy bands of all kinds. There are (and were) Death and Black Metal, Hardcore and Grindcore bands internationally perceived, and

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Fucking End it All!
Woes “Valley of Desolation” Review

Woes are a band that took me completely by surprise. Very few artists I’ve come across have been able to craft such a strong debut. Valley of Desolation, Woes’ first release, pools its influences from everything from Darkthrone to GISM.

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KYLESA – Blood Ceremony – White Hills – Lazer/Wulf
SEATTLE Photo Essay

Text and Photos by Alan Hunter Things got pretty trippy at Seattle’s Chop Suey Tuesday night. Lazer/Wulf, White Hills, Blood Ceremony, and almighty sludgers Kylesa absolutely destroyed. Before Tuesday I wasn’t too familiar with the mathy, progressive metal of Atlanta’s

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YEAR OF NO LIGHT “Vampyr”
Review.Streaming.Footage

This has been brewing a while. It’s been three years since Year of No Light’s last full-length Ausserwelt and in that time the French soundsmiths have crafted out a new niche for themselves thanks to their collaborative record with thisquietarmy

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New ALL DEAD Tracks!

Hailing from Kentucky, ALL DEAD‘s new record Rise Below could get the party started in a cemetery and have all the zombies head banging! Their new 7 inch is packed with fast demented grooves that will have you spazzing out!

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CVLT Nation Interviews KYLESA

Your songs have an anthem quality to them, and I have found myself with Ultraviolet on repeat. Where does that anthem quality stem from? LP – Thanks. I’m not sure where that exactly stems from — but probably just the

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Born In The Way…
Of Eternal Grief: Oxtongue-
“Where The Light Is Mute”
Review

Oxtongue might not be familiar to a lot of my fellow doom-heads, but from here on out they should be. Combining subtle atmospherics with the oft-imitated dirge rumble of Holy Mountain-era Sleep and a crushing, misanthropic fuzz wall is what

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Huata//Bitcho – Split Review…
Huata Full Heavy Days…In Doomtown Set
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Label:MusicFearSatan Are you ready to re-enter a psychedelic state of mind? The split record between Huata and Bitcho will be the perfect companion for your trip to places where gravity has no place and time has no meaning. Three songs

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Grime:
Deteriorate – Review

Label: Forcefield Records There’s not much to say about Grime. Hailing from Trieste, Italy, these three dudes (they were four before becoming just three) came back in 2013 with their debut record, Deteriorate, their second in a discography that started

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