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Are you ready to feel the THC-induced sounds of the Almighty BONGZILLA to come to your town? On Feb. 26th, they kick off a HUGE U.S.A and Canadian tour, and CVLT Nation is one of the sponsors (toked & stoked!). They will be joined by their brothers in heavy BLACK COBRA, King Destroy,

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Sumac is a band that has gotten a ton of attention since their inception in 2014, and for good reason. Their debut, The Deal, was released on Profound Lore, and they have toured extensively since its release. They are embarking on a west coast tour that opens on Thursday this

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At the beginning of this year, Vancouver’s local underground music aficionados Not Your Scene celebrated their 3rd anniversary as our favourite spot to see coverage of all the local shows, alongside esteemed promoters Art Signified, at a massive two-day fest that brought the walls down at The Astoria. The talented

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It’s another year, which means another round of amazing festivals dedicated to the love of all things dark and heavy! One of the UK’s greatest and most crushing underground musical events has just been announced, and we’ve got tickets for you! DESERTFEST 2016 has a seriously stacked lineup for those who

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I’m always amazed when a two-piece rocks harder than a 4- or 5- piece band. Denver’s ORYX know how to bring the pain with their colossal sound that shakes the listener to their core! The band have a split LP with LANGUISH coming out on Battleground Records in the very near future. Today

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A few months back, I was lucky enough to catch a great gig back in Athens, which was kicked off nonetheless by a band called Mogg. Solidly standing on drone/doom, the band unleashed hell on stage, with a torturous pace, minimalistic rituals and sludge outbreak. Even though Mogg have not yet

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