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In the midst of St. Patrick’s Day insanity in the French Quarter, there was a once-in-a-lifetime show featuring some of the very best bands making heavy, crushing music. The atmospheric, spacey sludge of New Orleans’ own Space Cadaver. The suffocating doom from Iowa’s Aseethe. Canada’s angry queer gloom cult, Vile

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Without a doubt, the new LEECHFEAST record Neon Crosses is going to be on our Top 10 Sludge list for 2018.  After you hear this beautiful beast in full, you will know exactly why! This band is at the top of their songwriting game – they have grown so much

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Disturbing, Twisted, Perverse and Beautiful are just some of the thoughts that come to my mind as I watch the new PRIMITIVE MAN video for the song “Sugar Hole.” This visual was directed by Marcos Morales and Neil Barrett in conjunction with Novelconcept.TV, and it is disgusting eye candy that

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The Almighty FISTER is about to CRUSH everything around them, CRUSH whatever is left in the wake of their soon to be released LP No Spirit Within that hits the streets  on April 17th followed by a US street date of May 18th. via Listenable Records. I say this without apology: HEAVY recognize

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On March 8th, 2011, CVLT Nation went live, and the first few people trickled onto the site to read our first few posts. Here we are 7 years later, releasing our 16th compilation in the CVLT Nation Sessions series – BLACK FLAG’s My War. This album may have polarized punks in

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The legendary Japanese multi-instrumentalist Keiji Haino has always been a prime figure in the experimental, free-rock, improvisation realm. His collaborations with other prominent artists have always been enticing and forward thinking, be it with krautrock masters Faust, fellow Japanese heavy experimentalists Boris, drone overlord Stephen O’Malley or jazz aficionados like

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