I’m mad mad and sick in the HEAD. I’m mad mad and fucking love the blown out punk of Sesso Violento. The Yamabushi Recordings recording artists are up to NO GOOD again with the release of their new self-titled 7 inch. I can honestly say that this motherfucker jams from beginning
I know I’m not alone in saying this, but the STAR WARS movies have become a culture unto themselves. For me personally, when the fist one came out it was the first time I had ever seen people go so crazy over a movie. I will never forget being a
If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we are ULTRA fans of PHLEGM’s creative spirit! To say what he does is street art would not be giving him the credit he deserves, because he creates some of the sickest art that I have ever seen. Today
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Bone started off their career by releasing the Face Prison mini-album. With this first attempt, they displayed great signs of an off-kilter attitude, with a strong punk and post-punk feeling merging with an alternative rock tone influenced by noise, and with a certain complexity in their song
When I’m listening to the eerie synths and driving bass of North Carolina’s Bloody Hammers, I can’t help but recapture some of the overwhelming emotion of my teenage years. This is the fuzzy, dark and melodic medicine that used to soothe my pained young soul, and reminds me that as an adult
Check out episode 25 of Favorite Records featuring Heather Gabel waxing poetic about her love for Rudimentary Peni’s Death Church. It’s pretty cool to hear someone you respect talk passionately about a record that changed your life as well. Rudimentary Peni fucking RULES, and Death Church is a classic…now watch the video!
Kings of buzz-saw heaviness Gatecreeper have finally unveiled details for their first full-length and Relapse Records debut, Sonoran Depravation. Since their 2013 inception, this Phoenician/Tucsonian quintet has ridden the well-earned hype of their four song EP, touring aggressively with contemporaries such as Fuming Mouth and Of Feather and Bone. Following
Text: Mike Hill I’ve known Aaron Turner for two decades, which sounds like a very long time; time flies on broken wings, I suppose. During that time, I’ve observed him, along with a shortlist of other like-minded individuals, transform the landscape of heavy music, propelling it forward into the new