RAW FILTH, PRIMITIVE WAR, PAIN and SUFFERING, FERAL FREEDOM are some of the words that swirl in my mind as I listen to the new LP by Youth Attack‘s GRINNING DEATH’S HEAD entitled Blood War. I am in shock at how good this record is. From the very first moment I started playing it,
One of the things that boggles my mind looking at the reality that has forced itself upon us is that people still refer to the system in terms of “politics” and “politicians.” The people who have settled themselves uncomfortably into the U.S. administration (and behind the scenes into arguably all
Covered previously here at Cvlt Nation, it’s that time of year again: Blood of Wolf Fest. Back for a third installation from March 24th to 26th, the rising tide that is this underground fest that takes place in Lexington, Kentucky once again boasts a strong, diverse line up some of
D.C. has been at the center of wars for generations. While the city has perpetuated a myth of America as the land of freedom, peace and prosperity, the machinations of war have sent its youth across the globe to commit murder and mayhem. PAIN TANK take this diabolical legacy of
Shit is about to get real fucking HEAVY in Europe, because both CULT OF OCCULT and GRIM VON DOOM are hitting the road in honor of their split that came out this year on Vendetta Records. CVLT Nation is stoked to be one of the sponsors of this massive event! If
It took seven years, but Unearthly Trance have returned with Stalking the Ghost, the catchiest, most direct album they’ve done since their 2006 Relapse Records debut, The Trident. That the band has managed to conjure up an album of this caliber after such a layoff should come as no surprise.
Florida may be sunny and beautiful, but there is plenty of darkness to inspire bands like WELTESSER to create metallic doom that feels like drowning your soul in a swamp. They just released their debut full length, Crestfallen, through Prosthetic Records, and we’re stoked to bring you an exclusive premiere
Growing up on the west side of Los Angeles during the 80’s meant you spent lots of time with your mom driving you around. I use to have my trips mapped out by Black Flag flyers & posters. I would do the same thing when I skated around – search