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Today we’re very happy to be premiering a full album stream from blackout metalpunk horde SACROSCUM, the blasphemous Drugs & Death, their newest full length out on October 28th via Unholy Prophecies. You can pre-order Drugs & Death right here! This album makes me want to crowd kill my way through Merck

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My mind is in pain and my soul is numb, so I turn to the wretched sounds of the new FALLOW FIELDS recordings for solace. The three releases we are are sharing with you are different, but all three are Lo-Fi gems that you should have in your collection. All

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Photos: Milton Stille One of the last dry nights in Vancouver, Jesus Piece rolled through town (literally – they spent the day skating around in the cold sunshine) and blasted the roof off of 333 alongside Mortality Rate, Wasted Breath, Trench and Your Problem. Sean and I have been looking

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One of the earliest posts I did for CVLT Nation’s art category was a profile on the work of Sarina Brewer, a pioneer of “rogue taxidermy” and one of the founders of The Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists (MART), which is an international association despite the reference to its founding state. When

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It is with great pleasure today that we bring you some authentic aural dismemberment. Not sure when or how MALEFIC LEVITATION came to be exactly, but goddamn, their music is unholy fucking destruction. This duo from Fresno, CA, came out of nowhere, got picked up by Sentient Ruin for the US

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O.C. O.G. – An interview with Rikk Agnew Punk rock dark lord and master of the octave chord Rikk Agnew has left his sonic prints on more red hot and poisonous projects than you’ve had furtive wanks. Emerging out of the embryonic Orange County punk scene in the late 70’s,

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Cursed Moon’s 10-track Rite of Darkness debut LP opens with tolling churchyard bells and synths, announcing a gloomy atmosphere appropriate for a project that bills itself as a kind of hybrid between the worlds of 80s trad gothic rock and early black metal. Powered by minor-note obsessed guitars, a drum machine,

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1984 was the year that The CURE were at the top of their game. It was also the year I got to see them live for the first time at the Kabuki Theater in San Francisco. All of my homies wanted either to be Robert Smith or to kiss Robert

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