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Ohyda is a dark hardcore punk band from Lublin, Poland, featuring ex-members of Alert! Alert!. Having formed in early 2015 shortly after the previous band’s end, they played their first gig on May 1st of that year. Inspired by music like Siekiera, Tragiedia, and Atak, Ohyda brings psychedelic and postpunk

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I dig instagram for many different reasons; one of the major reasons is that it gives people a space to visually express themselves. Even more than that, creative humans can speak through photos that inspire them and create their own digital dialog through images. Today I just got turned on to

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By Sean & Meghan CVLT Nation is a global platform for all things dark. On Nov. 9, motherfucking Donald Trump was elected to be the next President of America. For us, this was one of the darkest days in America’s recent (dark) history. Not because he is d-bag reality show star,

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Transcending Obscurity is getting ready to release the new album from FETID ZOMBIE, the pummelling death/doom project from acclaimed illustrator Mark Riddick. Epicedia‘s angry jaws will tear into the world starting Nov. 25th, and to celebrate this orgy of audio destruction, Mark will include some of his original illustrations for the album in a few

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The same has always been true for Death Fortress. They like to slow down to go mid-tempo a lot. When they do, they’re special. You can sing along to the vocal parts, and when they blast, you go back to enjoying quality prototypical black metal. They’re awesome. What more can

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Gnarly Skating, Rad Music (mostly), Crazy Stunts, Human Blood and Bad Jokes are all of the things you look for in a skate video. Well, the new video from CREATURE Skateboards entitled “KILL! SKATEBOARDING! Hitz’s Larb Vomit: Part 1 &Part 2” is fucking spot on for all the above reasons – now

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Kaspar Hauser is a Glasgow-based trio (Josh Longton, Anne Kastner, and Andy Brown) on the darker side of post-punk. Think a few shades darker: deathrock, no question! I’m honestly surprised these guys are just now hitting my radar. Their self-titled EP, which was released on Soft Power Records back in May,

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DROUGHT YEAR’s new LP ALL SYMBOLS ARE SWASTIKAS might be one of my favorite records of the year! Let me tell you why – because it is so grim while still being very beautiful in its own twisted fucked way. Imagine if Rozz Williams decided to collabo with Kevin Shields,

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