Like a serpent slithering across desolate rock and sand, Amnutseba’s screeched whispers have the rasp of a Rattlesnake’s vibrating tail, fitting for a predator that writhes in the most challenging places to survive the forces of nature. The band doesn’t just stay on the blastbeat section that opens up the
Unholy depths of hell… I have a rad demo alert, and it comes from Montreal’s DEATHBRINGER. This band has gone from strength to strength since their last release – and this only a demo. What I love about this band is their layers of hate on top of layers of
Here at CVLT Nation, we are hell-bent on featuring obscure underground bands that are deserving of more attention regardless of hype, popularity, or record label marketing money. It is clearly the day and age for the DIY scene, and there is no better depiction of this trend than with the
Recitations features members of NWN! Productions alumnus Katechon, a departure for them stylistically, as Recitations features a whole lot of space-age leads and mid-tempo black metal mosh sections. There are also plenty of percussion and ambient segments on their debut release, The First of the Listeners. The theme here seems
Nuclear War Now! Productions has provided the underground scene with a steady gait of quality releases over the years, none of which ever get much adoration from mainstream fans. Bring Me The Horizon will never release a record through NWN! and that’s why we love this label so much at CVLT Nation.
Pinched from Fucked by Noise Okay, so this demo floored me. It’s so evil and filthy, so twisted and disturbed. I went into it being told it was blackened punk, but honestly this is way more deathrock than blackened punk. The main influence is very obvious: Rudimentary Peni. However, what