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CVLT Nation is proud to bring you a true headfuck today. Featuring members of Canadian extreme metal terrorists like dark grind destroyers WAKE and avant-grind anomalies Seminrary – Mind Mold have a created an authentic enigma of a debut with their self titled EP. Inside this tape you will find some of the most

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Remember Pharaoh? Back in 2014, the genius New Jersey-based “depressive hardcore” band released their masterpiece debut full-length Negative Everything on the A389 label to critical acclaim, gifting the world with something unique, harrowing, and unseen which no one in hardcore had attempted before: bending punk rock to the plight of depressive rock to

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One of the most captivating doom bands to ever see the light in Italy. After the success of their debut album Belfry (released by Auralmusic in 2016), several gigs and one European tour, Italy’s Messa is ready to hit the United States for ten unmissable dates. With their sound that

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It is with great pride today that we bring you a harrowing glimpse into a shattered world devoid of all sanity. Show of Bedlam are a Canadian avantgarde doom metal band from Montreal who are impossible to truly define and pretty much sound like nothing else out there – and are

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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.

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One of the most criminally overlooked releases of 2016 was surely Bädr Vogu‘s skull-crushing second album Wroth. It is essentially our moral duty to put this album back on the radar where it belongs and give it the attention it deserves, because Wroth is simply a massive headfuck of an album that

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