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Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran Those of us on the west coast who also happen to be fans of Seattle proto-psych-stoner-drone metal ensemble Earth got a super special treat this week.  The pioneering quartet decided to perform their groundbreaking and enthralling opus “The Bees Made Honey In The Lion’s

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desert daze 2018
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For six years Desert Daze fest has steadily grown and its lineup with it, bringing legendary bangers and plenty of local Californian blood. This year’s fest looks to be the best yet and if you’re a regular Cvlt reader, you’ll probably be most interested in acts such as Earth, Chelsea

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Photos by Charles Nickles February saw the 10-year anniversary of The Bees made Honey in the Lion’s Skull. Warm, bright and psychedelic, for many long-term fans this was a time to reflect on a landmark event in doom’s history. But before their expeditions into shimmering folk doom, Earth’s experiments were

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Earth’s curious career has led them from drone-rock pioneers to gorgeous Americana-doom, fusing their natural aptitude for stark minimalism with a huge bank of influences. In their distinct second phase, The Bees Made Honey In The Lion’s Skull is a creative peak; warmer and busier and sunnier, and already celebrating its

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CvltureDoomFeaturedHistoryMusic

Check out this gem: an EARTH – aka Black Sabbath – demo from 1969! You can hear the sound that was about to make this band The Godfathers of Doom, but you can also hear some next level shit that is rad unto itself! Some of these songs sound like

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I’m sure I don’t need to say much…Check out this spot on performance by EARTH in Brooklyn at St.Vitus…Nothing but respect to Pit Full Of Shit for capturing such a rad set!   Gatefold for ‘Primitive and Deadly’ Artwork by Samantha Muljat aka Bloodbankdesign

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