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Argento Records is getting ready to release a new album from Greek black metal hordeNATVRE’S  entitled Early Cvlts on Oct. 22nd, and today we’re sharing their track “Death of the Earth” with you! Maybe I’m just obsessed with GOT right now, but this sounds like the soundtrack to the army of

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Forged from the remains of a great Athenian death/grind/hardcore act Straighthate, Dephosphorus have been on a rampage since the release of the Axiom EP in 2011. Choosing the label “astrogrind” to better describe their music, freeing themselves from the constraints of existing tags they have released some excellent works, especially

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A few months back, Omega Monolith, the drone duo from Athens released their EP, Vile, establishing their ability to manipulate time and space, with the endless guitar loops, intriguing drum patterns and construction of soundscapes leading the way through the twenty minutes of the EP. Just a few months after,

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I was raised going to church and Sunday School, and while my parents luckily didn’t reinforce it at home, I was exposed to the intolerance of sexual acts that is rife in most organized religion. While my Sunday School teachers didn’t get into the nitty gritty of “sex is bad,” or teach me

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Veterans of the Greek death metal scene, Soulskinner released their third full-length album Crypts of Ancient Wisdom last October. In this interview, I am catching up with Bill (guitarist) to discuss their newest album, its inception and production, as well as the current activities in the Greek extreme metal scene

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What time is it? It’s time to Post Rock Hard! CVLT Nation is stoked to bring you the new video by Greece’s Minerva Superduty entitled “Sklenos”…Much respect due to Thanos Mitsios for directing this surreal visual.

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