These are busy people. This year alone, No One, Sam and Brian opened for black metal legends Watain at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, collaborated with Mayhem’s Manheim and Hellhammer, put out a full-length album (Fury Nocturnus) and a compilation (Pennhurst/Xesse) under the Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy (T.O.M.B.) moniker, plus another
Over two years ago, in my review of Cult of Youth’s Love Will Prevail, I wrote that it “really is one of those rare ‘next level’ LPs that bands always strive to create,” and I think I also called it a “game changer.” These are words that I still stand
Check this out: two amazing full sets from two spot on artists! Our comrade unARTigNYC captured EARTH & KING DUDE‘s most recent NYC shows at the St. Vitus Bar….After you watch these kick ass performances, make sure to pick up both band’s new albums because they are the shit!
KING DUDE is an artist on many levels; not only does he push forward with his music – case in point, his latest offering FEAR via Not Just Religious Music – he is also adept at creating visuals that expand on his sound, but also tell as story of their
We are so stoked that this day is here! We’ve been working on a new project here at CVLT Nation, and we’re proud to say that Issue 1 of CVLT Nation Magazine is now online! We’ve taken one of our most popular features, Seven Stories, as the inspiration for our
Label:Crucial Blast T.O.M.B. (Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy) is one of the most creative and distinctive entities currently operating in the realms of black metal and noise, with a singular approach and a slew of releases including Black Crypt Worship, Sacrilegium, Macabre Noise Royale, Uncovered Ancient Gateways, and the forthcoming Pennhurst/Xesse