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One of the sickest tours so far this year was the PRIMITIVE MAN & SPECTRAL VOICE East Coast run that just took place! If you don’t believe me, check out this devastating, suffocating footage of both bands killing shit at the Meatlocker, captured by unARTigNYC. So here is some good news

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There’s something brutal brewing in Texas… If you’re a fan of heavy underground music and you’re in the vicinity of Austin, you need to be there in June to witness the 2nd annual AUSTIN TERROR FEST! It really is the heaviest fest in the southwest, featuring sets from YOB, EXHORDER,

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Last year sucked in a ton of ways, but it had it’s bright spots. One of the brightest for us was NORTHWEST TERROR FEST! Not only was it expertly curated and seamlessly run, but the passion of all in attendance was palpable. The crowd was made up of people who

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Disturbing, Twisted, Perverse and Beautiful are just some of the thoughts that come to my mind as I watch the new PRIMITIVE MAN video for the song “Sugar Hole.” This visual was directed by Marcos Morales and Neil Barrett in conjunction with Novelconcept.TV, and it is disgusting eye candy that

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3 Hours of DOOM curated by PRIMTIVE MAN for our 7th Anniversary! No more words needed…other than GET FUCKED GET DOOMED! Download the full Mixtape HERE!   CVLT Nation 7th Anniversary Mixtape – PRIMITIVE MAN Track List: 1. Archgoat – Goat and the Moon 2. Asunder – A Clarion Call

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TEN – DEMONSMOKE  Morphine Moonshine Read interview HERE… Morphine Moonshine by DEMONSMOKE   NINE – DROUGHT YEAR Nothing More Than It’s mostly G-rated, when it’s not violent, sick and twisted. That speaks to the accessibility of what you can expect from Drought Year‘s sophomore release – Nothing More Than Worthless. Following

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