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There is is no fucking shame in our game over here at CVLT Nation – we are MAMMOTH ALL PIGS MUST DIE  fans. Their new album Hostage Animal is the fucking shit and gets played on the regular in our HQ. Check out this blistering full set from their most recent

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Before loading into her Tolkien-elf longship and making the trip home to the undying lands of Valinor (see: Europe), Danish enchantress Myrkur deigned to grace the lowly inhabitants of NYC with a few intimate performances, including a headlining show on August 17 at the Brooklyn home of excellent heavy music,

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From day one of CVLT Nation, one of our all-time favorite bands has been the unrelenting ALL PIGS MUST DIE. With every release, their death grip on the underground has only become stronger! The word on the street is that they have a brand new LP coming out via Southern Lord

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Last week, we premiered the first two instalments of our ‘An Exclusive Conversation w/ Steve Austin’ series, where he talks about the making of the seminal Today is the Day album Temple of the Morning Star. This year marks the 20th anniversary of this classic record being released, and so today

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For four years now, Mutoid Man has set up stakes at St. Vitus for a six buck, sixty-six cents show on 6/6 with six dollar beer from Sixpoint because Satan and party, and I can’t believe I’ve missed three of these bashes already and I’m not even really getting this

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How awesome is Oranssi Pazuzu? Very fucking awesome! With each release we have become even bigger fans of this band. The Finnish Masters of Psychedelic Black Metal have just played for the first time State side, so we would like to share with you their first NYC show at St. Vitus,

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