These are the ten albums that stood out above the rest to us here at the CVLT Nation HQ. We listen to new music every day, and we’ve listened to literally all of the thousands of streams and albums that we’ve posted about on CVLT Nation. When music is your
Written by Geordie Stafford SIX: Internal Rot – Mental Hygiene 12” This kicked my arse when I got around to listening to it. I’ve since flogged it to almost to death. While I’m not the world’s foremost grind aficionado I know when something grabs me by the jaffas. Max
SIX: TIME KILLER – BLEED OUT E.P. In the mood for some loud, obnoxiously clamorous crust punk that sports a middle finger so large it casts a shadow over half of South America? Timekiller, take a bow. The combination of raw, hardcore punk and speed metal rock’n’roll is deliciously palpable,
SIX: KHTHONIIK CERVIIKS – Heptaedrone Iron Bonehead Productions has time-warped into the not-so-distant post-apocalyptic future to find a band playing in a desolate wasteland of human entropy, Khthoniik Cerviiks, and their ugly, primitive, fitting Road Warrior soundtrack, Heptaedrone, on cassette. Minions, rejoice! Ravage humanity with pride and play this fucker at
All reviews written by Bruce Hardt except where noted. SIX: THE BANNER - Greying Here we have it. Finally, the long awaited, highly anticipated fourth full-length from NJHC veterans The Banner. After six years, a brief break-up, line up changes and a satiating cassette, Greying is here, and it’s all that
SIX: WOUNDVAC – s/t EP When you think of Arizona, there are a few images that probably come to mind right away; cactus, guns, republicans, shitty weather, Jimmy Eat World (yeah that garbage band is from AZ), multiple beige colored buildings, Filibertos Mexican food, and of course Sheriff Joe Arpaio.