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It is always a pleasure to see Spirit in the Room perform, because they always deliver. In my opinion, one of the most unique and self-contained bands in Los Angeles right now. And they delivered again during their show on June 27th at the Satellite, which was a part of

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On a warm and sunny Monday evening in Amsterdam, Scandanavian death metal torchbearers Corpsessed and Undergang’s filth ceremonies echoed from OCCII’s weirdo vault. Since its foundation in 1991, OCCII (Onafhankelijk Cultureel Centrum In It) has become hub for attracting a wide variety of underground music, but what makes it just

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If you have followed CVLT Nation since 2011, then you know one of our favorite bands in the world is DEAF KIDS! Since joining the Neurot Recordings  family, they have gone from strength to strength. They have been all over your Europe recently, even playing dates with Neurosis. Today we

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Interview by Jesse Feinman Choir Boy (Dais Records) is a synth-pop band that currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. They play a somber, introspective style of music not so far from the likes of New Order, The Wake, or even Bryan Ferry’s solo work. Their singer, Adam Klopp, is

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A couple of weeks ago, Sean and I attained one of our personal goals. Since the our first year of operations as CVLT Nation, we have been covering the almighty AMENRA – but in all the seven years since, we hadn’t had the opportunity to see them perform live. So

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I saw a ghost. To be fair, I actually saw two ghosts that night, but I will only defend the one. It was there, right by my face, and it was fucking ugly. Last summer I had a friend come visit me from beautiful Los Angeles. He’d never been to

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Annapura is one of the most iconic bands from the capital city in Mexico. Having toured the west coast in USA, and Mexico several times, and with 3 albums (and about to release the fourth) Gabriel, Daniel and Leo are creating music with an unique sound and style: fast drums,

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So what happens when one of your favorite Hardcore fests Sound & Fury is captured by one of your favorite photographers aka Slam Jameson. The end result is this INSANELY AWESOME photo essay that is happening below…Damn, I will do everything in my power to make it down to Sound & Fury in 2019! 

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