“I hate myself but I hate you more,” Ashley, Cold Meat vocalist. Cold Meat is a force of nature. Equal parts neo-feminist and snarling hybrid punks, this Perth-based four-piece touch on everything from toxic relationships to being repulsed by feminine hygiene products through their music. With all male-centric notions up
It is a concept; a constant need to deconstruct the reality. ‘Cause we’re not happy with it and need to create our own constructions. – Patryca Proniewska, Belgrado. There is something innately primal about Belgrado. While it’s easy to feel nostalgic when taking in this Barcelona-based post-punk outfit, the band
We all consider the album to be a very personal release… it’s centred on a sort of inside/outside dichotomy. – Ned Claridge, Stockades. Ever feel that moment in a particular song or album that makes you lose all sense of time and space? That connection you feel so deep; the
Drowning The Light have a reputation that defies the normal introduction. In a CVLT Nation exclusive, we talk to Azgorh himself about the direction of the band’s upcoming 13th full length, From The Abyss – featuring the world debut of the track, “Below The Horizon He Stalks,” from this release.
There are some bands that make you question the very nature of your own identity. Masses are one such outfit. Building dense and biting soundscapes that comment on the current state of Australia’s – and other developed countries – social make-up and the idea of ‘individuality,’ this Melbourne five-piece have
UK outfit DiE are literally no bullshit. This is a band of punks playing stripped-back hardcore in its finest form. Kicking off in Brighton a few years ago with core members operating under the VEXED moniker, a parting of ways and a few new connections saw the rise of DiE