Posts In Category


Black MetalDeath MetalDoomStreaming

What do you get when two of the minds behind Bay Area doom monoliths Bog Oak and Swamp Witch get together to create a doom/death/black metal monster? You get GraveCoven, a record-only project from James Rauh (Swamp Witch) and Phillip Gallagher (Bog Oak), and a masterful piece of audio torment!

Read More
Avant GardeCVLT Nation SessionsFeaturedFeaturesMusicPost-PunkStreaming

CVLT Nation is proud to present the ninth covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: JOY DIVISION Closer. This re-envisioning of one of the world’s most iconic albums features genre-bending bands Ambersmoke, Lunch, A Black People, Shadowhouse, Sun Splitter, Rape Blossoms, Fatalism, Sannhet and Rule of Thirds, with

Read More

You know those bands that make you feel unclean after just one listen, and when the record is done you find yourself taking a must-needed shower? Black Tar Prophet should come with a warning label, because this band is pure sludge-ridden sonic vomit, and it is highly addictive! They have a new

Read More
CrustDeath MetalDis-beatDoomFeaturedMusicReviewsStreaming

You can’t deny the rush of adrenaline you get when you hear a great crust album. The soaring melodies, the punishing palm-muted riffs, the aural filth, the desperation, the apocalyptic visions, the unstoppable anger and the seamless and constant blending of metal and punk is what makes crust so fucking

Read More
Black MetalFeaturedStreaming

I feel like the jackhammer of pure destruction is pressed against my head and is turned up to full blast! I’m blasting the new BLACKOSH album entitled Whores, Booze & Black Metal, and it has my whole head spinning around in a cyclone of hate. CVLT Nation has been given

Read More

One of the heaviest records that is going to come out this year is CULT OF OCCULT’s Five Degrees Of Insanity, which is being released by Vendetta, Deadlight Entertainment, and Breath Plastic Records. If you are an avid CVLT Nation reader, then you know that we really fucking represent hard for

Read More