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Death MetalFeaturesMusicStreamingWar Metal

Sometimes I have visions of impaling all Vatican priests on rusty, diseased spikes! What band’s music would be the perfect soundtrack for this day of morbid fun? ANTICHRIST SIEGE MACHINE‘s insane brand of dirged-filled Demonic Beastial War Metal is the kind of music that would be my choice! They have

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Death RockFeaturesMusicPost-PunkStreamingUncategorized

During the early ‘10s, a strange act from Texas using the moniker The Great Tyrant appeared. Through their unconventional line-up, which included synths, drums, bass and vocals, The Great Tyrant projected a vision of extreme experimental music through doom laden riffs, psychedelic interludes and a blackened demeanor. Unfortunately the band

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MAGGOTBREATH are the sludge demons that you need to know about. Unholy fuck, this band’s debut tape should be quarantined, because this some diseased fucking sludge! They lay down the kind of larva-infested riffs that will have your skin crawling. 100 MAGGOTBREATH tapes will be made by the always fucked

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Black MetalFeaturesMusicStreaming

Have you heard the depraved Black Metal of TREST? Today CVLT Nation is beyond proud to present to you their new record Ordalium in full. TREST’s new offering of sonic death is coming out on July 3rd via Caligari Records. This record is a collection of songs that will be

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturesFilmMusicMusic VideosNeo FolkStreaming

CHIEF GHOUL’s about section on his Facebook page says “Johnny Cash and The Misfits spawned a thing called Chief Ghoul” – and if ever there was a more CVLT Nation description, I haven’t read it (outside of Sean’s posts). The minute I hit play on his video for “Take My

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If you’ve ever enjoyed a horror movie, you’re going to get a kick out of this song “Shears” from Richmond, VA’s BLEACH EVERYTHING. It reads like a list of horror’s most popular components from the 70s-90s (I feel like the list has changed over the past couple of decades). Listening

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