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Check out these moving Full Sets from PANOPTICON // WOVENHAND that took place at this years FIRE IN THE MOUNTAINS Fest. Nuff respect due to Samuel Thomas Claeys Film via unARTigNYC for capturing this outstanding footage!    

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A couple of weeks ago, absolute fucking mayhem descended on Vancouver BC for the third annual MODIFIED GHOST FEST!! Five days of heavy and heavier took over the downtown east side as metal heads overflowed The Rickshaw to see the likes of Obituary, The Black Dahlia Murder,

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Let’s all give it up for some real ROCK ‘N ROLL broadcasting all the way from New York City! Mick’s Jaguar will help you get your sleazy boogie on with the release of their new LP entitled Fame and Fortune which drops on June 22nd via RidingEasy Records! Every song on the

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NEUROSIS is like no other band, and are a HUGE inspiration for what we do here at CVLT Nation! They are tour now in Europe with DEAF KIDS and will be hitting the West Coast of North America with CONVERGE and AMENRA starting on July 6th in Seattle and will

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In the wake of Father’s Day in the US, we’re bringing you another dark, psychedelic-blues-meets-doom tale from North Carolina’s Dreamy D. Already difficult to categorize or predict, the video for “I Wanna Be Your Dad” further pushes the band away from any generic stereotypes. Beginning with a shot outside of

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles Did I tell you that I work with two metalheads now? Because I totally work with two metalheads now and that’s fucking awesome because: Metalheads are fucking awesome I can finally mention bands I’ve seen or am planning to see without sounding like a Lovecraftian

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