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If you read CVLT Nation, you know that we dig The Misfits, plus Glenn’s next band is one of our favorites as well! SAMHAIN was pretty awesome; they did things musically that were really interesting and pushed the boundaries. SAMHAIN had a killer work ethic and toured non-stop from coast to

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False Figure
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The Bay area has been killing recently with its resurgence of melancholy yet pissed off punk bands. False Figure is no exception, adding fervently to the inferno blazing across a now-charred California. In just two years, they’ve made quite the name for themselves on the west coast and beyond as

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Musician, composer, artist and survivor are just a few words you can use to describe Kristin Hayter. Performing under the name Lingua Ignota, she creates a live show which has been unanimously described as an exorcism. Her mix of choral, black metal, industrial, classical and doom metal makes for an

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Masquerade of Helsinki, Finland recently released a music video for their latest single “Russian Roulette”, a sneak peek of their upcoming second album Where Nobody Can Hear You Scream being released in the Fall of this year! The album will also feature previously released track “Too Depressed To Dance” and

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Malefixio are a spooky band dishing out some incredible darkwave out of Barcelona, Spain. Their album Culto a lo Invisible was released last month and in case you missed it, it’s quite a gem! This band has a uniqueness to them while maintaining a distinctly goth image, the album swaying

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Hailing from Richmond, VA, Shadow Age have finally released their first full-length album after five years as a band! What I love about Shadow Age is how flawlessly they’re able to transport listeners to 1982 with their traditional post-punk/shoegaze sound while putting enough spins on it to create a distinct

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