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From the ashes of eighties deathrock legend Scarecrow and the NYC post-punk goth rock scene emerges Drezden, featuring former Scarecrow guitarist Joe Truck on guitars and vocals. Drezden exemplifies deathrock here and now in the twenty-first century, still sending goth rockers patrolling abandoned buildings and derelict graveyards to go soul-searching,

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CURSED MOON is what happens when Black Metal hangs out hard with Death Rock and they decide to have a bastard child. This band sounds like no other, and is loved by the whole CVLT Nation clan! Have you heard their debut record Rite of Darkness (out now on Headbangers

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For the YouTube fiends out there, you know that stagnation has become as synonymous with the platform as Google and Clickbait. In the wake of what’s known as the recent “adpocalypse” (aka the demonetization of any content that isn’t PG), professional content creators are disillusioned with investing their time in

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For the past three years, a femme-heavy powerhouse of dark dance stimulation has been releasing shot after shot of digital albums, waiting for the perfect moment to strike North America and unleash its black fury on our hungry masses. Utilizing the best in throwback synth to provide bottom-end drones and

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There’s plenty of stuff going on in the punk-rock world right now, but La Vida Es Un Mus (LVEUM) is definitely one of the labels you have to periodically check for releases if you want to listen to the real stuff. That’s why it’s so frustrating to write about them

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I remember several years ago booking a tour and browsing Bay Area femme-fronted punk bands that erred on the side of cavernous or aggressive and while we never wound up playing together, I was blown away by the nondescript ephemera Moira Scar exuded both acoustically and aesthetically. I thought to

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