True to its title, the mighty blackened hardcore and beyond duo Forest of Tygers‘ first offering Bruises hits you like a hard right cross. Guitarist/vocalist Jim Valosik’s screams pierce the first moments of the opener and title track, heralding the arrival of some seriously pummeling riffs. These aural attacks come
Our comrade CRUEL NOISE has just put up Episode 16 of their outstanding Radio show. So do the right thing: get your punk on and check out this way fucking beyond on point show! For over 50 minutes, this is your chance to go into a universe where underground punk
Funeral Chic are among a spring of blackened punk bands, splintering and reshaping black metal’s more caustic sounds into the tangible furor of hardcore and crust punk. Funeral Chic’s brand is monolithic, their five-song EP casting shadows that creep towards the horizon like a malevolent grasp. Opening track, “Good Fucking
Trondheim, Norway, located at the mouth of the Nidelva river, is harboring a dark secret beneath its picturesque streets. A war machine has begun to quietly turn its gears. Preparing to unleash seething blasts of hate, in what could be a perfect soundtrack to mustard gas-filled trenches. Foregoing the musical
1. BONE I’m at a loss in how describe this band’s brilliance, because every moment of their album For Want of Feeling alters my state of mind! On many levels, I think that BONE have created a the perfect album. This band’s songs are huge trees of emotion that cast
If you follow CVLT Nation then you know that we are huge fans of both OATHBREAKER & YAITW. So we could not pass up the chance of sharing with you their feral & mind-numbing performances at The Acheron in Brooklyn. Much respect due to PITFULLOFSHIT for capturing this insane footage!