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¡Libérate! ¡Libérate! ¡Libérate! We are stoked to be streaming their entire discography right here and now on CVLT Nation! Not Punk Records is releasing a 100 tapes to go along with ¡Libérate!’s appearance at this Saturdays Gnarmaggedon Fest! In the meantime, turn the volume up to 10 for the 39

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As a kid and burgeoning adolescent I spent almost every weekend for a period of years longer than I’m willing to admit at the local shopping centre. When you start to measure the passage of time by shopping mall additions and renovations you know you’re in trouble. It wasn’t just

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Death RockHardcoreMusicReviews

Criminal Code from Tacoma, Washington, play an anthemic, sneakingly melodic mixture of post-punk and post-hardcore. Formed in 2011, they’ve just released their debut LP No Device on Deranged Records, a welcome shot in the vein (or kick in the teeth) to an increasingly ethereal genre. No Device harkens back to

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On April 1st, get ready to prey at the altar of doom to the sounds of the new MONOLORD album Empress Rising, coming out via Easyrider Records. I can tell you that once you hear this record, you will realize like I did that it a fucking classic. For now,

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Self-proclaimed “prophets of an alternate death metal”, Aevangelist are just that; a monstrosity the likes of which we’ve never seen. Maybe cross Mitochondrion with Gnaw Their Tongues and you’ll get something like this – crushing blasphemy from another dimension of horror entirely. For if you fully immerse yourself in Aevangelist‘s

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Hail Spirit Noir Oi Magoi
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Less than two years ago, a bomb was dropped that decimated the world of avant-garde extreme metal. Greece’s Hail Spirit Noir debuted with Pneuma, a fusion unlike anything previously heard and a true gem in the current landscape of bedroom dwellers and post-everything noodlings. 70s prog and heavy psychedelia were

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