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This might my be the sickest video you see this month. CHELSEA WOLFE has released a new visual for “Feral Love” from her album Pain Is Beauty. The moving and intense visual was directed by Mark Pellington and produced by Cathy Pellow and Sargent House…This video is an excerpt from

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Over the past year, Easyrider Records from Los Angeles has become one of our go-to record labels when it comes to doom! On April 29th, they are going to get everyone high on the doomedelic sound of the new SALEM’S POT album …lurar ut dig på prärien. CVLT Nation has

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Blackened CrustCrustDis-beatGrindcoreHardcoreMusicReviews

Hailing from Belluno, an Alpine town embedded in the Dolomites of Northern Italy, come STORM{O}, a young and fucking annihilating hardcore band who’s debut album Sospesi Nel Vuoto Bruceremo In Un Attimo E Il Cerchio Sara’ Chiuso drops on 12″ Vinyl LP on Shove Records, Désordre Ordonné, Fallo Dischi, Dischi Bervisti,

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Avant GardeMusic

The title of opening track “Damnum Minatum” refers to a legal term, used by inquisitors in the late Middle Ages, which describes a coincidental mishap or accident held as “evidence” that a person suspected of witchcraft had used magic to inflict harm. The five-minute aural assault from L.A.’s Deathstench explodes

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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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80s HardcoreArtFanzinesHardcoreLiteratureMusic

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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