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Post-Punk

CVLT Nation SessionsFeaturesPost-Punk

CVLT Nation is proud to present the fourth covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: JOY DIVISION’s Unknown Pleasures. This compilation features Arctic Flowers, Cemetery, Pinkish Black, Theologian, Old Witch, Dreadlords, Annex, Masses, Crimson Scarlet and Sun Splitter all doing their take on Joy Division’s seminal post punk

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Black MetalDoomFeaturesGrindcoreHardcoreMixtapesPost-PunkSludge

Now this is pure A389 Recordings insanity!!! They have just released a 54-track digital mixtape that’s FREE!…Nuff said…support this this killer label, home to so many on point bands! A389 2014 DIGITAL MIXTAPE by A389 Recordings

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Music VideosPost-Punk

This is fucking so sick: check out this full set from Austin’s INSTITUTE. This outstanding young post punk band has a stellar self titled EP out on Deranged Records. Their DIY in-studio performance is spot on and reminds me of watching lo-fi public access shows growing up! If INSTITUTE is

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Post RockPost-PunkReviews

For those that enjoy punk music but crave something a little more on the garage/artsy side of punk, Nottingham’s Guilty Parents are probably the match made in Hell you’ve been waiting for. Guilty Parents play a solid blend of art rock, punk and garage while incorporating various effects and flashing lights in

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HardcorePost-PunkReviews

Texas punk band KURRAKÄ‘s 10-song self-titled LP is a blistering dark thrash attack that borrows elements from bands like Tozibabe, from the dark punk tradition of “Siniestro” Spanish bands like Paralasis Permanente, Morticia y Los Decrepitos, and Alaska y los Pegamoides; and (musically and viewpoint-wise) from the anarcho-punk tradition of

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Black MetalDeath RockDoomHardcoreMusicPost-Punk

1. The NIHILISTIC FRONT Now this I just do not understand: how an ultra heavy band like The NIHILISTIC FRONT is not more well known. Their 2013 album Procession To Annihilation is a Death Doom classic. If you consider yourself a fan of monolithic music and don’t dig this band,

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