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BLACK BOX WARNING came out with a scathing EP earlier this year entitled ATTENDRE LA MORT. This French band creates the kind of sludge that crushes your reality, but you don’t want to stop listening! CVLT Nation is stoked to premiere their twisted new visual for their song “5mg” below.

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Text and Photos: Abi Coulson/Darktones Photography Bongzilla with Dopethrone and Sons of Otis at The Fleece Bristol First trio of Canadians of the evening are SONS OF OTIS from Toronto who formed way back in 1992. Featuring just one founding member on the tour, Ken Baluke, they still kick off a

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Texan Doom duo Monte Luna self-released their debut self-titled full-length in 2017 to much acclaim and followed it up with a barrage of live activity including a tour of the East Coast of the US. Now, Italian label Argonauta Records are reissuing this massive slab of Metal on vinyl, surely

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A lineup like this is a must-see. Local noise/experimental composer Jasper Den Hartigh. Doom/sludge/grunge masters Thou. Neo-classical industrial goddess Lingua Ignota. Prolific doom/noise duo The Body. In typical “summer in New Orleans” fashion, the hot and humid atmosphere perfectly echoed the sounds created in Gasa Gasa. Den Hartigh, formerly of

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I’ve spent a week listening and subsequently wrestling with superlatives worthy of Secret Cutter‘s new and long-awaited LP Quantum Eraser. Four years in the making, you can feel every minute of hard fought chaos and perfection. Having been early adopters of the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania sludge grinders, Holy Roar Records continues

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If you know about chiptune already, the fact that people have been composing and playing music with Game Boys in the past 15-20 years will sound like no news for you. In case you’ve never heard this word before, note that we’re not talking about 8 bit videogames nerds: we’re

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