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Text & Photos by Charles Nickles I left the Super 8 this morning in search of a sensible breakfast. Some scrambled eggs, maybe with nice side salad. Maybe some melon. You know, something filling but fibrous with vitamins and minerals a body needs to keep itself alive. But then I found

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The two DOOM heavyweights CHRCH and BODY VOID are unifying for a tour that starts on July 11th and is being sponsored by CVLT Nation. Both bands have just released unreal records that you can check out below. Both CHRCH and BODY VOID will both be performing at this year’s Austin Terror Fest that

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Standing at a crossroads of light and dark, CHRCH create epic, lengthy songs, with a massive low end, and a supernatural vocal presence, in a perfect blend of height and depth. CHRCH has been hard at work crafting their particular sound since 2013. There is no image or gimmick to uphold, only the

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There’s something brutal brewing in Texas… If you’re a fan of heavy underground music and you’re in the vicinity of Austin, you need to be there in June to witness the 2nd annual AUSTIN TERROR FEST! It really is the heaviest fest in the southwest, featuring sets from YOB, EXHORDER,

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TEN – TRUE LOVE // WHITEWURM Unholy fuck, I love my job, because on a daily basis I get to hear some of the best music that the underground has to offer!!! Case in point is the new True Love/Whitewurm split that is coming out on Les Fleurs du Mal in the next

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next in our series of underground classic compilations, BLACK SABBATH’s legendary self-titled debut album! This timeless album came out almost 47 years ago, but today we’ve brought together eight of underground doom’s finest to bring a fresh take on Black Sabbath’s iconic sound – Beastmaker, CHRCH, Jupiterian,

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