Czech black metal
Jaroslav Panuška painted many of the creepy, downright disturbing artworks below in the early 1900s. At a time when such nightmarish images would have been anathema to the mores of society, he explored our inner fears of death and abandonment. His paintings practically ooze a sense of melancholy loneliness; just
TJ Kliebhan interviews NIC. Czech artist Nic have granted CVLT Nation the band’s first interview in English. Because of the language barrier and not every member of Nic speaking fluent English, the band felt comfortable addressing the questions together and speaking as a group. Why the decision to go nameless?
Exclusive CVLT Nation Streaming: “Jdi a Dívej Se” – A Benefit Black Metal Compilation for the Czech Antifa
Jdi a Dívej Se (“Idi i Smotri”, or “Come and See”) is a breath-taking Russian movie from 1985, and now also a compilation presenting seven Czech black metal bands deeply rooted in their local hardcore/punk scene, and released digitally by Coffee Breath Records. Each band provided previously unreleased material recorded exclusively