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Masquerade of Helsinki, Finland recently released a music video for their latest single “Russian Roulette”, a sneak peek of their upcoming second album Where Nobody Can Hear You Scream being released in the Fall of this year! The album will also feature previously released track “Too Depressed To Dance” and

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Malefixio are a spooky band dishing out some incredible darkwave out of Barcelona, Spain. Their album Culto a lo Invisible was released last month and in case you missed it, it’s quite a gem! This band has a uniqueness to them while maintaining a distinctly goth image, the album swaying

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Portland’s gothic industrial festival was originally founded in 2007. This year, 18 incredible goth/industrial and related bands are taking over Paris Theater for 3 action packed nights from Friday, August 10th to Sunday, August 12th. You’re probably already familiar with several of the headlining bands, many of which got their

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Hailing from Richmond, VA, Shadow Age have finally released their first full-length album after five years as a band! What I love about Shadow Age is how flawlessly they’re able to transport listeners to 1982 with their traditional post-punk/shoegaze sound while putting enough spins on it to create a distinct

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Introducing the brand new music video from darkwave solo project Dancing Plague! This one is for “Slow Years”, the first track off the Pure Desperation album released in March of this year. Previously known as The Dancing Plague of 1518, the Spokane, WA based artist is a true master of

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The current subcultures that surround our readers here at Cvlt Nation have tended towards more gloom, as our world seems to be plunging itself into an irredeemable oblivion. While getting back to the Batcave, as another Cold War seems imminent or indeed existent, depending on who you ask, some bands

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