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DEAF KIDS have been one of our favorite bands since we heard 6 Heretic Anthems For The Deaf for the first time. Flash forward to 2019, and they have released METAPROGRAMAÇÃO which is out now via Neurot Recordings – it’s one of our top picks of the decade! DEAF KIDS and

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In recent years there has been a number of bands trying to redefine the boundaries of extreme music. Death metal acts will usually dive more into the orthodoxy of the genre, while hardcore acts usually travel back to the genre’s origin point to find its core aggressive attributes. But then

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Heavy music comes in many different forms, and it can be more challenging then any other form of music. Case in point is Brazil’s Jesus Cremoso whose musical compositions have more creative courage than an Evel Knievel stunt. His music is complex and changes sonic shapes within seconds. Every time you listen

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If you have followed CVLT Nation since 2011, then you know one of our favorite bands in the world is DEAF KIDS! Since joining the Neurot Recordings  family, they have gone from strength to strength. They have been all over your Europe recently, even playing dates with Neurosis. Today we

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Are you fucking ready to have your mind BLOWN??? Deaf Kids & Test got together for  an intense tour  that was sponsored by Red Stripe, which started in March, playing 18 gigs in 18 days, in 17 cities trough 7 Brazilian states. What made these shows extra rad is how both bands collaborated

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There have been a few moments over the years that we’ve been doing CVLT Nation that stand out as thrilling. Those are the moments that make the grind to turn our passion into something we can live (frugally) off of worth it. A year ago today exactly, we found ourselves

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