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TEN – LUNACY Disposition  I can feel the melodic dirge of LUNACY over me as I listen to their music on repeat and it feels AWESOME! I freaking love this band, because I always find my mind being taken over by their songs which draws me into their hazy universe. They

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next in our series of underground classic compilations, MISFITS legendary album Walk Among Us! Over the decades, MISFITS have inspired musicians from a wide range of genres. This comp features brutal sounds from across the spectrum of heavy, with covers from HELLKEEPER, THE WRAITH,

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“Panopticon playing on a stage in the forest? Yes, please.” This quote was taken directly from an email I sent to Cvlt Nation Witch Queen Meghan MacRae last week. If you are like me, and the idea of Panopticon possibly playing in the forest is enough to have you scrambling

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The DREADLORDS sound like no other band, and that is why I fucking dig them so much! Their debut record Death Angel, released by NOT JUST RELIGIOUS MUSIC, is a classic, and now the band is back with their new LP Reaper which hits the streets on April 29th via Urban Yeti

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With all of the injustices happening around the world right now, and police brutality rampant in our own backyard, this new DREADLORDS cover of THE DOORS song “Five to One” is extra powerful. The band’s performance of this classic song is fucking UNREAL. Hold on, it’s gets better – Samantha

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Moonchild is the debut release from the mysterious Pennsylvanian project Bride, out on Black Angel’s Death Cult. It appears that Bride shares members with ritualistic noise act T.O.M.B. and dark blues group Dreadlords, but beyond that, not much is known about the project besides what can be gleaned from the

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