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Halloween is a time to celebrate the spooky, the scary, and the frightening. A reason for kids to don masks and demand candy from neighbors, and an excuse for some adults to dress in outlandish, sexy, or terrifying guises that would not be socially acceptable the rest of the year.

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Malthusian is the bottom basement of Hell Doom. These are the kind of sounds you might imagine going through the mind of a serial killer when they’re chopping a body up after they’ve already ritually desecrated it in the name of Satan himself. This is deep, dark, dark, dark, slimy,

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Dublin’s DESTRIERS released their new LP Cynosure last week, and if you are looking for a taste of feral hardcore then look no further. This band channels their rage with a controlled and guttural sound, and we’re very stoked to be sharing their new video for the track “Ephesus” below! You can pick

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This is fucking hot off the press Ireland’s OWLCRUSHER is one of my new favorite HATE-FILLED DOOM Bands. I just found them yesterday off our comrade Kim Kelly’s twitter – she said they were the shit, and she was right! The vocals on this release are freaking demonic as HELL

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This is the inaugural Lost Souls article for CVLT Nation, where I feature metal musicians around the world who inspire me to delve a little deeper into metal’s creative circle. Metal practitioners often start out soul-searching, looking for artistic expression to convey their deepest, darkest experiences and ideological idiosyncrasies in ways

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I am fascinated by the crossroads where organized religion and the occult meet, and one of the most profound places this happens is during the rites of exorcism. A religion that tells you that there is only one way to look at the supernatural, and yet tacitly cosigns the most

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