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Couch Slut I’ve been a fan of Brooklyn’s Couch Slut for a few years but it was only recently have I had the pleasure to see them play live. It was angry, noisy, and confrontational. Exactly what I had anticipated. To call them a “noise rock” band is just lazy.

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Berlin’s infamous noise rock squad CUNTROACHES will be unleashing their first ever vinyl release through Teratology Sound & Vision and Instruments Of Discipline on July 20th. After their insane show in Cardiff, Wales earlier this year, CVLT Nation caught up with the band to find out exactly what it is

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Amenra & Boris – Thekla, Bristol, UK February 14th 2018 The pairing of Belgian post-metal masters Amenra and experimental Japanese noise-makers Boris on this co-headlong European tour of which the setting of the Thekla in Bristol was the first date was always going to be a dream match for music

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This is a band that we’re very excited to hear more from this year – Lexington, KY’s NEST is getting ready to release their new full length Metempsychosis on March 2nd via Sludgelord Records. Nest create a cacophony of terrifying and psychedelic sounds that will pull you into their bleak universe. It’s a

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Unsane, the influential noise rock trio that formed in New York City in 1988, played at Southern Lord Europe Fest in Amsterdam. I talked with Chris Spencer, vocalist and guitarist, about the new album and much more.     Your last album, Sterilize, came after Wreck (2012). How long did it

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French sludge-core abusers FANGE delightfully return with Pourrissoir – a new and incredibly foul long player of brand new songs that has swiftly followed the release of their inhumanly wretched full-length from 2016, Purge. Not much has changed in the Fange world in a little under a year, and that’s a good thing. Pourrissoir showcases once again

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