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Darkwave band Shadowlands from Portland, OR have a new music video out and Cvlt Nation is excited to premiere it here first! This video is for the song “Possessions”, the final track on their recently released 002 EP. It has one of the most endearing concepts I’ve ever seen for

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Portland post-punk band Shadowlands are finally releasing their highly anticipated sophomore album on This-A-Way Records, and Cvlt Nation is excited to premiere it here first! Featuring members of Murderbait, the members collectively have roots in Portland, Chicago, LA, and Kansas City. What really sells Shadowlands for me is lead singer/songwriter/keyboardist

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Portland based dark anarcho-punk Broken Spirit are hitting the West Coast as they simultaneously release their serious gem of a debut LP, Vultures And Pigs. It’s being released on Last Hour Records, fittingly sharing the label with Seattle’s Arcane and Oakland’s Otzi. In the vein of their predecessors and in

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It’s the archetypical PNW day and the grey, damp haze is suffocating my existence. Portland’s Marriage + Cancer get where I’m coming from – their new s/t set to release next year is the perfect dissonant and grimy soundtrack to these dark days. Today I’m going to share a small

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Street Doom…Scythe Rock…whatever you want to call it, R.I.P. bring the pain in a glorious and dirty way. The vocalist harnesses the wild look in Jack Torrance’s eyes and rides the madness into sonic outer space on a reaper’s scythe. Here at the CVLT Nation HQ, we’re addicted to the

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Vacant Stares are a fairly new gem here in Portland, but they’ve been difficult to miss lately. At this point I’ve seen them everywhere from the Out From The Shadows Festival Pre-Event Party to Doctor Who themed bar/restaurant The Tardis Room. They’re the perfect amount of gloomy, rainy post-punk and

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