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Death MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Triumvir Foul’s Spiritual Bloodshed seems to hint at a soundtrack for civilization’s imminent end.  Whether that be a result of a natural calamity or a result of some catastrophic feat of violence, Triumvir Foul sends shockwaves throughout the foundation of society as we know it.  The pillars are tumbling down,

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Black MetalFeaturedReviewsThrash

Galloping black metal, thrash influences, blastbeats anyone? Iron Bonehead Productions has an interesting release for fans of raging, uptempo black metal with a mix of elements, namely a self- titled cassette tape release by a band called Mouth of Madness. Always headbang-friendly, never boring, rampaging like a rhinoceros on steroids,

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Death MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Simple but well-executed, Kriegzittern and Minenfeld take the basic death metal template well-known to fans of Hail of Bullets and make it their own. In fact, it would be presumptuous to assume that either band was inspired by Hail of Bullets. They are inspired by war themes, but they both

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80s HardcoreCvltureDIYHistoryMusicRaw Punk

I was late on The Adverts. They somehow got lost in my initial exploration of the 70’s punk era. Bad move. They existed in such a small window of time. They did all the regular punk rock stuff. They did Top of the Pops and Old Grey Whistle Test. They

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Holy shit. When I heard this song, my eyes opened wide and I gripped my desk till the red came into my fingernails. This is a song you hear and as a songwriter you say, “I’m ripping that off. I don’t care.” The shrill scream of the vocals hits you

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Black MetalFeaturedMusicRaw PunkReviews

First wave black metal with punk influences has seen some small explosion in underground circles. Venomwolf released Witch of the Blackest Night in 2015, and though we’re a year late for the release date, we at Cvlt Nation would like to salute their brand of music. Occasional melodic leads are

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