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Text and photos: Void Revelations FUNKENFLUGSOCIETY  The House of the Holy festival, taking place near the Austrian Abtenau, is not only a special festival because of its surroundings, it also has a very familial atmosphere. On the Neudeggalm of the organizer Resch Batholomäus, a closed society celebrated a total of 24

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Photos: Verdi ljos From the 16th -18th of February, Oration Records‘ ORATION FEST took place in Reykjavík, Iceland. Our comrade Verdi ljos was on hand to capture the musical ritual that took place featuring bands like Svartidauði, Outre, Aosoth, Rebirth of Nefast, Almyrkvi, NYIÞ, SLIDHR and SINMARA! These photos tell the story of Icelandic

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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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Few bands are more respected in underground black metal circles than Slidhr, after releasing their debut full-length, Deluge, in 2013 to widespread acclaim. Still, that fanbase is quite small in comparison than with most black metal bands embraced by mainstream black metal audiences. With their latest EP, Spit of the

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2013 has been a rather ridiculous year for Irish records, with a slew of releases coming out over the last 12 months that all deserve some place on this list but alas, it’s restricted to the number six. Honourable mentions must go out to debuts, full-length albums that lived up

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Black metal and mystique often go hand in hand. Little is known of Irish black metal entity Dúnmharú, the duo of Ross O’Connor and Cathal Hughes. Last year’s Curses Come Home record did a good job introducing Dúnmharú to us, but with a new album coming out shortly entitled Frozen

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