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We all know that PRIMITIVE MAN is one of the heaviest bands doing it right now, and a major component of their awesome sound is their use of NOISE. Case in point – they are in the process of releasing a noise record entitled Steel Casket via Tartarus Records (pre-order Here) and Crown

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Tartarus Records is a label that is not afraid to push the boundaries and never follows trends. Their next release is by a killer band named Project Nefast who can not be put into a box. Their new tape is called SEX MONEY POWER and is captivating and powerful. CVLT Nation

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Tartarus Records has a new decimating release shipping today from Glasgow’s UNKIRK entitled .burial. Unkirk’s name is a Scots term for the dissolution and abandonment of the church, and with their new tape .burial they create drone that would shake the foundations of any cathedral. Today we’re excited to bring you a full

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I don’t really know what to say about A HUNDRED BLACK KITES upcoming release Arrow of Time other than I am feeling it. I’m at a loss for words because this music fits into no box in my current descriptive repertoire – and that’s why I am so moved by

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One does not need to go much beyond the origin of Gnaw Their Tongues name in order to understand what they are getting into. The expression comes from the Book of Revelation and describes one of the punishments in hell. In essence, what Mories, the multi-instrumentalist and composer behind Gnaw

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We recently premiered our Bathory s/t CVLT Nation Sessions, which featured a scathing cover of “Raise the Dead” from Germany’s black metal maniacs ULTHA. Today we’re honored to be bringing you a full stream of their upcoming second full length, Converging Sins. This is a grotesquely beautiful and unsettling release, creeping under

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