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The other day, I went to our homies Aborted Society, and saw this interesting post about Italy’s Radio Fango FM. I said to myself, I need to share this with our CVLT Nation readers, because these humans’ song selection is fucking on point. Loads of bands that we dig are

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I didn’t think it was possible but Deathhammer have raised the bar, which had been set in 2010 by their full length debut Phantom Knights, with the release of their second album Onward To The Pits this year on Hell’s Headbangers. Not since the almighty Darkthrone have two dudes from

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What skateboard company has cast a spell on me? The UK’s WITCHCRAFT Hardware – by far they are one of our favorite skate companies around. One thing that I give them respect for is their D.I.Y. mindset, and the way they have a pure affinity for the dark arts! It

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I grew up around skaters that had a killer style in the way they worked their mojo on a board. I guess that’s why certain skaters have never been on my radar even if they had sick tricks – if they did’t have style, I really could not check for

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Fun, or better yet freedom…these are the words that come to mind when I think of skateboarding! There has been one publication that has represented skating from a punk mindset since the 80’s, and that has been San Francisco-based Thrasher magazine. Their editor-in-chief Jake Phelps is an OG hardcore kid

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Tony Alva changed skateboarding on so many levels; his solo career as a ripper in the 70’s & 80’s is well documented. To me, he reached a whole different universe in the mid 80’s with ALVA Skates and the crew of skaters that he brought together. It seemed like that

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I know who I am, but I don’t know who I would be without skateboarding. I can say for a fact that growing up being a part of the Venice skate culture in the 70’s was my gateway into the social hardcore scene. My skating roots were very localized and

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From the black flames of Hades comes one skate collective that represents the real side 666%, and they go by the name The Barrier Kult. Not much is known about this balaclava-rocking horde of Canadian skaters, but I do know they have a gnarly clothing company, BA. KU., plus they

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