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Robert Smith would tell you he would still be wearing trenchcoats, trying to learn Hendrix songs if he hadn’t heard Low, which Smith calls the greatest album ever made. He also an claims it had more of an impact on him than any other album. A 14-year-old Siouxsie Sioux saw

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The United Kingdom has a wonderful multi-genre scene, and as such choosing the best releases from these isles is a tough job. The six records below are all different in their tone and their scale (small bands, big bands, huge productions and smaller mixes) but they stood out from the

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TEN – TETRAGRAMMACIDE  Typhonian Wormholes: Indecipherable Anti​-​Structural Formulæ Forget music. Forget anything that resembles it. Now try to imagine the incomprehensible: the complete disintegration of all matter; unit by unit, piece by piece, cell by cell. Much like what takes place in the center of a black hole, the actual experience

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TEN – TRIBULATION The Children of the Night Tribulation are a Swedish band, and The Children Of The Night is their third studio full-length. I already wrote a lot about the band’s backstory and their evolution, and you can find that here. In that same space, I said that The Children Of The Night was

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Eight – Phrenelith  Demo #1 Demo # 1 exudes a strong hint of some ancient death metal a la Antediluvian. The guitars are tuned down impossibly low. The riffs sound like muscle car exhaust rumble. The vocals are guttural as fuck, and the bass just adds to the mix to double

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SIX – PARTISAN s/t The Belgian hardcore scene has spanned a number of great acts throughout the ’00s, with very diverse sounds and undertaking quite different paths. So when you find out that there is a collaboration going on with members of Rise and Fall and Oathbreaker, it is really

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It’s been three years since we heard the ancient maw of KILLING JOKE open up to unload another guttural roar, but at long last, here it is. Killing Joke’s Pylon is all over the map, pulling from almost every genre the band has explored over their past 15 albums and 37

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The Cure is a band that has a special place in our hearts, nestled alongside music of many different genres heavy, melancholy and light. So when we got the news that Mort Subite (Megaton Leviathan, Vaital Deul, Alfheimr) and Martti Hill (Barrowlands), alongside Billy Anderson and Rob Vikernes, had put together

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We need to grab onto these fickle strands of dying light. We need to embrace The Arms in Twilight. So says LAKES, and the one-man Australian post punk band is opening a portal in the gloom with their upcoming LP Arms in Twilight. Today we’re bringing you a full stream of

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It’s time for you to hear the free spirit of SOUTHERN DEATH CULT from their Sheffield Lyceum 1982 performance, which we are streaming now, plus you can get your download on! This is one group I will never get tired of, and the impact they have had on my life can’t

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It’s our first sale as the CVLT Nation Bizarre, and it’s a good one! From Friday, Nov. 27th to Monday, Nov 30th, more than 30 of our U.S. vendors will be offering FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on all of their items! This means free shipping on items like patches and pins,

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To get post-punk right in 2015, you need the right blend of cynical indifference to go with a personality that sets you apart from your peers. Hailing from California, Cold Showers continues their five year journey into the dark and smokey corners of the night and further polish their dark,

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