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MEGATON LEVIATHAN

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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MEGATON LEVIATHAN is not a band. It’s a temple. A church of sorts, a cathedral of mesmerizing sonic beauty, and Past 21 Beyond The Arctic Cell is the latest statement in this legacy, this lineage of immense cosmic power. Throughout the years, the band has been the catalyst for the

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Today we’re honored to be bringing you a stream off the upcoming Megaton Leviathan release, Past 21 Beyond The Arctic Cell, via Seventh Rule. “The Foolish Man” is a journey of massive proportions; once you step into its world, you are caught in swirling northern winds as you watch Aurora

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Bare flesh entrenched in the moist soil of hidden wood; thick, clouded air and a soft mist of sweet water. Bask in this naked moment; in the heat of passion with a lover on wet earth or the comforting complexities of solitary enchantment with all that surrounds. Kneeling in reverence

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If you’re in the LA area this weekend, Ear/Splitters & CVLT Nation bring you Megaton Leviathan, Actuary, Suffering Luna and Children of God on Sunday, January 29th at the Que Sera in Long Beach. So you know what you’re in for, we brought you Artist to Artist Interviews with Megaton

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Megaton Leviathan vs. Actuary ML: There have been so many new ways to generate music cropping up over the last few decades, what is a key piece of the technological evolution that has affected your artistic process? ACTUARY: The contact mic and handheld recorders….that and the invention of the smart

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If music has the energy to take us to other planes of thought, I know one band that is damn good at doing it, so fucking good in fact that it’s hard for me to come back to earth to write this review. I feel high & I have not

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