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Photos: Eduardo Cruz (except where noted) One of the things I get to do in my job is go to fests. I go to a lot of fests. Usually at least 8 to 10 in a year. Punk fests, death fests, doom fests you name it. This August, I found

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This is the first week that I am starting to feel normal after the unreal fest that took place in Tucson AZ called HOCO FEST. It would be really hard to put into words how rad this fest was. So I will leave it to Meghan to describe it in

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Where do you hide when an unfathomable force of nature threatens to destroy the world? What if that force of nature comes in the form of intense, Punk-ridden Powerviolence? You can’t just plug your ears and hope it goes away, and chances are if your reading Cvlt Nation, you’ll probably

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Swedish anarcho-black metal punks TRESPASSER have recently unleashed their incinerating debut album Чому не вийшло? AKA Why Didn’t It Happen?, a firestorm of anarcho-punk and black metal annihilation that sounds the alarm of the apocalypse, bringing back to mind the glory days of bands like Iskra, while also packing in

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Does the constant barrage of end-of-times news get you down? Do you ever feel like you need a soundtrack to scream and beat your chest to? Then you’re gonna need to listen to this new split EP from Seattle’s own FUCKED & BOUND and HAUNTED HORSES! FUCKED & BOUND have two tracks on the split including

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Ever since I got into Hardcore Punk in the 80’s, I have been a fan of the art that this subculture had to offer! What I did not realize when I was younger was that many of the illustrators I admired were also sick musicians. Before I had ever heard

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