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CVLT Nation Presents…
Doom Nation Vol. IV

Today CVLT Nation is bringing you the next in our heaviest mixtape series – Doom Nation Vol. IV! This epic mixtape features 19 of our favorite doom bands, including Graves at Sea, Bog Oak, Asunder, Batillus, Witch, Salem’s Pot and many more. Hit play below and prepare to be crushed!



Doom Nation Vol. IV Track List
1. Winter – Into Darkness 0:00
2. Highgate – Burial Light 9:24
3. Stoneburner – Caged Bird 18:00
4. Witch-Lord – Witch-Lord 28:09
5. Thorr’s Hammer – Norge 36:10
6. Salem’s Pot – Dr. Death 43:31
7. Huata – Thee Imperial Wizard 53:11
8. Batillus – Concrete 1:7:30
9. Serpentine Path – Disfigured Colossus 1:13:44
10. Khanate – Skin Coat 1:19:20
11. Buried at Sea – Movement 1:28:33
12. Graves at Sea – Orchid/Lord of This World 1:43:00
13. Bog Oak – A Shepard’s Teeth for a Winter Coat 1:55:32
14. Monolord – Icon 2:0:00
15. Burning Witch – Sacred Predictions 2:8:02
16. Asunder – The Fall of Elders 2:15:05
17. Fange – Cloches Fendues 2:23:25
18. St Barthelemy’s Temple – Burn Ye Coven 2:28:07
19. Witch – Seer 2:31:51

Written By

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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