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Meghan

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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Summer is almost here, and to celebrate the sunny days we’re having a 25% OFF everything in the CVLT Nation Store sale this weekend only! As our loyal customer, you get an early heads up…so pick up some tanks, tees, hats, shorts & more for 25% OFF with the promo

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ArtBizarreSculpture

Via Vice In January the Satanic Temple announced plans to erect a monument glorifying the Dark Lord on the front lawn of the Oklahoma Statehouse. An Indiegogo campaign was launched with what seemed like a somewhat lofty goal of $20,000, but by the time donations ended almost $30,000 had been

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Avant GardeMusic Videos

CVLT Nation is honored to premiere the new video from HK8 for their song “Jihad” today! This Bladerunner-inspired video is a jihad on the brain – watching the white noise flash subliminal imagery across my retinas is like having someone take steel wool to my eyeballs. The sonic chaos it

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EventsFeaturesPhotography

Words & Photos by Gemma Shaw Desertfest 2014 – Camden, London DAY 1 – Friday, April 25th Wino’s Spirit Caravan are reunited after 12 years for this special one off show! They are the headliners for Friday night at Desertfest 2014 at the busy Electric Ballroom. The sound is okay,

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CVLT Nation SessionsFeatures

CVLT Nation is proud to present the third covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: MISFITS‘ seminal album Earth A.D.. This rad comp is up for exclusive streaming and free download on below, and features Baptists, Kata Sarka, Drug Lust, Xaphan, Woes, We Are The Damned, Dislich (aka

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BizarreHistory

The Museum of Human Anatomy in Naples has some very interesting medical treasures housed in its walls. Their exhibits include preserved human remains in various preparations, including some revolutionary and lost ones. There are two specimens of calcified remains prepared by Giuseppe Albini in the late 1800s, a bust of

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