Meghan
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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 webzine and clothing.

DoomEventsFeaturesStreaming

Easyrider Records is getting ready to put out MONOLORD’s Empress Rising nest week, and we want to give you an opportunity to win yourself a copy on vinyl and CD! Just pre-order Empress Rising via iTunes, post a photo of your receipt on FB or instagram and tag #cvltnation to

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FeaturesTour Dates

CVLT Nation is proud to be a media sponsor of the just announced ANCIIENTS Canadian tour! These guys will be hitting a shit ton of Northern cities in June and July of this year alongside Black Cobra and Black Wizard, starting with their epic tour kickoff show June 17th at

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Sculpture

Jason deCaires Taylor grew up in Southeast Asia and knows first hand the vital nature of the world’s reef system. Human beings are doing their best to wipe them out with pollution of the land, air and sea, but deCaires Taylor is contributing to the artificial reef systems with his

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Bizarre

Via PolicyMic By Vivian Giang “How do you want to feel after smoking pot?” is one of the first questions Sloane Poorman asks clients at the marijuana dispensary she works at in Boulder, Colo. She then tries to figure out their tolerance level by asking, “How often do you smoke?

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FeaturesPhotographySeven Stories

Photographer: Lee Lidbury Site: www.leelidburyphotography.com Based In: Toronto ONE This photograph is of a very unassuming part of a nature trail I would frequently pass through on my mountain bike. I think it comes across a lot more sinister then it really is.

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80s HardcorePower Violence

Gifford Stylus Interviews Robert Williams 1984 – Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA – A quaint herring-run lined square in a suburban mill town outside Boston first had its peace disturbed by a new, deafening degree of dissonance blasting from a church cellar Fellowship Hall rehearsal space. SIEGE spewed raw hatred for war

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