I love fantasy art. I’ve covered so many fantasy and sci-fi artists in the pages of CVLT Nation, and it’s gotten to a point where I’m just not as inspired by the bodacious blondes and redheads, no matter how many weapons they’re wielding or how skimpy their ragged loincloths. But
via Monster Brains Anyone else bored by modern day movie posters here in North America? I feel like a lot of the time it’s just a black background with a date on it. All the glitz and glamor is saved for the overpriced theatre. I would go to a lot
I’d say I’m hungover because I probably am but at least I had the good sense to decline Daikaiju’s invitation to party because – though I’m sure that would’ve been one of the more memorable mistakes I’ve made in the last few years – I had a pretty solid hunch
Amazing music – check, futuristic thought through costumes with white wigs – check, high level production with beautiful lights and just the right amount of smoke – check. In other words, Drab Majesty put up one hell of a show to celebrate the release of their new album “Modern Mirror”.
Grendel have recently played a packed headlining show at the Catch One club in Los Angeles. One of the best things about this music is that it can be enjoyed from so many different perspectives. First a little bit of history, Grendel is an industrial electronic project, also often categorized
Photos by Tim Birkbeck from the tour’s London show A night of pure extreme music is all you need. And with a line-up that includes the likes of sludge/hardcore fiends Fange, straightedge crust arsonists Sect, old-school hardcore punk legends Terror and of course the mighty Converge, one cannot go wrong.