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There’s nothing we love more here at Cvlt Nation than watching bands change and grow into distinct new territory as artists explore the limits of their abilities and learn new skills. Portland’s synth duo ‘Xibling‘ have been doing just that since their inception. After dropping two EPs last year, they’re

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With Gold and Grey’s release, Cvlt Nation looks back over Baroness’s long career to piece together how they got to this stage, tracing their sound and artistic evolution. Here, we hark back to the quieter side of their double album, the Green record. Green is a softer, smoother take. Certainly

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I won’t front, when I’m not head banging I am most likely dancing somewhere. The reason being is that for decades I have been a fan of all sorts of dance music. Which is why I really dig the new album by Mathlovsky entitled Phantoms and it’s full of fucking

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I have nothing but praise for IMPATV and their unreal videography. They have turned filming live music into a beautiful and haunting art form! They were on hand at this year’s WOODLAND GATHERING where they captured some epic footage of some unreal bands. Today we want to share with the spell-binding

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On September 27 Sentient Ruin and German dark industrial forge Cyclic Law will release the third chapter in the legacy of Black Earth, one of the current rising stars and leading forces in ritual black industrial these days, and today we’re stoked to premiere their sophomore album “Gnarled Ritual of

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Episode 3 of CVLT Cast 2019 is alive! This time, Sean talks to Michael Berdan of Uniform and Lee Buford of The Body about their collaborative record Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back. The Body is known for their collab records, and this is one of the best to date.

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