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via Nowness In 1982, the original Goth club opened in London’s SoHo, organized by members of the dark and glamorous Specimen, and they called it The Batcave. The club was attended by nearly every post-punk musician in the country at the time, including Robert Smith of The Cure, members of Siouxsie

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One punk band in the early 80’s that moved to the beat of their own madness was True Sounds of Liberty, aka T.S.O.L.. This Southern California band was on some next level shit from the time they first started, and they only broke more rules as they went along. As

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If you’re an avid reader of CvltNation, you might have been following LA’s The Wraith for a few years now. 2017 saw the release of their first EP Shadow Flag and since then, vocalist Davey Bales has released a few chap books of poetry. After grinding away at songwriting, finding

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For the past two years, HOME SICK Festival has been curating a night of punishing sonics and beautiful melodies. For its third incarnation, the fest is happening over two nights and in two cities – Pomona, CA on January 17, 2020 at The Glasshouse (Tickets) and Berkeley, CA on January 18, 2020 at UC Theatre (Tickets). The lineups are fire,

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Keeping it true to the influence of their other projects Catholic Spit and Maask, Ventura has cranked out yet another great outfit from the doldrums of beach town boredom – Detoxi. Debuting at an astonishing ten tracks for their first release, the tape runs the gamut between fierce classic death

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It is that time of year again, though I am sure for many of our readers (if you are like me) it never really left. This is the 5th annual instalment of this playlist. Like previous years, I try to break away from the typically goth go-to’s; after all you

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