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Anchoress, out of Vancouver, BC, are releasing their second full-length, Crime & Compass, on vinyl later this year via File Under: Music, but they have devised a creative way of revealing it to the world before it hits wax. They are releasing it digitally as two EPs, Crime and Compass;

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Damn! It will be tough to contain my enthusiasm when talking about this record. I hardly knew anything about Nashville’s Yautja prior to fall last year, but since then they’ve had my attention wholly. Yautja’s debut LP Songs of Descent is remarkable. It is unexpected, indeed unforgettable and inventive. Even contending

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Just in case you weren’t sure why BAPTISTS are the best thing on the West Coast, check out this live session they recorded at Rain City Recorders last month! CVLT Nation is honored to premiere this sick fucking live session – the audio is on point and the footage is

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I don’t know if I’ve made this explicit enough, but I’m infatuated with Dephosphorus. I can trust this disciplined, generous band to not let me down in each astral grind endeavor they explore at this point and Ravenous Solemnity further confirms this. It’s a very grounding (and fairly rare) feeling

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El Paso D.I.Y. Borderland Massacre Fest ‘14 Punk culture is known to be very independent from what any other “big band” is trying to get: fame, money, contracts, awards. Cities like New York, Los Angeles, Austin, Boston, Philadelphia, etc., are known for their big festivals, most of them full of

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Manchester’s Caïna has been slowly but surely making a comeback onto the black metal scene and with a fresh new perspective due to striking a deal with cult label Church Of Fuck.. Andrew Curtis-Brignell offers two brand new tracks on this split with fellow Manchester crew Esoteric Youth (who are

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