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CVLT Nation Sessions: Bathory s/t Preview
MORAST & ULTHA Covers Streaming Now

As you know, we are always cooking up the rad shit over here in our dungeon of sonic pain. Right now, we are in the finishing stages of putting together our CVLT Nation Sessions: BATHORY s/t comp. All I can tell you is that this motherfucker is raging from beginning to end. The last two songs are handled by Germany’s MORAST (“Armageddon”) and ULTHA (“Raise The Dead”), who both just murder their covers. Earlier this year, both bands performed in Munich together and decided that they should release their contributions to our comp as a 7 inch that is now coming out on VENDETTA RECORDS and is limited to only 300 copies. The official release date is Oct. 15th and will take place at the WIR SIND DIE TOTEN Fest, where both bands are performing – this will be ULTHA’s first show of their Sun Worship Tour (dates below). Hold on, we are not done, because  today we are premiere the MORAST and ULTHA Bathory 7 inch in full below…CVLT Nation wants to salute everyone who has made this project possible…including longtime collaborator with Ultha, Thomas Reitmayer (from Vienna) – who’s also a massive Bathory fan – took care of the tribute artwork for the 7″.



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