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CVLT Nation’s Mix Tape PURE FILTH Vol. I

CVLT Nation is stoked to present to you PURE FILTH Vol. 1 – a mixtape that celebrates the putrid stench, the rage and the distorted beauty of all things sludge! Check out offerings from Indian, AmenRa, Ilsa, Thou, Seven Sisters of Sleep and many more bands below…

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CVLT Nation’s PURE FILTH Vol. I Track List
1 – Angry Gods – Pressure Contained 0:00
2 – Bottom Feeder – On Life Support 5:29
3 – Deaf Kids – You’re Mine 10:15
4 – Nightslug – Die in Fire 13:30
5 – Seven Sisters of Sleep – White Braid 17:15
6 – Ilsa – Intoxicantations 21:27
7 – Windmill of Corpses – Smothered in Feek Mat 29:17
8 – Indian – Directional 33:05
9 – AmenRa – Boden 39:29
10 – Bloodiest – Pastures 48:19
11 – Damad – Burning Cold 52:46
12 – Ooze – Row to the Guillotine 57:32
13 – Lord Mantis – Possession Prayer 1:02:31
14 – Meth Drinker – Broken Down and Used Up 1:09:25
15 – The Body – Alone All the Way 1:14:35
16 – SwampGoat – Degenerate Hooves 1:19:21
17 – Thou – In Defiance of the Sages 1:22:00
18 – Leechfeast – Evolving 1:27:27
19 – Grime – Burning Down the Cross 1:31:26
20 – Sunsmasher – Perdition 1:35:10
21 – Tiger Lily – The Devil 1:40:55
22 – Grey Widow – III 1:46:10
23 – Leechmilk – Descending 1:52:00

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