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Exclusive CVLT Nation Album Stream: NAGA – “Inanimate”

Are you ready for some humongous megaton DOOM? Then sit back and witness a true BEHEMOTH come to life. Italian blackened doom trio NAGA have brought you something of immeasurable wretchedness and of unbelievable heaviness in the form of their second full-length album Inanimate, a colossal beast that will be unleashed soon by Lay Bare Recordings with distribution courtesy of Burning World Records (vinyl pre-orders are HERE). With Inanimate you will find the archetype of doom metal magnificence and the seeds of total annihilation. NAGA’s music is a monster of behemoth-like proportions: enormous and crushing riffs clad in darkness. Atmospheres of oozing despair and compositions of absolutely suffocating heaviness that come together coalescing into a slow-moving sonic apocalypse. CVLT Nation has been given the privilege to stream the monstrous Inanimate below – fans of bands like Yob, Ufommamut, Conan, Indian, Hell, Primitive Man, Grime, Cough etc. take note – you may just have found your new favorite sludge/doom band.


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  1. Francesco Cagali

    July 13, 2016 at 4:00 am

    Paolo Bertaiola

  2. Ernesto Pasparico

    July 12, 2016 at 12:46 pm

    Marvin GoriGori Beltran Hugo Mendoza

  3. He Xed

    July 12, 2016 at 11:32 am

    looks like Monomakh logo

  4. André Zeidler

    July 12, 2016 at 10:56 am

    At first I thought it would not be as good as the old stuff but now after the second song I am totally convinced. Holy cow!

  5. Peppe Tavarone

    July 12, 2016 at 9:04 am

    Emanuele Lorenzo Franco

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