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Electro post-punk/new wave duo SKEMER have created something really special with their album Benevolence that came out on Avant! Records at the end of October. It’s foreboding and ethereal, a gorgeous collaboration between Amenra/Syndrome’s Mathieu Vandekerckhove and vocalist Kim Peers that blends dark and light into an intoxicating sonic synthesis.

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles Amenra I should be better about honoring my grief but I’m not and so in the panicked throes of knowing that the weight of loss might someday consume me, I turn to bands like Amenra whose long and storied temple of worship is built to

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Desertfest Belgium was a blast once again! Between 12-14 October, Antwerp has been the European capital of doom, stoner, heavy metal and black metal music. Three days with the heaviest line-up this festival have ever had. Photos and videos // Marika Zorzi   Day 1 Photos   Videos   View this

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TREHA SEKTORI are laying the ground for two massive dates alongside AMENRA in Tokyo this November, and today we’re excited to bring you an exclusive visual they created to celebrate this momentous occasion. With the unparalleled skills of William Lacalmontie, TREHA SEKTORI’s ritual sounds have conjured to life a force

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All Photos and Text by Bobby Cochran It’s a unique opportunity to be invited to travel with an established band and document their time on the road, both onstage and off.  I connected with the band back in June, then started messaging with Colin van Eeckhout, Amenra’s singer and primary creative

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A couple of weeks ago, Sean and I attained one of our personal goals. Since the our first year of operations as CVLT Nation, we have been covering the almighty AMENRA – but in all the seven years since, we hadn’t had the opportunity to see them perform live. So

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