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The dawn of Abkehr‘s shadowtorn reality is here and we’re stoked to be a part of it today. This mysterious debuting German duo creates vast and soul-disintegrating black metal that will ravage your mind and cripple your senses. This is shit so negative and unfathomably desolated thats it sounds like it

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Today, CVLT Nation is proud to bring you the video premiere of “Void Of Numbness” – a staggering new ritual by mysterious  dark/doomy black metallers GAEREA. “Void Of Numbness” is taken from GAEREA‘s upcoming furious and intense debut self-titled EP, a majestic and vast lucid nightmare of obsidian-black sonic transcendence, carved straight into

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Paul Ravenwood of Twilight Fauna has sought out to convey the stories of the people who live in the Appalachians through his music. A noble attempt, and a difficult endeavor at the very least. He does marvels with Twilight Fauna’s latest conceptual work, Fire of the Spirit, detailing the history

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There is something fucking GLORIOUS about the music of Morphinist. Maybe it’s the fact this project births several releases a year in a constant – almost hemorrhagic – spawn of creativity; maybe it’s the one-man nature of the project that makes it so impenetrable and intimate; or maybe it’s the music’s mesmerizing and seemingly

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In 2013, Paramnesia released their first ever outing – the mesmerizing and shape-shifting music contained in Ce que dit la bouche d’ombre, a super-limited edition CD-R containing two massive tracks of twisting and magmatic cascadian-styled black metal, that the band quietly self-released with little awareness or attention coming from the public at the time. What happened

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Black metal feels like an increasingly intriguing genre in 2015. The spin-offs; the cross-genre pollination; the experimentation; it all adds up to an abundance of exceptional releases and some incredibly interesting listening that often finds itself unchained from the archetypal components that have fed the genre over the past thirty

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