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AMENRA is a project that goes far beyond what you’d normally associate with a “band.” At the foundations of Church of Ra, there’s an ethos and an artistry behind what they create that transcends the breathtaking sounds they make. When you have the opportunity to witness their live performance, you’ll

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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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Today we’re very happy to share something special with you…the unparalleled collective AMENRA has put together a mixtape just for our readers, and you can stream it right here and now. CHVE and The Piracy League have put together a collection of music that is inspiring to them, although maybe

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BLACK MARE is a project that captivated us since we heard the first note of Sera Timms’ debut, Field Of The Host. Now she is getting ready to release her second full length, after a stunning split release with Church of Ra’s Syndrome. Death Magick Mother embodies the power of music

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Your last record, People, when you see the smoke, do not think it is the fields they’re burning (2015), has a really different sound, much less “conventional” than your first albums (Monologue and the splits), sounding like an evolution of Har Nevo (2012). Do you agree with that? And was this a conscious decision,

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Mathieu Vandekerckhove is one of the prolific members of the Church of Ra collective, and his projects are as impressive as any of the members works, including Amenra, Kingdom, Sembler Deah and the sounds we are honored to share with you today, Syndrome. Following up on 2012’s Now and Forever, this new

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