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Sadly, most punk releases have become predictable copies of other predictable punk records. As much as I love d-beats and adults with charged hair using a chorus pedal, sometimes it just gets boring. Now, before you get triggered let me also say that I have no interest in attacking you

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KAELAN MIKLA’s  Mánadans is by far one of the most interesting releases on the year! Can you put their sound into a box? HELL NO, which is why they are so rad! CVLT Nation is honored to be streaming their full record below. Mánadansis coming out on Artoffact Records on August 3rd. KAELAN MIKLA will

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I can feel the power and the cold groove of the WIRE SPINE beat, and I love what I feel! This Vancouver Dark Wave duo will be releasing their new LP Bury Me Here on March 23rd via Negative Gain. Right here and now, CVLT Nation is stoked to be premiering their

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Here are some 2016 releases that are too unpopular (AKA cool) to have made any year end lists, but which deserve every ounce of attention and love they can get. This is criminally overlooked stuff that everyone should get into right now. Read this as a best of 2016 list for

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Portland is home to several different postpunk/darkwave bands of varying styles, many of which end up getting overshadowed by one another. Murderbait is an underrated yet highly established and deliciously dark outfit featuring Casey and Jason of Shadowlands (who you may remember from this year’s Out From The Shadows II). Their

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There are many ways to do heavy. It’s easy to tune low with thickly gauged strings and turn the gain up on an Orange amp. It’s harder to create an album that is emotionally heavy. One that is heavy due to the vulnerability involved. This is the kind of heavy

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