Posts Tagged

Gloam

Black MetalFeaturesMusicStreamingUncategorized

Californian black metal legions Black Fucking Cancer and Gloam have come together to bring total ruin upon the world in the form of Boundless Arcane Invokations, a 12″ collaborative split LP of absolutely disfiguring black metal cruelty, and CVLT Nation has proudly been tasked with unveiling the abhorrent work to

Read More
ArtBlack MetalDeath MetalDoomFeaturedHardcoreMusicPhotography

Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran The anticipation built for day two, knowing a face-punching lineup was set to blast off at 5 PM sharp. Once again, I missed the day’s openers Mortiferum (sorry guys, sorry Sean) but I certainly didn’t sleep through the rest of the evening’s bands. The Barboza

Read More
FeaturedFilmFull SetsMusic

The countdown is on to this year’s COVENANT Fest that takes place in Vancouver BC from June 21 – June 23. The line up is stacked with mad elite fucking heavyweights that are going to crush the Rickshaw! Check out this stellar full set from Santa Cruz’s GLOAM who will be taking the

Read More
Black MetalDoomFeaturedFeaturesMusicStreaming

I hope you’ve been saving up for this Friday the 13th, because we’ve got another amazing release that goes live this week! GLOAM is set to release their new full-length Death is the Beginning via Blood Harvest, and it’s a slab of stunning black metal-doom hybrid that will captivate you form the

Read More
Black MetalFeaturedFeaturesInterviewsMusic

California’s Gloam have been steadily pushing the USBM envelope for over five years. Their early 2012 demo and 2014 Vanquished EP were strong efforts, but relatively standard fare. Their 2015 album Hex of Nine Heads upped the ante considerably, showing a refreshing take on black metal production and composition. They’re

Read More
Black MetalCrustCvltureDeath MetalDIYDoomEventsFeaturedFeaturesGrindcoreHardcoreHistoryInterviewsLive RitualsMusicSkateboardingThrash

It’s easy to take the behind-the-scenes guys for granted. You see a flyer or a facebook event that appeals to you, go the venue, pay the cover, start swilling beer, and bang your head. Chances are you base your opinion of a show on the bands (or if you’re snarky,

Read More