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We’re excited to share the next in our series of underground classic compilations, GODFLESH’s utterly destructive creation Streetcleaner. Released in 1989, Streetcleaner was a massive influence on the underground that ushered us into the end days of the 20th century. Featured on this comp are songs from Street Sects, American, Lunacy, At

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Feature via Covenant Magazine The ‘Night of Death and Doom’ has come to be an anticipated staple of the Vancouver underground – a labor of love meant to both promote amazing bands from all over and perpetuate that fervent passion of extremity that is shared amongst the maniacs of BC. The

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TEN – TRUE LOVE // WHITEWURM Unholy fuck, I love my job, because on a daily basis I get to hear some of the best music that the underground has to offer!!! Case in point is the new True Love/Whitewurm split that is coming out on Les Fleurs du Mal in the next

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next in our series of underground classic compilations, BOLT THROWER’s 1988 debut In Battle There Is No Law! Today we’ve brought together nine bands who call this legendary band a vital inspiration – Of Feather and Bone, Gateway, Fuming Mouth, Legion of Andromeda,

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There is going to be a COVENANT III next year, and all I can say is make sure you do whatever you need to do to make it there! The reason why I stress it so much is because this was one of the best fests I have ever attended.

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Text and Photos: Colton Bills On March 24th, Seattle based funeral doom band UN, along with fellow Seattle black metal trio HISSING, came to The Hindenburg for a night of soul-crushing sonic catharsis. Opening were local bands Temple of Abandonment and Nightfucker. Temple of Abandonment was not a show –

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