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3 Hours of DOOM curated by PRIMTIVE MAN for our 7th Anniversary! No more words needed…other than GET FUCKED GET DOOMED! Download the full Mixtape HERE!   CVLT Nation 7th Anniversary Mixtape – PRIMITIVE MAN Track List: 1. Archgoat – Goat and the Moon 2. Asunder – A Clarion Call

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Oh Nadja, how magnificent are thee. Never ceasing to amaze, never compromising to any trend, always leader, never follower. We love you Nadja! Aidan Baker (guitars, vocals, drum machine) and Leah Buckareff (bass guitar), AKA Nadja –  now return on November 4th with The Stone Is Not Hit By The Sun,

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With the steady decrease in output from Jesu and the demise of Black Boned Angel, it appears now obvious that the pinnacle of world “doom-gaze” and of industrial drone is now represented by Nadja. The duo of Aidan Baker and Leah Buckareff at this point appears to be releasing at least

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/ımpəˈfɛkʃ(ə)n/ (the phonetic spelling of ‘imperfection’) is Nadja‘s second collaboration with Japan’s ‘brutal orchestra’ Vampillia, originally released as a limited tour-only CD for the two groups’ 2014 Japanese tour and now newly reissued on vinyl by Spain’s Throne Records. An expansive inversion to their earlier team effort, the dense forest drone Primitive World,

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CAUDAL is a “trance punk” band from Berlin, Germany,  formed by Aidan Baker of Nadja on Guitar, Gareth Sweeney of Gout on bass, and Felipe Salazar of Muerte En Pereira on drums. The band plays a very minimalistic, repetitive, solemn, explosive and enveloping form of kraut rock that uses the propulsion and overdrive

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NADJA are fresh from releasing their brand new masterpiece full-length album Queller earlier last month, but that doesn’t seem to be enough for the prolific Canadian shoegaze-doom duo, and now the band brings us another unbearable barrage of shimmering destruction in the form of Tangled, or what they call “our

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