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ArtCvltureHistoryLiterature

It doesn’t matter that you’re an agnostic or a believer of the band because Agnostic Front aren’t the type of guys that care about that. Particularly Roger Miret, who makes no apologies for who he was, even if he no longer abides by the same code as he did while

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ArtCrustDis-beatFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusicPhotography

The world is fucking upside down, as we all know, and the one thing that helps to keep me grounded is music. Especially tunes with a message, which is why I love bands like NAUSEA. Check out this blistering full set of them killing shit in Germany. It’s sort of

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80s HardcoreFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusicThrash

Suicidal Tendencies Growing up in Venice in the 80’s and embracing hardcore meant you most likely were down with Suicidal Tendencies. The extended family of this band was called The Suicidal Boyz – some people called us a gang, but I saw it more as a family. Ground zero for all of

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ArtAvant GardeDeath MetalFeaturedMusicPhotography

Words by Adam Murray / Photos by Diana Lungu Satanic Hispanics. Stoners. Beard & Beer bros. Veteranos. Mystics. Maniaxe. Grinders. They were all there on Dia de Los Metaleros. Downtown L.A. smelled like syrupy piss and the clouds hung low over the Regent Theatre. The 2nd edition of the Show Your

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80s HardcoreArtCvltureFeaturedHistoryMusicPainting

Former NAUSEA member John John Jesse’s  paintings are like punk pinups. He takes the classic pinup sexiness and throws in studs, drugs and blood, and the result is amazing. There is so much to absorb in each painting; each stroke of his brush brings texture leaping off the canvas. His subjects are lovingly

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FeaturesMixtapes

CVLT Nation is stoked to bring you a mix from L.A.’s NAUSEA, Sonic Cathedrals Vol. CXLII! Hit play below and check out what NAUSEA has to say about their mix! I compiled a list of the tracks I listened to the most growing up in the third world: a collection

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