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The DREADLORDS sound like no other band, and that is why I fucking dig them so much! Their debut record Death Angel, released by NOT JUST RELIGIOUS MUSIC, is a classic, and now the band is back with their new LP Reaper which hits the streets on April 29th via Urban Yeti

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Night Profound is a Vancouver, B.C. neofolk duo who have played with the likes of King Dude and Death In June. This began as S.P. Hache’s (Mitochondrion, Auroch, ex-Havoc) solo project in 2010, but R. Scythe Bearer (ex-Pestkreuz, ex-Havoc) joined him in 2012. They actually played a legendary show with King

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Demons rejoice! King Dude’s latest and provocatively-titled Sex album is full of surprises and deviates nicely from his previous albums. Let’s get right into it, because this album varies a LOT sound-wise. Sex opens with “Holy Christos,” a rock-heavy song driven by crunchy guitars and his echoing, atmospheric vocals. It begins and ends

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Hey Vancouver – KING DUDE is almost here to bring his Luciferian light to our gloomy city. On October 30th, he’ll be playing the Astoria for his “The Devil is Alive in North America” tour alongside Foie Gras and Crooked Mouth, and we have a pair of tickets to give away for

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Among smokey-voiced, guitar-weilding, lone wolf frontmen, KING DUDE rules them all. Throughout the years of us doing CVLT Nation, we’ve watched him ascend his throne, and with his upcoming release SEX due to hit the streets on Oct. 28th via Not Just Religious Music (pre-order) and Ván Records (pre-order), he is

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So what happens when a person has the courage to follow his passion and leave his band for something new? This is what happened to our long time comrade TJ Cowgill, who left his group Book of Black Earth to go solo, and KING DUDE was born. From the start,

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