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With Gold and Grey’s release, Cvlt Nation looks back over Baroness’s long career to piece together how they got to this stage, tracing their sound and art evolution. Here, we hark back to their second record, Blue. Having nailed a longer, well-executed version of their throaty hardcore/ flowery guitar odyssey

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This is a band that we’re very excited to hear more from this year – Lexington, KY’s NEST is getting ready to release their new full length Metempsychosis on March 2nd via Sludgelord Records. Nest create a cacophony of terrifying and psychedelic sounds that will pull you into their bleak universe. It’s a

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You can forget all about the neoclassical, virtuoso nonsense, and the pseudo-progressive metal out there; because it’s Zebulon Pike time. The quartet have been putting out masterworks for more than a decade now, and yet not many people know about them. That’s got to change. Or else you’ll be regretting having

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Metal In Opposition they call it; to me, it is polystylist metal, free metal, space metal — krautmetal. Whether from Germany or not, Qualeaceans play the most radical brand of metal, ever. The ensemble draws on every single form of extremity in music, hammering out a sonic tower as high

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CVLT Nation is stoked to have a full stream of the debut EP from Vancouver’s SKULL VULTURES live today! These two tracks, “Reclaim” and “Only Darkness,” will cause major vertebrae crackage as your head uncontrollably whips back and forth at the sound of their epic riffage! Skull Vultures are opening

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Cork’s Rest have been absent for far too long, it’s been nine years since their last album Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame. Granted, an EP in the shape of in Operation: Impending Doom sated appetites temporarily, but it doesn’t compare to this double LP journey in the shape of

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