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HardcoreMusicSludge

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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Death MetalFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusic

Its 2018 and you absolutely love death metal. In fact, its your favorite genre and unbeknownst to everyone else you are the undisputed death metal champion of the internet. I mean who else is wearing an extra baggy Grave shirt with camo pants and Vans hi tops? The short answer

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Death MetalDoomFeaturedMusicReviews

Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Usnea appeared in the extreme doom/death scene fairly recently, releasing their self-titled debut album back in 2013. It did not take long for them to be noticed by Relapse, which put out their sophomore record Random Cosmic Violence the following year. Even though their second album

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FeaturedMusicPsychReviewsshoegaze

Hailing from Indiana, Cloakroom released their debut album, Further Out in 2015. Their sonic blend encompassing, elements from shoegaze and indie rock was presented under a thick, heavy veil of riffs and powerful playing. Now they return with their sophomore record, Time Well, coming out of Relapse, a label which

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Blackened CrustCrustFeaturedMusicPost-Punk

The first three tracks of Tau Cross’s new 2 x LP Pillar of Fire are straight up post-crust type ragers in the vein of Zygote, heavy with crunchy guitars and helmed by singer Rob “The Baron” Miller’s raspy, Lemmy-esque vocals. The first track on Pillar of Fire, “Raising Golem,” has

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Black MetalBlackened CrustDoomFeaturedMusicReviews

Atriarch are a pretty great band that, it’s hard to believe, began eight years ago. Starting in Portland, the band has made a reputation for producing a unique take on doom metal that introduces elements of the creepier side of deathrock into their meditatively bleak metallic mix. The years 2012

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