Posts Tagged

stream

Avant GardeHardcoreHip-HopIndustrialMusicMusic VideosStreamingTour DatesWeed Cvlture

While many underground rappers succeed by carving out their own essence of newness within the scene, others push the boundaries of experimentation even further. After relentlessly posting material over the past two years, Charlotte, North Carolina’s $igil is earning the status of a genre-bending gem as he begins his U.S.

Read More
Apocalyptic BluesDeath RockHardcoreInterviewsMusicMusic VideosPost-PunkPUNK

Damien Done, the moniker under which Damien Moyal plies his dark and brooding craft, was kind enough to give his time to speak with Cvlt Nation about his stellar new LP.  Ready to drop soon on Mind Over Matter Records, Charm Offensive is an album wrought with  a brooding and

Read More
Death RockFeaturedInterviewsPost-PunkshoegazeStreaming

After exhausting Ötzi’s self titled demo and Gong Show EP to death over the last year, I’m pleased to announce this badass Oakland deathrock band is finally releasing their first LP, Ghosts! I get chills (pun intended) when I listen to “Winter.” It has that early 80s spooky/shoegaze/postpunk Cure sound

Read More
Black MetalDeath MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Hailing from the depths of Italy is black/death metal machine VASHNA – a project headed by sole member and contributor Vlkstra. Influenced heavily by the barren lands in the province of Verona which Vlkstra calls home, VASHNA blends visceral dissonance with unwavering brutality on it’s latest release, Know the Way to

Read More
Black MetalBlackened CrustFeaturedMusicReviewsThrash

Okay CVLT Nation fans, friends and family, time to take a seat for what is surely going to be a highlight in your music/audio consumption of early 2016. Relentless, primal, furious, and yes, bestial (as stated in our premiere of the first track “No Beyond” a few weeks back) are

Read More
Black MetalDemosDoomFeaturedMusicNoiseReviews

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada hasn’t quite been a significant marker on my map of places to recognize for strong musical releases, but after living through the barbarous, carnal mass that is Language of the Night by Shibboleth, it may as well be one of the areas I’m most focused on

Read More