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If you’re an avid reader of CvltNation, you might have been following LA’s The Wraith for a few years now. 2017 saw the release of their first EP Shadow Flag and since then, vocalist Davey Bales has released a few chap books of poetry. After grinding away at songwriting, finding

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The ever-inspiring Davey Bales of The Wraith fame has released the fourth installment of his Dead Flowers poetry series! If you enjoyed his last issue, this one will not disappoint. Davey is constantly evolving as a person and his poetry is no exception. His best work yet, issue #4 has

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Musician and poet Davey Bales of LA-based The Wraith (previously of Richmond, VA based bands Shadow Age and Lost Tribe) recently released issue three of his Dead Flowers poetry series! Accompanied by macabre black and white art, the 24-page zine showcases a solid collection of Davey’s best poems. This issue

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next in our series of underground classic compilations, MISFITS legendary album Walk Among Us! Over the decades, MISFITS have inspired musicians from a wide range of genres. This comp features brutal sounds from across the spectrum of heavy, with covers from HELLKEEPER, THE WRAITH,

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On Friday, May 26th, Los Angeles quartet The Wraith played a live show heralding their new 4-song 7″ EP, Shadow Flag, which is streaming below. The new EP also topped the “post-punk” sales chart at Bandcamp on June 1st, despite the fact that the band are a bit harsher than your

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L.A. post-punk band The Wraith, which consists of ex-members of Blink 182, Lost Tribe (RVA) and Cinema Strange (LA), have released their debut EP entitled Shadow Flag. The Wraith’s sound is drawn from elements of 80’s UK post punk and LA deathrock. Comparisons have been made to Killing Joke, TSOL and

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