Culted stream new album
2014-01-20 by Voivod STAFF | 3 Comments
Canadian blackened doom metal act Culted is streaming its sophomore album Oblique to All Paths at Terrorizer.

The album was released on January 17 through Relapse Records.

A short interview with the band and album stream can be found here: http://www.terrorizer.com/news/streams/stream-culteds-new-album-oblique-paths-full-terrorizer/
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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 20th 2014
6287 Comments


Droooooooone...

This reminds me of the two legacy demo tapes from Norwegian black metal outfit Thorns and Halo, an Australian band in the same vein with Culted.

Great stuff.

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Nikkolae
January 20th 2014
4867 Comments


fuck yes been waiting for this

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Evreaia
January 21st 2014
4047 Comments


sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet

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