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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A Night of Death and Doom is an ongoing series of showcases in Vancouver that brings the darkest, most vile bands together to crush the Astoria Hotel on Hastings. On Sept. 18th, NECROT brought their decaying fury alongside locals Erosion, Encoffinate and Cranial Sodomy. I managed to

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I’ve seen a lotta locals since moving to Vancouver. WAINGRO have consistently been one of my favorites, because they always know how to fucking rock. Their shows are wild, with blood, sweat, tears and beers flying like a true Canadian rock n’ roll party. They recently announced a new album

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So what happens when the Decibel tour featuring Necrot, Blood Incantation, Morbid Angel and Cannibal Corpse passes through Seattle? It gets covered by one of CVLT Nation’s favorite Vancouver photographers, Taylor Ferguson. Check out all of the raging and head banging below! Blood Incantation Morbid Angel Cannibal Corpse Thu/Mar-07 – New

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On Friday, November 23rd, there was a massive gathering of the underground at Vancouver’s The Astoria pub. Punks, crusties, metal heads, and normies all converged on the dingy dive to celebrate a local band that unites us all – AHNA. Alongside them were more excellent local bands: Auroch, Radioactive Vomit,

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Here’s photo evidence that EYEHATEGOD came to Vancouver and totally wrecked shop! Do not get it twisted – Erosion, Waingro and Unroot all showed and proved as well. This show was presented by Modified Ghost and our homie Taylor Ferguson captured it all – good looking out!   EYEHATEGOD EROSION WAINGRO UNROOT

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Earlier this year, Vancouver’s BAPTISTS released their third full-length on Southern Lord, Beacon of Faith. Baptists are hometown heroes and their Vancouver shows have a reputation for getting rowdy, and their album release show was as wild as any. Our comrade Taylor Ferguson was on hand to capture the frenzied

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