Wil Cifer
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Wil Cifer

Wil spouts his thoughts and theories on metal / goth/ post-punk/ and darker indie rock on blogs like Abysmal Hymns,No Clean Singing, Geekinthings, Treblezine etc...
Father of 6 year old a six year daughter London, He is very passionate about horror movies, comic books, the occult and Morrissey , though David Bowie will live on in his heart forever

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Emma Ruth Rundle has paid her dues in bands like Red Sparowes and Marriages and late last year released her solo album Marked For Death. I caught up with Emma after catching her powerfully moving set at Masquerade in Atlanta when she rolled through with Deafheaven and This Will Destroy

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BizarreCvltureFeaturedProfane CVLT

We will skip the first 120 Days in Sodom, and focus on 121st, which found me back at Frolicon – the south east’s largest kink convention. My first 120 were spent getting my toes back into the kink community after my divorce, so Frolicon was full submersion. The landscape of

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CvltureFeaturedSocial Justice

“He broke my heart. You merely broke my life.” ― Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita No high can last forever; the elated bliss of romantic love is no different. Relationships with those suffering from a mental health conditions can be even more fleeting. Both parties struggle with a shifting landscape of serotonin

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BizarreCvltureFeatured

The strictest definition of sex addiction is a state characterized by compulsive participation or engagement in sexual activity, despite negative consequences. I been looking at this issue for 14 years, after a therapist suggested I check out the SA meetings. Sex Addicts Anonymous follows the blueprint laid down by Alcoholics

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Black MetalDeath MetalDocumentariesFeaturedFilmMusicThrash

Photographer Emily Harris has crossed over into a more more expansive medium of film to delve deeper into heavy metal subculture. Her studies first looked at the Atlanta Metal scene, and now find her looking the world over at some of the biggest festivals, from the Tuska Open Air Festival

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DoomFeaturedMusicshoegaze

Darkness is my favorite form of heavy. The eerie calm this album invokes is more powerful than if it had been slathered in squealing distortion and coated in anguished growls. I have said it before, and after spending the bulk of my days sorting through albums full of gnashing fangs

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