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All Photos by Andrea Petrovicova On 31. 08. 2016, Sunn O))) performed in Leipzig, Germany at Conne Island with Big|Brave. Our comrade in surreal photography Andrea Petrovicova was on hand to capture this event through her creative lens! The photos you are about to see show how special this show truly was…All hail

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Born 1882, Japan’s Seiu Ito was the Father of “Kinbaku” Art, also known as Bondage Art. His imagination conjured things that many of us could not even think of today. When I look at his work, the pain is hard to miss, but it’s the beauty that surrounds his subjects that draws you

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I’m sure I won’t be alone in saying that the collabo LP from The Body and Full of Hell is one of the sickest records released this year, straight UP! A couple of weeks ago, they kicked off their tour together in Vancouver, BC. I was on hand for most of

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The artwork of Aleksandra Waliszewska is disturbing on a whole other level! When I look at her work, my childhood nightmares are coming to life. Her use of color and her artistic style distracts the viewer from how dark her subject matter really is. Her focus is on violence and blood, and

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Leah B. Frink
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All photos: Leah B. Frink Untamed Creatures of the night: Odyssey is the Darkwave album you have been missing in your gloomy existence. I purchased this album immediately when they announced that it hit the net on their facebook page, and I highly recommend adding it to your collection. I have been

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Photo: Bobby Cochran
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Text and photos: Bobby Cochran On their own, both Maryland’s Full Of Hell and Rhode Island’s The Body are forces to be reckoned with. The former: a crushing grindcore ensemble whose songs of spastic savagery are brutal and relentless.  The latter: a duo whose primary focus seems to be melting

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