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1. The Collector Just imagine the home tour: “This is the living room, and down the hall is the kitchen. Oh, and this is my wall of severed heads.” The good news: British Army officer and artist Horatio Gordon Robley had nothing to do with the severing of the heads

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Modified Ghost Festival II May 25-28, Vancouver, BC Hosted by the Red Room Ultra Bar and The Rickshaw Theatre It’s beyond satisfying to admit that this was – without a doubt – a triumph. To see an event as ambitious as this succeed against the odds is a testament to what can

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Photos: Ali En Friday, June 9 at The Rickshaw Theatre Day two kicked off once again very early on Friday, June 9 at the much bigger Rickshaw Theatre in downtown Vancouver. Unfortunately, sets by Harvest Gulgaltha, Shroud Of The Heretic, Amphisbaena, and Kanashibari were missed, but Qrixkuor, coming all the way

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Life is awesome sometimes, but only one thing is promised to us all, and that is Death. Many artists from around the world have used death to inspire their creative spirit. Japan’s Hiroko Shiina explores both the beauty and the dark side of mortality in his cycodelic portraits. Here is your

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Photos: Ali En  Covenant Festival Day One: Thursday, June 8 at The Red Room The third edition of the Covenant Festival in Vancouver, BC essentially put the seal on the event as the prime festival in North America when it comes to war metal and other utterly blasphemous derivatives. The fest

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Last year we featured the work Rob Borbas and his UNREAL tattoos. A year later, we are featuring him again because has continued to create some of the most amazingly evil tattoos we have ever seen. Check out what I wrote last year, but also peep his new work which

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