The last of Chelsea Wolfe’s Southeastern tour dates was a sold-out show in Atlanta’s Little Five Points. Half an hour before the doors opened, the line was already wrapped around the building and far into the parking lot… In the green room, the two bands were preparing for the night.
Photos: Milton Stille One of the last dry nights in Vancouver, Jesus Piece rolled through town (literally – they spent the day skating around in the cold sunshine) and blasted the roof off of 333 alongside Mortality Rate, Wasted Breath, Trench and Your Problem. Sean and I have been looking
One of the earliest posts I did for CVLT Nation’s art category was a profile on the work of Sarina Brewer, a pioneer of “rogue taxidermy” and one of the founders of The Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists (MART), which is an international association despite the reference to its founding state. When
The line outside Nashville’s famous Exit/In foreshadowed the show would be a sell-out, or near enough. The walls backstage were plastered with the names of genre-spanning musicians from every corner of the planet; tonight, California’s Youth Code and Chelsea Wolfe would make their mark on the establishment. At all of
Joerggum is a German artist who creates striking portraits of rubber, PVC and leather-clad dominant women in a BDSM context. The women in his works are drawn in soft, almost dreamlike lines but the page exudes their power and demands you to kneel before them. Nuns caressing breathing tubes, strap-wielding headmistresses
The last of Chelsea Wolfe’s Texas shows took place at the Kessler. Jess was DJing in the green room playing Deftones and other 90s/2000s songs that were direct inspirations on Hiss Spun. Chelsea and Sara began applying their makeup, which reflected the music they make exactly; Chelsea’s eye mask of abstract black