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There’s no other way to put it: covering a festival is weird and if you’ve ever been to one music festival, you’ve pretty much been to all of them. Sure, demographics and genres vary, but every festival contains universally predictable traits. People get fucked up, bands play, and you take pics

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Joel-Peter Witkin is a prolific and controversial photographer who has been freaking people out for more than 20 years with his grotesquely beautiful images. Witkin’s subjects range from dwarfs to transsexuals, from living and breathing to rotting corpses, and are, more often than not, naked. His style of photography is

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Photos: Andrea Petrovicova Russian Circles with Helen Money in Prague, 20th November at Lucerna Music Bar Russian Circles just finished up a European tour with Helen Money, and the amazing and ethereal image master Andrea Petrovicova was there to capture it for us! These images speak to the moving and brilliant nature of

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It’s been just over a year since we started the CVLT Nation Bizarre, and it’s been a rad way to showcase underground amazing artisans, artists and labels from around the world! What keeps it going is the support from the global community, and this weekend we’re stoked to be giving back

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Demilich with Hooded Menace, Vastum, and Temple of Abandonment – October 23rd, The Red Room, Vancouver BC I’ve always been a fan of shows that bring a little unexpected to the table, and this night was a pretty good example of that. I think it had been over a year since

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Text & Photos by Teddie Taylor Mary Lattimore and True Widow are sonically unrelated. That’s what makes a night with the two so perfect. Rather than thrash metal band followed by doom metal band followed by black metal band, they were completely separate entities appealing to opposite emotions. Lattimore’s instrumental

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