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Growing up in the 80’s gave me the opportunity to see how one subculture could have an impact on another.In L.A., it was totally normal to see someone in the punk scene to cover their face in white pancake make up and then do something interesting with black eyeliner. This was

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A primal heart still beats in Europe. Deep beneath the gloss of cell phone sophistication lie rituals that hark back to harvests and solstices and fear of the winter dark. Monsters loom in this shadowy heart, but so does the promise of spring’s rebirth and fertile crops and women cradling

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ArtBlack MetalBlackened CrustDeath MetalDoomEventsFeaturedFeaturesLive RitualsMusicPhotographySludge

 Photos by : Teddie Taylor & Nathan Tucker text by Teddie Taylor Burn The Throne has been showcasing the best and deadliest of underground metal in the South for five years. In 2016, though, it moved from a small bar in Baton Rouge to fill Gasa Gasa in New Orleans with more

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ArtFeaturesHardcoreLive RitualsMusicPhotographyTour Dates

Text and Photos: Charles Nickles Sometimes Sundays start with the best of intentions (or, at least, the most sensible given your track record) and sometimes those same Sundays end at 2am in the basement of a metal bar, drinking beer with a Swedish death metal band trying to gracefully disengage from

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ArtDoomFeaturedMusicPhotography

Text and Photos: Charles Nickles Everything is weird and everything is fucked, and, by all accounts, we’re all gonna find ourselves in a hot fresh swill of willfully American existential hell soon (and for a few years, at least), and I don’t know what to do about it in any

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Apocalyptic BluesArtDoomFeaturedMusicNoise RockPhotography

Neurosis, with Yob and Sumac Going into this show, there was no doubt in my mind that – based on the bill alone – expectations were very high. A common objection among concertgoers was that the choice of venue really was less than ideal – after all, it is more

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