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via Flashbak Did you ever visit London’s Batcave club? Opened in Soho in July 1982, the Batcave featured the likes of Bauhaus, The Meteors, Sex Gang Children, Virgin Prunes, Patti Palladin, Meat of Youth, Southern Death Cult, and Alien Sex Fiend. As one journalist puts it, Batcave was about individualism. It “defined

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Tales of faeries and devils are rife throughout human history, no matter the era or culture. These otherworldly tales form the inspiration for the surreal and strange photography of Karl Dmitri Bishop. I feel like these images were taken through a rip in time; peering through a gauzey veil into the next

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ArtDoomMusicPhotography

New Orleans is the ideal place to see sludgy, suffocating metal; the thick, humid air and stifling heat are the perfect environment for music that creates the same feelings of breathlessness and claustrophobia. Earliest in the night, Lafayette, LA’s Forming The Void eased ears into the impending thunder with their

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If the dwarves in the Mines of Moria listened to music, it was Conan. For the past ten years, the UK-based trio has made their own, unparalleled genre of sword-and-sorcery, fantasy-laden doom metal. As if trudging through a bog in the dead of a warm, damp night, their sound is

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ArtFeaturedHip-HopPhotography

Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran Ho99o9.  Bastard sons of Bad Brains, Public Enemy, and Ministry. Death Kult Mutant Freax.  Trendsetters and boundary-pushers.  Men on a mission.  For the Los Angeles (via New Jersey) based, avant-guard punk/hip hop ensemble Ho99o9, the United States of Horror is here, and you’re looking at it whether

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Last month marked the 102nd commemoration of the Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923. On April 24, 1915, the Ottoman government arrested and exiled over 200 intellectuals of Armenian descent from Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) to Ankara in a move that saw the majority of them slaughtered at the hands of the Turkish

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