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Text via Sub.Media   Movement Defense Against State & Corporate Surveillance Ours is an age of historically unprecedented state and corporate surveillance. Our society’s growing addiction to social media, smart phones and other forms of digital communication has ushered in a more interconnected society, but one that is almost entirely

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Text: Kim Kelly via VICE Last week, during one of Donald Trump’s trademark unruly rallies, he invoked the name of the right wing’s latest bogeyman: antifa, or “an-teee-fah,” to hear the president pronounce it. It’s a term that has been thrown around with increasing frequency these days, though even seasoned journalists

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Black MetalDIYFeatured

The Black Metal scene from the province of Québec is quite active. I have made my own Fanzine, Les Temps Sombre, which sold out only after a few days. I was lucky to talk to a bunch of exceptional bands, I believe that it would be great to share in

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Sean and I joke about our hedonistic ways all the time. We love music, and we love food. So obviously we’re going to love anything that brings these two things together. That’s what Frank Huang (Max Volume Silence Live) and Chris Pacifico (Flip Your Wig Media) have created in their

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It’s been a little while in the making, but we’re very happy to be releasing episode four of the CVLT CAST! This episode we were so lucky to be joined by the ethereal and mysterious Chelsea Wolfe, who beamed into our HQ from her peaceful California home. We spoke to

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The Left Hand Path is a crowded, contentious way to go; a pandemonium of singular individuals with no faith that life is only found at the end of a narrow way and through a small gate. It is open to anyone with the will to pave their own lane. There

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