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It can be hard to define funeral doom metal when one of its distinct qualities is the shear feeling that it pulls forth. It could be said that while depressive black metal is an ode to profound suffering, funeral doom is an ode to the profound emptiness that follows. While

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson One of the shows with the biggest buzz in Vancouver was NECROT’s vile performance at The Astoria last month for the 8th instalment of A Night of Death and Doom. You can see the fury and frenzy of the crowd from the photos our comrade Taylor Ferguson

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Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran Since the birth of Norwegian Black Metal, heavy music has grown up a bit, moving beyond modern Satanism and branching out to embrace European Paganism, among other things.  Album covers featuring dusky forests and snowy mountaintops, ancient runic symbols and icons of ancient earth religions have

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The first week of April, 2017, Primitive Man enter into the Flatline Audio for what has now become their latest full length opus entitled Caustic which was released last fall on Relapse Records. Due to a schedule opening, Dave Otero at Flatline had an extra day available for recording and the band

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In anticipation of their imminent album release, Vancouver’s favourite destructive DIY duo, HEDKS, have released a teaser track from their upcoming effort, Smiling On The Outside. Entitled “SIX,” the song shows the band delving into more dynamic territory, yet remaining just as dissonant and pissed off as we’ve come to love them

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If you know about chiptune already, the fact that people have been composing and playing music with Game Boys in the past 15-20 years will sound like no news for you. In case you’ve never heard this word before, note that we’re not talking about 8 bit videogames nerds: we’re

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