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80s HardcoreDocumentariesFeaturedFilmMusic

For many different reasons, the first DANZIG album is my favorite of their work. If you are a fan of this band, then DANZIG – VHS is a must-see for you. This film captures the band on stage and behind the scenes…This is when they still had punks in the

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BizarreCvltureDocumentariesFilmHistory

ASK A MORTICIAN is the channel of Los Angeles mortician Caitlin Doughty, also the founder of The Order of the Good Death, an organization that describes itself as “a group of funeral industry professionals, academics, and artists exploring ways to prepare a death phobic culture for their inevitable mortality.” Doughty makes videos

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DocumentariesFeaturedFilmHardcoreMusic

From 1979 to 1982, the sickest band in the world was Washington D.C’s BAD BRAINS. Without even trying, they helped to create hardcore as we know it; if you asked Minor Threat or S.O.A who was their biggest influence, hands down they would say BAD BRAINS. From day one, these

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CvltureDocumentariesFeaturedFilmHistorySocial Justice

Leave it to Don Letts to be a part of one of the best documentaries about skinheads, called The Story of Skinhead with Don Letts. What I love about this is that it takes the viewer back to the roots of this subculture before it was hijacked by the National Front.

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80s HardcoreDocumentariesFilmMusic

It’s Thursday, time for an injection of instant chaos into your life: a full set from VOID in 1983, performing in Philadelphia, courtesy of the homie KillThatCat. Watch the audience erupt!

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CvltureDocumentariesFilmHistory

Symbols carry power in all cultures, and when they are appropriated by another group, their power can also be hi-jacked and twisted. Such is the case with the Swastika, a symbol of good luck and peace that was around for thousands of years before the Nazis decided to use it as their

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