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Text pinched via Suba Culture In 1969 the BBC documentary series ‘Man Alive’ produced the programme ‘What’s the The Truth About Hells Angels & Skinheads’, an attempt to reveal genuine insight into these two youth cults. Both groups were instantly recognisable to the British public but for sure the man

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I write this with a heavy heart, because today I found out PRINCE passed away. The words below describe how much his music touched my life – he will live on through his music! The year was 1980; Soul Train had just ended and I decided to check out American Bandstand, which

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In 2 Corinthians 11:14, the Bible says that “Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.” That’s as far as the Bible goes in actually describing Satan’s physical appearance, as well as those of his demons, who are similarly described as in disguise as “apostles of Christ” and “servants of righteousness.” The

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Someday, somehow, I will make it to Washington D.C. for the DAMAGED CITY Fest. It’s so inspiring that they were able to put this line up together with unreal new and old bands. This year, the Avengers performed, and from what I can see and hear they were totally on point! This

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MTV has pretty much sucked corporate balls since it started. That being said, from around 1985 to the mid 90’s, you just might find a couple of shows that were not pure visual vomit! When the Hardcore scene was fading away in L.A., the station decided to do show called MTV

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BAUHAUS is one of those bands that spoke to the weirdos of my generation, just like Bowie did to the generation before me. This band’s music is so classic that it could never sound dated. I enter a trance-like state every time I hear “Bela Lugosi’s Dead.” In 1980, BAUHAUS performed

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This is freaking amazing, never before seen live footage of My Bloody Valentine from 1989 has been put online from their performance at DC’s the 9:30 with Band of Susans. I must say it’s pretty cool seeing them wrecking shop with their feedback-drenched melodies! The first half of the video features Band of

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The name David Paul Seymour is no stranger to us, as we’ve been admirers of his artwork for a long time now. He creates scenes of psychedelic journeys through heavy metal wastelands, so it makes perfect sense that he is creating a feature-length animated fantasy/science-fiction/doom-fueled movie called The Planet of Doom.

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Unholy holy triple fuck, the NAILS are back and are sick as ever!!! They have just debuted their new visual for their song “You Will Never Be One Of Us” that is from their soon to released LP of the same name! This will be the NAILS first record on

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MISERABLE is the solo work of Kristina Esfandiari, the vocalist from King Woman. Her new album, entitled Uncontrollable, hits the streets on April 29th via The Native Sound. I will tell you this: Esfandiari has created a collection of dreamy, melancholy songs that will pull you towards the sun! MISERABLE is the kind of

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Check this out – 1988 MAYHEM footage with DEAD on the vocals! I must say, it’s pretty grim/lo-fi, but in a good way!    

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Label: Dischord Records Growing up in an era that pre-dated the internet meant that sometimes the closest we could get to seeing bands were washed out xerox photos. Me and all my homies had mad love for the DC scene – it didn’t make a difference that it was 3000 miles

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