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Death came knocking at my door recently and took away one of my very dear friends. To say that my heart is in pain would be an understatement. I know that time will heal my wounds, but for now the best medicine I have is music! One record that is making

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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeDoomFeaturedMusic

/ımpəˈfɛkʃ(ə)n/ (the phonetic spelling of ‘imperfection’) is Nadja‘s second collaboration with Japan’s ‘brutal orchestra’ Vampillia, originally released as a limited tour-only CD for the two groups’ 2014 Japanese tour and now newly reissued on vinyl by Spain’s Throne Records. An expansive inversion to their earlier team effort, the dense forest drone Primitive World,

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturedFull SetsMusicNeo Folk

Tour season is still in full effect! One tour that I’m not going to miss when it comes to Vancouver is Chelsea Wolfe and Wovenhand. Peep these two stellar full sets from both bands’ recent NYC performances captured by Pit Full Of Shit…Chelsea is beyond enchanting live, so do not

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomFeaturedFilmFull SetsPost Rock

This Saturday in Vancouver one of the best shows of the year is about to take place, featuring Cult of Luna, Subrosa, Minsk, Bushwhacker ,If We Are Machines and Astrakhan at the Rickshaw…For those people reading this that can’t make it, or are going and want to get psyched up,

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Apocalyptic BluesArtDoomFeaturedPhotography

A couple of weeks ago, the almighty HIGH ON FIRE returned to Vancouver to destroy the Rickshaw on their massive North American tour, and with them they brought Pallbearer and Lucifer for some infamous opening acts. The prolific Milton Stille was there to capture this incendiary night for us, and

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomFeaturedMusic VideosSludge

If you are a regular reader of our site, chances are you think that for the most part, humanity has proven itself to be a scourge of the earth. You probably take comfort in your like-minded friends and community, but you know that as a species we’ve acted on our

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