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Peep this: At The Drive-In killing shit in Bremen, Germany in 2001, captured by our comrade unARTigNYC…I will always be a HUGE fan of this band!

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Hi Dorthia! Firstly, thank you very much for finding the time to do this interview! It is much appreciated! Thanks for wanting to talk with me. Most people recognize your name from Windhand. What has your experience been with the band since you joined? I am a lucky girl and

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For fans of heavy music, the name Dorthia Cottrell is definitely familiar. The singer of the uber doom metal act Windhand has offered some of the most transcending vocal deliveries in all the releases from the band, from their self-titled full-length, the insane split with fellow doomsters Cough, to the

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So what band put out one of the most original albums of 2014? I’m about to tell you: the DREADLORDS, whose record Death Angel is out now on Not Just Re-Li-Gious Music. This band has put out this off the chain visual for their track “Dreadlords Cometh,” which you can

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Driving through the countryside of England was fun, because I would stare out of the widow and see rolling hills that seemed to go on forever. This would allow my imagination to expand and wonder off to places that were new for me. After being in the UK for so long, I would forget that it was raining and the love from my friends would brighten my days.

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The music of Abstracter always seems to have an underlying melancholic tone, which is mainly derived from their use of ambiance. In tracks such as “Open Veins,” this aspect of the band becomes instantly apparent, without meaning that melancholy is the only weapon in their arsenal. The manner in which they build up anticipation with the creeping start of “Lightless,” and the more unearthly perspective of Abstracter in songs such as “Cruciform,” reveals the depth to which this act can travel in terms of sonic versatility.

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