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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A couple of weeks ago, absolute fucking mayhem descended on Vancouver BC for the third annual MODIFIED GHOST FEST!! Five days of heavy and heavier took over the downtown east side as metal heads overflowed The Rickshaw to see the likes of Obituary, The Black Dahlia Murder,

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Check out this insanely BESTIAL performance from our comrades INFERNAL COIL in NYC. This epic event was captured by unARTigNYC. FYI INFERNAL COIL soon to be released by Profound Lore, so stay tuned for more news on that front and for now press play below… HEAD BANG BASTARDS!!!    

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Fuck off and Die All Weak Hearts!!! You are about to hear one of the raddest bands that you have never heard before: they go by the name of MORIR and hail from Oakland. Their self titled tape is one of the sickest demos I have heard all year and

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Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran The anticipation built for day two, knowing a face-punching lineup was set to blast off at 5 PM sharp. Once again, I missed the day’s openers Mortiferum (sorry guys, sorry Sean) but I certainly didn’t sleep through the rest of the evening’s bands. The Barboza

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Just a few weeks back, UK extreme metallers, Lychgate released their third record.  Metal Insider reviewed the epic and, at times, rather bombastic, The Contagion in Nine Steps here. This latest release goes into depth about crowd and mob psychology (so appropriate for today’s global mindset) with insights from both recent

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Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran There are a lot of things the organizers of this year’s Northwest Terror Fest can be proud of.  For example, the shows ran on time (even though there were 10 bands a day between two venues), the audience was enthusiastic and respectful of performers and

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