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I say this without apology: I’m a stoner and when I get HIGH, looking at rad cosmic shit gets my imagination going! Maybe this is why I love the Fan Made DOOM videos that Gryphus Visual creates not for money, but for the love of the culture. This human takes some of the most epic

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Nathan Tucker interviews Come to Grief In 1994, Grief released Come To Grief, one of the heaviest and slowest albums around at the time. It marked a change in style and speed that only a handful of bands could combat with. After about seven years of silence, original guitar player

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Text and Photos: Teddie Taylor Louisiana doom sludge. Michigan grindcore. Washington ambient black metal. There’s a bit of everything for everyone. THOU “Play some better songs!” someone joked when Bryan Funck asked why the crowd wasn’t as intense as the one present for Thou’s 500th show two nights before. (It

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Text and Photos: Teddie Taylor Across from the Waldorf Astoria-owned Roosevelt Hotel is the relatively hard to find New Orleans School for Esoteric Arts. A space for learning about astrology, tarot, art and all things obscure, it is also a DIY dream where, whether you intend to or not, you

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Most bands can barely pull off an album every two years without self-imploding. Factor in that nine times out of ten, as a band ages, so does it music – and more often then not, it ages poorly. Their ideas become watered down and repetitive. They disconnect from the initial spark

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Text: Serena Mazzini // Translation: Lucrezia Peppicelli // Photos: Ereonegativo SUNN O))) FINIS MUNDIS – AN APOCALYPTIC PERFORMANCE IN THE LARGEST MAZE IN THE WORLD Finis Mundi, world’s end. It is difficult to talk about an event that, more than a concert, was an unique and extremely personal experience and coincided with

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