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Unsane, with Plaque Marks and Vaults – December 7th, 2017 The Cobalt, Vancouver, BC These are seriously my favourite shows. The ones you almost forget about, ditch your shift at work for last minute, and then wonder how you even considered not attending.   Vaults kicked this thing off like

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Welcome to the new year, fuckers. I hope you’re ready because I’m gonna start it off right with some true scum produced by members of No Form and others who I’m not sure of. This bad boy is absolutely slamming. Hell, it’s so good that it had me opening up

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Angular, Twisted, Passion, Driving are the words that come to mind as I blast the new THOT song “VLTAVA.” Imagine if At The Drive In decided to have a make out session with Mars Volta – their offspring would sound sort of like this! What I dig about THOT is

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Photos: Gabe Becerra Last Monday night, DPK Promotions did it again by bringing a stacked line up to 333. The bill featured Momentum, Concealed Blade, Creeping Death, Machine Gun, World View and Policy of Truth, and they all fucking wrecked shop. What was just as rad as all of the performances was the fact

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When it comes to the original West Coast Power Violence scene, one band has always managed to stay as a truly outsider group – that band is GASP (if you didn’t guess already from the title). They’ve been a favorite of mine since I first heard their classic Drome Triler Of

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Southern Lord hosted a special event in Amsterdam, home of their European office, as a celebration of the label’s diversity and ever-expanding roster. The label invited an array of bands to perform for one night only, across two stages. The line-up included Big | Brave, Circle, Magma, Okkultokrati, Sunn O))), Unsane,

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