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The year was 1989, and SEPULTURA was kicking ass and taking names around the world! Not too many bands could fuck with them at this time. To prove my point, check out this raging footage from the first time they ever played in Mexico and London. During both of these

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Modified Ghost Festival II May 25-28, Vancouver, BC Hosted by the Red Room Ultra Bar and The Rickshaw Theatre It’s beyond satisfying to admit that this was – without a doubt – a triumph. To see an event as ambitious as this succeed against the odds is a testament to what can

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The lineup at this year’s Psycho Las Vegas is absolutely incredible…we’re so stoked to be able to witness live rituals from artists ranging from King Diamond to Neurosis to Murder City Devils to Cough to Chelsea Wolfe to…I think you get the point. It’s gonna be insane. If you haven’t

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Galloping black metal, thrash influences, blastbeats anyone? Iron Bonehead Productions has an interesting release for fans of raging, uptempo black metal with a mix of elements, namely a self- titled cassette tape release by a band called Mouth of Madness. Always headbang-friendly, never boring, rampaging like a rhinoceros on steroids,

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Suicidal Tendencies Growing up in Venice in the 80’s and embracing hardcore meant you most likely were down with Suicidal Tendencies. The extended family of this band was called The Suicidal Boyz – some people called us a gang, but I saw it more as a family. Ground zero for all of

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It’s easy to take the behind-the-scenes guys for granted. You see a flyer or a facebook event that appeals to you, go the venue, pay the cover, start swilling beer, and bang your head. Chances are you base your opinion of a show on the bands (or if you’re snarky,

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