What time is it? It’s time to vomit in the face of everything corrupt and then behead those who oppress us! The world is fucked up place right now, and out of this ocean of fuckery, true art is born. Case in point is the soon to be released EP
Photos & Text by Charles Nickles It’s been two days and my head’s still a flurry of shadows and whiskey and violence; and I suppose that should trouble me, and I suppose that it does, and I’m not all that sure what to make of the man I’ve woken up to
I can’t believe I survived this past month, because June was unreal for underground music in Vancouver! From June 15th-18th, The COVENANT II Fest took place and it was INSANE! Again these awesome humans came together to put on one of the best fests I have been to in a long time.
I’m a massive fan of youth culture of all kinds. I have always had a fascination with Skinhead/Two Tone/Mod culture. Way back in the day, I would spend hours checking out photo books dealing with these forgotten youth. After living in the UK, I can totally understand why these working
One thing is promised to us all, and that is death! The old school film Traces of Death shows us what dying looks like for some people. The thing about this film you must ask yourself is – are these scenes real? If you haven’t seen this film, we would
via Fact written by David Katz Fronted by an intense singer with an oblique songbook and a mysterious past, Glorious Din were unlike any other group to emerge from San Francisco’s ‘80s underground. David Katz tells the story of Eric Cope, the chosen persona of a Joy Division-obsessed Sri Lankan
Funeral Moth are, in their own words, an “extreme doom” band from the Kanazawa Prefecture of Japan, and Transience is their second album, released earlier this year on Weird Truth Productions on CD and coming soon on Throne Records on LP (pre-order here). Like most things coming from Japan, especially in the
Purple Sunsets, Powerful Women, Groovy Riffs, FM Radio Blasting Out of an Air Brushed Van rolling down the PCH…are the things that I think about as the new CASTLE song “Down in the Cauldron Bog” blasts out of my speakers. The band’s new LP is called Welcome To The Graveyard and will