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NORNAHETTA are unique among their no-less-distinguished contemporaries for their challenging, largely-improvised aesthetic. Hand in hand with such an aesthetic is a strive for the outer reaches of the subconscious through psychedelic means, and that’s exactly what the aptly-fucking-titled Synesthetic Parcidolia accomplishes. Unremittingly ugly, restlessly roiling, and yet somehow imbued with preternatural

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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 band formerly known as Rape Blossoms, PUBLIC PSYCHE, is getting ready to release a new album this September 30th via Hypertension Records entitled No New Violence. Today we’re very happy to share the first single off this upcoming album, “Veil.” Pre-orders will be announced in early September…you’ve got two

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I grew up driving, biking and walking over and under the massive Lion’s Gate Bridge, opened in Vancouver in 1938. I have sailed the waters underneath it and flown the skies over it. I have been stalled on it because of jumpers. It’s been a fixture in my life, as

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Canada celebrated its 150th birthday as a country this past Saturday, and tomorrow the United States will celebrate the 241st year since the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Up here in Canada, 150 years is being made a big deal of, with every corporation and brand jumping on the

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From Disck Pictures and the young, multi-talented director behind such works as Dark Prism and Amityville: Vanishing Point comes a film featuring none other than the famed dark cabaret goth musician Aurelio Voltaire! It’s called ReAgitator: Revenge of the Parody and it looks like Dylan Greenberg’s most promising film to

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Day 2 of the inaugural Northwest Terror Fest was a blur of grindcore, powerviolence and crust galore. New Orleans grind punks Recluse ignited the adrenaline rush that only began to fade a few blocks away from Neumo’s at the Highline where Usnea played their red light flooded doom showcase. Where

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Now it’s time for part two of the TODAY IS THE DAY Origins, directed by David Hall. The deluxe version of Temple of the Morning Star is out now on The End Records, plus Today is the Day embark on a national tour starting July 6th (they will be joined by

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