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Fuck yeah let’s all spit in the face of conformity!!! As we all know, bikers have been living on the fringe of society for decades! The proof of this can be seen in the up close and very personal photos by Pulsating Paula.  You can read below what I wrote

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I guess the Trump administration can stop worrying about abortion being a problem in the U.S., because the Hindu goddess Parvati is putting those unborn souls to good use – she’s putting them into Thai baby dolls called luk thep, or child angels, originally created by supernatural capitalist Mae Ning. These

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Interview by Teddie Taylor Michigan-based Dakhma meld atmospheric black metal, crust and grindcore into a singular, natural entity. Suna Kulto, the trio’s latest EP, is an extensive, fluctuating two-song exploration of extremes rooted in contrast and abrupt disruption. By the end of the first nearly 20-minute track, you’ve experienced anguish,

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Art Signified 4 Year Anniversary Night One: High On Fire, Archons, Waingro, Astrakhan, Dead Quiet, Heron and HEDKS. At the Rickshaw, Vancouver BC on January 20th, 2017. Presented by Timbre Concerts and Art Signified I am going to keep this write-up as brief and simple as possible, simply because it would

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One of my favorite skate brands as a kid that wasn’t from Cali was Texas’ ZORLAC! Not only did they have gnarly skaters such as Craig Johnson, but Pushead was their in-house artist. Check out this kick ass video: ZORLAC’s Zero the Hero, which also features a pretty rocking soundtrack…Everything is BIGGER and

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I’ve looked at a lot of crime scene photos since starting this blog (ok…maybe before that, too), and I think these ones from 1920s NYC might be the worst I’ve seen yet. There’s something in the stark lighting that makes these look almost unreal; the scenes of terror frozen in

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Harvest Gulgaltha‘s slow and rotten blackened death-doom is both punk as fuck as majestic as hell, mesmerizing in its simplicity but at the same time towering in its commanding dominance and undisputed majesty. Ever since encountering their I demo back in 2012, I was blown away. I was fascinated by the band’s

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I can’t remember a time when CVLT Nation did not support our comrades YOUNG AND IN THE WAY. Almost 3 years ago, they released When Life Comes To Death; and it was straight raging black death with no filler! The word in the underground is that they have wrapped up their

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