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Looking at Kansuke Yamamoto’s photographs, it’s easy to overlook the fact that in creating these surreal images, he was risking imprisonment. In the mid-1950s, Japan was not a place that fostered creative expression – rather it cracked down on any artist who attempted to subvert the establishment and the government-sanctioned way

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Text & Photos: Nathaniel Shannon I had to work Thursday night, so Friday morning, about 2am, I headed to Washington, DC for the inauguration and women’s march. I had mixed feelings about both. Either this shit is either going to be really beautiful, and really bring people together in a way that Kellyanne Conway and the

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L.A. post-punk band The Wraith, which consists of ex-members of Blink 182, Lost Tribe (RVA) and Cinema Strange (LA), have released their debut EP entitled Shadow Flag. The Wraith’s sound is drawn from elements of 80’s UK post punk and LA deathrock. Comparisons have been made to Killing Joke, TSOL and

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Last year in August, I wrote the below words about VRTRA and I meant every word! Now it’s time for you to see rad footage from their very first live ritual! I got word from Sentient Ruin Laboratories that only three tapes are left, so here is your last chance to pick up a copy

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What time is? It’s time to get trippy to the new BONES Mixtape Disgrace! I fucking love this dude’s beats and his vocal delivery. Not only is his music sick as fuck, but he gives it all away for free and is totally DIY. Something about these songs takes me

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Written by Gregory Hadley The Chicago Ripper Crew. Robin Gecht had worked for John Wayne Gacy, the Killer Clown. After Gacy was arrested and incarcerated, Robin formed his own cult, with Edward Spreitzer, Andrew Kokoraleis and Thomas Kokoraleis. Obsessed with Satanic rituals, Heavy Metal music and murder, the Crew engaged

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When I look back at the Punk scene during the 80’s, I think of MRR – I have to give them respect for letting us see the scene from a global perspective. Without their scene reports, I would have never heard of bands like Tampere SS, Kaaos, Appendix, Riistetyt and

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I remember I was looking for some death industrial bands in the vein of Mz. 412 and In Slaughter Natives on the internet, and the name Satanismo Calibro 9 popped out. I was immediately attracted to the name and I got instantly hooked on their own Infernal Industrial music, and they’re

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