Sleazy streets, broken beer bottles, street lights shining on shattered Hollywood dreams…a place where American ghouls lurk. Out of the shady side of this place, one blond-haired weirdo changed the face of American rock ‘n roll with his guitar and some heavy fucking lyrics. Many of the early punks, as
2014 saw Caïna celebrate ten years of existence, and while founder Andrew Curtis-Brignell had, at one point, laid the band aside, the call of musical catharsis was too much and the band began to create once more. A few small cassette releases were put out, and January 2015 sees Caïna deliver a brand
One of the oldest black metal bands is breaking ten years of silence. In 1986, these Italian hell hounds were hot on the heels of black metal godfathers Venom, Bathory and Mercyful Fate. Thirty years of evil has taught Mortuary Drape to not let a note go to waste on
Over the past few decades, we have gotten closer and closer to the alloys and plastics that make up our technological counterparts. They help us connect to one another, they give us knowledge and they help us remember everything from daily tasks to historical events. Every month that goes by,
Terrorism is defined as “the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.” Western media likes to paint terrorists with a brown face, but one of the most horrific campaigns of terror happened in the past century on American soil – the estimated 3,436 lynchings of black
WOVENHAND and CLOUDSPLITTER recently came through Vancouver and put on a killer show! Our photographer Tiina Liimu was on hand to capture the stunning performances…check out her stellar photo essay below!
Salome’s Dance are a deathrock band that hail from St. Petersburg, Russia; appropriately, their debut was released just before Halloween this year. I originally wanted to do an overall piece on Russian deathrock and postpunk that would include both Sierpien (from Moscow, whose earlier interview and streaming LP is available