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It can be difficult to find children’s books that are equally entertaining for both me and my kids. Generally I find kids books mind-numbing, but we can usually agree on Dr. Seuss. So that’s why Australian illustrator R.J. Ivankovic aka Dr. Faustus’ re-imagining of H.P. Lovecraft classics as Dr. Seuss

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I love looking at photos from the past, so today I wanted to share with you these spot on photos of 80’s Death-rockers/Goths from 80’s goth tumblr.  

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“Panopticon playing on a stage in the forest? Yes, please.” This quote was taken directly from an email I sent to Cvlt Nation Witch Queen Meghan MacRae last week. If you are like me, and the idea of Panopticon possibly playing in the forest is enough to have you scrambling

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1984 going into 1985 was an interesting time for me and the way I saw hardcore. I was starting to get into reggae heavily, as well as post-punk. During this time, I was still an avid reader of MMR – my favorite sections were their international coverage. One band from

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Permanent Sleep is a very interesting small publishing press based out of Toronto, Ontario that focuses on releasing radical shit in many different forms! They have just released the second pressing of Spoilers book ‘The Ashes of Howard Beach’. To celebrate the second edition, they have also released a cassette tape

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One of America’s most important young DOOM bands doing it right now is BLACK TOMB. They came out with their debut tape last year and sold out of a couple of presses real quick. I went ape shit when I heard them for the first time, and I knew I

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Originally posted on Creepy Culture Society Since the dawn of human-kind, we have been captivated by death and what lies beyond our living experience. Attempts to contact the other side to obtain hidden knowledge have been commonplace in cultures around the world for thousands of years and, no doubt, beyond

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Japan has always been famous for its fashion subcultures. Walk about Tokyo on the weekend and you’ll see the usual mash-up of lolita, rockabilly and cosplay enthusiasts. But look that little bit harder and you’ll also see the chino slacks, white vests and tattoos belonging to Japanese ‘Cholos’ – those who

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