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One of my life’s passions is collecting band tees. A running joke in my family is that our legacy to our children will be vinyl, posters and t-shirts; and we don’t care how broke they are when we die, they better not sell them. In my vast collection, I have

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Car culture in America is huge. Maybe that’s an obvious statement for the Americans reading this, but you need to understand that in other countries, car shows are not the ubiquitous events they are in every state and city of the USA, featuring every niche of car/truck/ATV that exists. So

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Windhand, with guests Haggatha Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, BC April 22nd, 2017 I have probably expressed my contempt for early shows more than once. There’s just something that strikes me as counter-intuitive about starting a two band show in the early evening, then booting all attendees at 10pm to make

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It’s a gorgeous, sunny day here in Vancouver, but I feel dark inside. Days like this I remember that death can come to me under the sun, as well as under the moon. So it’s the perfect time to listen to the crushing, dark, heaviness of SEKTARISM. Their ritualistic funeral doom is a

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Despite their releases being few and sparse, Loss should be considered extreme doom/death royalty. This is also depicted in the collaborations they have done, releasing split records with Necros Christos and Worship, at a time when both those acts were still getting their footing in the extreme metal scene. It

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20th – 23rd APRIL, Tilburg, Netherlands Text & Photos: Kris T. Therrian / 17 seconds photography DAY THREE – Saturday The experimental collaboration between Earth’s Dylan Carlson and The Bug warranted a smooth start of the day, very slow and droning. The duo was steeped in darkness with occasional red

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Death in June are a band who have been dogged by controversy, but the influence of their music and aesthetic on the underground is undeniable. Today we want to share with you two amazing Death in June cover projects – Sweden’s Down in June and Germany’s Death in Rome. They both

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Once upon a time, before Judeo-Christian ideology permeated every fucking layer of our lives and spread its self-righteous, complacent bullshit all over the globe, the people of Kiribati, a tiny reef island nation in the Pacific, had a complex burial ritual for their dead. Comprised of 33 atolls and a

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