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Check out these moving Full Sets from PANOPTICON // WOVENHAND that took place at this years FIRE IN THE MOUNTAINS Fest. Nuff respect due to Samuel Thomas Claeys Film via unARTigNYC for capturing this outstanding footage!    

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Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran Since the birth of Norwegian Black Metal, heavy music has grown up a bit, moving beyond modern Satanism and branching out to embrace European Paganism, among other things.  Album covers featuring dusky forests and snowy mountaintops, ancient runic symbols and icons of ancient earth religions have

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Photographer: Bobby Cochran Based in: Bay Area Site: bobbycochranphoto.com   ONE: Wovenhand   I’d only been using a camera for about 4 months, and this was the first show I’d ever shot (as is evidenced by the poor quality photo). It was kinda amazing I got to do it in

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran There’s always a moment just before Wovenhand begin playing where vocalist/guitarist/mastermind David Eugene Edwards begins slipping from this world into some other… as if spirits begin swirling in the air around him and he listens, murmurs out loud to them, awakens himself to their presence.  This has

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David Eugene Edwards, main man of Wovenhand, made quite an interesting turn with his previous full-length, Refractory Obdurate. Having signed at the time with Deathwish Inc., it felt fitting to produce a slightly heavier, more aggressive album. That is not to say that he left behind his musical roots, but

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In recent times, you’ve toured alongside other boundary-dissolving acts such as Chelsea Wolfe and Marriages, as well as been a part of some prominent festivals (such as Roadburn and the upcoming Psycho Las Vegas) that are known for their diverse lineups – how does it feel to be able to

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