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Photos: Taylor Ferguson One of the shows with the biggest buzz in Vancouver was NECROT’s vile performance at The Astoria last month for the 8th instalment of A Night of Death and Doom. You can see the fury and frenzy of the crowd from the photos our comrade Taylor Ferguson

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I guess I became a Misfots fiend in 1983, and ever since I have been addicted to their kind of horror bizness. What’s cool about Misfits is that is that a lot of their shows were filmed, plus people collected their flyers. There will only ever be one band that

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Neurosis‘ focus on music as a cathartic experience makes them more than a little difficult to process, not only by virtue of their power and volume but as a result of their fondness for taking extended hypnotic sections and twisting them to become endurance feats. Their use of space and

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Twisted minds,  The Taboo, The Unknown, Pushing Sexual Boundaries are the kinds of thoughts that come to my mind when I think about where certain punks went creatively in the mid 80’s. I was a teenager when I realized that the older heads around me were into shit that I just

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The Silverwater Women’s Correctional Facility has one inmate that is like no other. In 2001, one of the most gruesome murders in the history of Australia occurred. Katherine Mary Knight was the first woman in Australia to be sentenced to life imprisonment, with her file marked “never to be released.”

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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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The music of Reuben Sawyer is nomadic in spirit, passing through vast soundscapes and never settling in one place for too long. From drone pop and psychedelic krautrock to blackened punk, throbbing industrial, and ambient house, the prolific multi-instrumentalist has proven himself the master of many musical worlds in his

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Something very special took place on July 3rd in Brooklyn, New York. Amenra played a small show at St. Vitus, and the visual proof was captured by our comrade Max Volume Silence Live.  

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