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Few mysteries remain in heavy metal. With unlimited internet access and a plethora of people who have dedicated much of their life to becoming heavy metal historians, it is hard to find a band that existed that no one knows anything about. When I started seeing an LP with three

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Stick hex from Episode 1 of True Detective.
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Part II- Trail of the Great Old Ones While the stick hexes of the Blair Witch franchise have a clear lineage, the so-called “devil nets” or “bird traps” of True Detective have a much more mysterious origin. They are described by a pastor in an early episode as being connected

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Bardo Methodology by far is the sickest and most in-depth magazine in the underground! Their interviews are in a league of their own – in issue III you will find interviews with Leviathan, Portal, Watain, Darkthrone and many more! The amount of passion that is put into each issue is

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Black metal cannot be separated from its clichés. Church burnings, satan worship, misanthropia. That the treble-filled, lo-fi recordings can act not only to honor a malevolent deity bent on bringing about the end of the world, but the music can be a literal summoning of that dark force. Corpsepaint, a

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Joe Blablazo is a comic book artist based out of Denver, CO. We met quickly after I moved to Denver and became close quickly due to our shared devotion to comic books, DIY culture and absurdity in general. Coming from El Paso, TX, where Joe was entrenched in the punk

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How the youth culture mutated and spread across the borders of the conservative state Pinched from Dazed Digital In 1978, the Turkish rock musician Tünay Akdeniz informed the country’s press – to subsequent horror – that his band were “punk rock.” Akdeniz was mostly sporting a bad boy image to push

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