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Calling all ghouls in the Detroit, MI area (yes, I’m talking to you my fellow Canadians) – here’s an art exhibition to travel for! This Saturday, February 2nd, an extraordinary display of the paranormal both on this plane and behind the veil will take place at the Cagliostro estate at

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So one of the sickest hardcore tours to hit the West Coast featuring JESUS PIECE ,GAG, and VAMACHARA is over. This intense collection of shows was captured by the always on point Gabe Becerra @gabethepigeon. He traveled to every city and took so many epic photos – and we are so honored that he

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On January 19th, hardcore history was made in Denver at the CITY HUNTER record release show for their Youth Attack release Deep Blood. There is no shame in our game – we know for a fact that this band is on some next level HATE! Michael Medina captured photographic proof

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On Friday, November 23rd, there was a massive gathering of the underground at Vancouver’s The Astoria pub. Punks, crusties, metal heads, and normies all converged on the dingy dive to celebrate a local band that unites us all – AHNA. Alongside them were more excellent local bands: Auroch, Radioactive Vomit,

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Ringworm, with Wormwitch, The Waning Light, and Drown In Ashes The Astoria, Vancouver, October 14th, 2018 There ain’t nothing like a nice little Sunday night rager courtesy of unrelenting hardcore veterans Ringworm, with a little local support. Launching the night were Drown In Ashes, who made a very compelling argument

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I once had a therapist tell me, “our parents know how to push our buttons because they are the ones who installed them.” While I have worked through all my resentments with my parents and accept they were doing the best they could with the tools they had at the

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