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Modified Ghost Festival III – Day Two The Black Dahlia Murder / Beyond Creation / Gatecreeper / Homewrecker / Kataplexis / WTCHDR The Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, BC May 24th, 2018 With the annual Modified Ghost Festival in its third year now, it’s hard to not appreciate how much of a

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A couple of weeks ago, absolute fucking mayhem descended on Vancouver BC for the third annual MODIFIED GHOST FEST!! Five days of heavy and heavier took over the downtown east side as metal heads overflowed The Rickshaw to see the likes of Obituary, The Black Dahlia Murder,

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Photos & Text by Charles Nickles Life is weird and awful and wondrous and if I had a nickel for every time I wished I could just find a way to die without having to rationalize the crass grandiloquence of suicide I’d be comfortable enough to not give a fuck

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Pinched from Dangerous Minds One item you might have missed in the neverending news tsunami of the past couple years: the quadrisected, photocopied face in the Discharge logo belongs to the great singer Mark Stewart. That’s him staring back at you (or so it seems; I always assumed Discharge guy’s

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Via The Bohemian Blog A lot of European countries have them. The Lithuanians celebrate the festival of Užgavėnės by burning a gruesome effigy, a female personification of Winter, before parading through the streets dressed as witches and goats and devils. The Romanian Capra festival is similarly symbolic of the New Year, a Dionysiac celebration

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It’s an unverified fact that Japanese culture is one of the most polite and respectful in the world – even when its people are frequenting the many love hotels, private sex parties and bars that Tokyo has to offer. Polish-born photographer Pawel Jaszczuk spent three years frequenting such places, capturing

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