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As a commander of any military force, at what point do the people become units? Much the same with corporate executives, cutting deals and making decisions in their ascended, lavish high rise boardrooms that will go on to change the quality of life for myriad nameless workers, to take on

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Ester Segarra creates epic and timeless photographs of some of heavy metal’s most iconic figures, and she has just published a beautiful tome of her photos called Ars Umbra. This book is a must-have for any trve follower of the underground, featuring photos of Watain, Electric Wizard, Rotting Christ, Venom,

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Now, I’ll start off by saying that I’m not Denver born and raised, nor do I have memories of how it used to be or how it was better back then. But I do know enough people, who I spoke to for this article, that have lived here their whole

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Pickens county, Alabama. Deep in the heart of the south, a newly constructed court house stands tall and proud as a beacon for the townsfolk as a symbol of the foundations of American justice. Once a symbol of pride for the town now is a beacon for a different reason,

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This feature was pinched from Dazed Digital “Funnily enough ‘mallgoth’ was meant to be a bit of an insult,” explains Trinity Levy, the Arizona-based high school senior who started the Instagram account @1990smallgoth. “Being called a mallgoth was the equivalent of being called a poser. The purpose of it was to

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Taking Thomas Browne’s Skull: A Brief Tale of Morbid Irony A weathered bronze statue overlooks Norwich’s Hay Hill. It depicts English writer and occultist Thomas Browne, his head resting against one hand as he contemplates a broken urn in the other. Overseeing this sullen pose are the tall, arched stained

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