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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 19th – 22nd April 2018 Tilburg, Netherlands By Kris T. Therrian – FB / Instagram Already months before the festival start, the hype was oh so real. Announcements about new venues, specially commissioned pieces, mindblowing collaborations, exhibitions, panel talks and listening sessions, kept rolling in and not least the announcements about

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Photos: Milton Stille Russian Circles with King Woman April 2nd, 2018 – The Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver, BC   In all the years we’ve been covering Russian Circles and King Woman, I’ve only been able to admire them from afar. It was a thrill to find out that these two bands

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San Francisco progressive black metal trio ION have self-released their towering sophomore LP A Path Unknown early this year, and it’s a mesmerizing gem of shapeshifting blackened metal like none other. With three monstrous songs clocking in at a staggering 30, 17, and 20 minutes respectively, you know what is awaiting

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There’s a degree of irony that comes with awarding media points to someone who stands in stark contrast with everything the spotlight represents. In the case of rapper Gizmo, perhaps it’s better to do more telling than showing, conveying just enough to pique interests without finessing through flash. While Wicca

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Glorious, Majestic, Expansive, Urgent, Beautiful are some of the words that come to minds as I listen to the new DDENT LP entitled Toro. This shows the world why I feel DDENT manifest some of the sickest Post Metal in the game. These humans know how to write songs that

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If you’ve never heard of X-acto, the hardcore band from Portugal, I guarantee that you are definitely missing out. Or at least were, at the time. Not only because they were good, but also because – to a lot of kids at the time – they were legendary. In fact,

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