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The clout gods smiled down on AZ recently as they delivered the social event of the year to the distraught and depraved residents of  Tucson and Phoenix. Let’s face it, Instagram culture has forced promoters to incorporate more diversity into their lineups and obviously the shows featured in this photo

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God lives in Tucson, Arizona. I know that may come as a shock to some of you but it’s true. On some days you’ll find him face down in a ditch with a forty in both hands, others you’ll see him cramming a Sonoran dog down his divine throat at

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Photos & Text by Eduardo Cruz/IG: specialeddie_98 Texas punk-influenced death metal trio Mammoth Grinder live in Tucson, AZ, and are on their latest tour in support of their new album Cosmic Crypt. Also performing alongside them is Arizona’s own Sonoran Desert death metallers Gatecreeper. The two bands without a doubt set the place on

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Photos: Pablo Vigueras If you haven’t been paying attention to Arizona hardcore, then you’re fuckin’ up. That’s putting a not too fine a point on it, either. Over the last few years, bands from across the Grand Canyon state have been cropping up triumphant like a Saguaro cactus on a barren

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As a species, we’ve had a good run. Now, by our own doing, it would appear as though the combination of mother nature and the rapid nuclear proliferation by unstable states is more or less going to be our demise. Which is fine, I guess. It’s not like we really

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We all have events we look forward to. Birthdays, anniversaries and holidays are all temporal cushions that ease the annoyance of our day-by-day tedium. For those fortunate enough to not be tied to Christmas’s hypocritical thrall, Halloween usually is the holiday to enjoy. For the last five years, that weekend

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