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Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran Those of us on the west coast who also happen to be fans of Seattle proto-psych-stoner-drone metal ensemble Earth got a super special treat this week.  The pioneering quartet decided to perform their groundbreaking and enthralling opus “The Bees Made Honey In The Lion’s

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Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran The flat, windswept grounds of Salt Lake City’s Utah State Fairpark hosted an eclectic and diverse two-day music festival, CrucialFest, boasting an impressive collection of well known names in heavy music, plus a plethora of local and regional bands spanning genres from Hip Hop to

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Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran It’s a distinct treat when two complimentary, unique and genre-pushing artists decide to join forces and hit the road together.  Russian Circles and Chelsea Wolfe (who’ve been label-mates and sometimes collaborators for many years) brought this enchanting musical package to the Regency Ballroom in San

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All Photos and Text by Bobby Cochran It’s a unique opportunity to be invited to travel with an established band and document their time on the road, both onstage and off.  I connected with the band back in June, then started messaging with Colin van Eeckhout, Amenra’s singer and primary creative

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Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran Since the birth of Norwegian Black Metal, heavy music has grown up a bit, moving beyond modern Satanism and branching out to embrace European Paganism, among other things.  Album covers featuring dusky forests and snowy mountaintops, ancient runic symbols and icons of ancient earth religions have

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Photos & Text by Bobby Cochran A Place to Bury Strangers are a sonic force to be reckoned with, an overwhelming visual cacophony with the volume to match.  Signs posted on the doors of the Great American Music Hall warned of the use of strobe lights for those prone to seizures, but even this was an understatement.  The

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