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By Kris T. Therrian  FB / Instagram DAY THREE – Saturday 21st Bands seen: Hugsjá, Damo Suzuki & Minami Deutsch, Panopticon, Volcano, Boris & Stephen O’Malley, NYIÞ & Wormlust: Hieros Gamos, Dhidalah, All Pigs Must Die, Thou x The Body, Earthless & Kikagaku Moyo: East meets West Jam, Occvlta Probably owing to PTSD and

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One of the most celebrated tours that just took place was AMENRA and BORIS. Our comrade Void Revelations caught the tour in Karlsruhe, Germany, and from the photos you can tell it was an intense affair! Follow Void Revelations @voidrevelations   AMENRA   BORIS

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Amenra & Boris – Thekla, Bristol, UK February 14th 2018 The pairing of Belgian post-metal masters Amenra and experimental Japanese noise-makers Boris on this co-headlong European tour of which the setting of the Thekla in Bristol was the first date was always going to be a dream match for music

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If there was award for the most emotional and moving release of 2017, Amenra’s Mass VI would win hands down! This epic sonic storm of emotion helps me navigate through all of life’s pressures. This is a record that will not get old to me, but grow with me as I grow.

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October 8th, 2017 – Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver BC Pioneers of extreme noise metal Endon opened the night with a punishingly intense and captivating set. I can’t quite put my finger on exactly what it is that makes these guys so engaging, all I know is it’s really hard to look away

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Full Of Hell is one of the most innovative and ever-changing artists in the heavy music scene, going from harsh noise to blistering hardcore to grind to nothing but walls of sound and into various other territories that many are afraid to go to. I was happy to talk to

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