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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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Toronto native Doug Brown is on his way across the United States this summer and fall to showcase his new Grindcore documentary “Slave to the Grind.” The first official documentary on this subject, the film explores the history and influence that bands like Repulsion, Brutal Truth and Anal Cunt (just

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A couple of weeks ago, absolute fucking mayhem descended on Vancouver BC for the third annual MODIFIED GHOST FEST!! Five days of heavy and heavier took over the downtown east side as metal heads overflowed The Rickshaw to see the likes of Obituary, The Black Dahlia Murder,

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A couple of weeks ago, absolute fucking mayhem descended on Vancouver BC for the third annual MODIFIED GHOST FEST!! Five days of heavy and heavier took over the downtown east side as metal heads overflowed The Rickshaw to see the likes of Obituary, The Black Dahlia Murder,

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In March, Philadelphia hosted Decibel magazine’s second annual Metal and Beer Festival. Besides having an ever flow of craft beers, the two headliners for Saturday and Sunday were legendary death metal bands:  At The Gates and Carcass. Both bands were debuting their new guitarists for the first time on U.S.

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2017 came to a close with Dawn Ray’d’s The Unlawful Assembly ending up on a truckload of year-end lists. The album certainly deserved all of the accolades it received (although I personally could have done without the awkward folk passages that bookended each side). It was a blistering atmospheric black

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