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Inspired by witchcraft and horror movies themes, between doom, sludge, black, grind, death and post metal, a new event for metal maniacs called VVITCH FESTIVAL is coming in Italy. A trilogy of events plus a fourth one, the festival. Three different venues in Milan, 17 bands, some of them for the

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Last year sucked in a ton of ways, but it had it’s bright spots. One of the brightest for us was NORTHWEST TERROR FEST! Not only was it expertly curated and seamlessly run, but the passion of all in attendance was palpable. The crowd was made up of people who

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Text & Photos Bobby Cochran Nothing gets one in the spirit of a full day of live heavy music like the death-spiral durges of Richmond VA’s Cough, who opened Saturday’s festivities in the main room at The Joint.  Today’s main room lineup was pretty staggering, with NWOBHM vets Diamond Head, Scandinavian folk/black

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The sun is out, but my heart is blacker than black as I listen to the soon to be released album from France’s CELESTE. I must say that this band has gone from strength to strength and their new record Infidèle(s) which comes out this September via Denovali does the

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Temples Fest just closed it’s doors for 2015 and we’re already looking forward to 2016! Our Day two coverage via Gemma Shaw features unreal photos of CELESTE, BOLZER, GOATSNAKE, GRAVE MIASMA, HALSHUG, MANTAR, PIG DESTROYER, PORTAL, SKITSYSTEM, SONANCE, SUNN O))), TORCHE and TRIPTYKON! Enjoy these awesome photos below! CELESTE PIG DESTROYER SONANCE

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A great live band is a band who completely makes you forgot that you’ve heard them before, a band that is so good in real life that it makes you see them from a whole new perspective. I’ve experienced this with quite a few bands before, but in this paper

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