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ArtPoetry

The ever-inspiring Davey Bales of The Wraith fame has released the fourth installment of his Dead Flowers poetry series! If you enjoyed his last issue, this one will not disappoint. Davey is constantly evolving as a person and his poetry is no exception. His best work yet, issue #4 has

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BizarreCvltureFeatured

Text via The Things This website logs the world’s births and deaths in real time. Flashing green dots appear on a simple map, indicating where a baby was born. (There is also a continuously-updating list on the left for births). At the same time, flashing red dots appear on the map, indicating

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CvltureDIYHistoryMusicPUNK

Via Dazed Digital/Text Cassidy George The four-piece lived with the New York Dolls and played with Sid Vicious, but they’ve been largely written out of cultural history   An essential part of learning history is questioning it, asking what has become part of our cultural memory and what might have been

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Death MetalGrindcoreHardcoreMusicUncategorized

It can be a test of perseverance and a little bit of stubbornness create a band that bets in an extreme sound. But Test, a grind/death duo with hints of punk/hardcore from São Paulo (Brazil) make it happen with their desire to burst your ears with relentless machinery drums, piercing

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BizarreCvltureHistory

At the southern end of Woodlawn Cemetery just west of Chicago, a 750-plot area called Showmen’s Rest is set aside as a burial ground for circus folk. There is a lot to appreciate in this small graveyard, but perhaps most compelling of all are the dozens of graves marked “Unknown

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BizarreCvltureHistory

Having spent a great deal of my lifetime in Northern California, I’ve found that amidst the abundant redwood forests and grazing cattle, there was a much deeper underbelly of creepy stories and folklore. From the Golden State Killer to the ghost town of Bodie, there seems to be an inherent

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