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Kristina Esfandiari is primarily known as the vocalist of the excellent doom act King Woman, where her thunderous vocal performances cut through a thick veil of heavy riffs. However, there is a different side to Esfandiari’s creativity and that is what she partly explores with her side project. With Miserable,

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Kristina Esfandiari (MISERABLE/KING WOMAN) interviews FEARING   What compelled you to start FEARING? I had spent like 5+ years obsessively making music in my room and never really gained the confidence to show anyone besides a recent out of state pen-pal at the time, Brian Vega. He was in the

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Photos: Milton Stille Russian Circles with King Woman April 2nd, 2018 – The Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver, BC   In all the years we’ve been covering Russian Circles and King Woman, I’ve only been able to admire them from afar. It was a thrill to find out that these two bands

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All photos & text by Bobby Cochran Avant-doom masters King Woman and instrumental power trio Russian Circles have joined forces on a country-wide US tour, selling out venues left and right.  It’s no wonder, because both of these bands make music heads and tails above what most other genre-crossing heavy bands

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Next Monday, April 2nd, I will be basking in the golden riffs and melancholy tones of RUSSIAN CIRCLES and KING WOMAN at The Biltmore in Vancouver, BC, and I couldn’t be more excited. Both of these bands are fucking amazing, and have graced these pages more times than I can

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Text and photos: Bobby Cochran   Today was a big day for a number of reasons.  The first, of course, being the HOME SICK 2018  lineup of unbelievably good bands.  The second being the fact that this was a sold out show in a big venue, and a chunk of

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