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Text by Spyros and Photos by Abi Ghoulson This tour could not be more timely. Endon recently released the successor to the seminal Through The Mirror, taking an old-school punk detour with Boy Meets Girl. Baptists cemented their name in the current punk/crust pantheon with Beacon Of Faith, while Sumac

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Text & Photos by Charles Nickles Sometimes, when shit gets weird, it’s good to go the metal show. Get hot. Get deaf. Get hit. Maybe iron some of those wrinkles out of your cranium. Other times, it leaves you wholly twisted on the very nature of your personal being. And

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REVIEW Love is what makes us human. It guides our decisions, shapes our worldview, and defines our experiences. Its absence spells tragedy, while its presence fills our lives with meaning. This is part of what Sumac’s latest album, Love in Shadow, wants to tell us. In its four tracks, due

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Earlier this year, Vancouver’s BAPTISTS released their third full-length on Southern Lord, Beacon of Faith. Baptists are hometown heroes and their Vancouver shows have a reputation for getting rowdy, and their album release show was as wild as any. Our comrade Taylor Ferguson was on hand to capture the frenzied

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The legendary Japanese multi-instrumentalist Keiji Haino has always been a prime figure in the experimental, free-rock, improvisation realm. His collaborations with other prominent artists have always been enticing and forward thinking, be it with krautrock masters Faust, fellow Japanese heavy experimentalists Boris, drone overlord Stephen O’Malley or jazz aficionados like

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Converge/Sumac/Cult Leader – January 19th, 2018 The Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, BC First off, let’s take a moment to admire how stacked this bill is, shall we? Any of these bands by themselves would be a fair reason to reconsider what plans you had, but together? You’d have to be an

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