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Here’s photo evidence that EYEHATEGOD came to Vancouver and totally wrecked shop! Do not get it twisted – Erosion, Waingro and Unroot all showed and proved as well. This show was presented by Modified Ghost and our homie Taylor Ferguson captured it all – good looking out!   EYEHATEGOD EROSION WAINGRO UNROOT

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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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If there’s one thing we’ve discovered by moving CVLT Nation up to the grey mists and green forests of Vancouver, it’s that there is a LOT of underground talent in this city. So what happens when buddies who also happen to make sick visual and musical art get together to

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Last show at Vostok – February 25, 2017 Studio Vostok, Vancouver, BC w/ Storc, Brass, Waingro, Black Wizard Allow me to preface this with an acknowledgement of the privilege inherently involved in being able to participate – in any capacity – in the operation of an ostensibly underground creative space/music

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Art Signified 4 Year Anniversary Night One: High On Fire, Archons, Waingro, Astrakhan, Dead Quiet, Heron and HEDKS. At the Rickshaw, Vancouver BC on January 20th, 2017. Presented by Timbre Concerts and Art Signified I am going to keep this write-up as brief and simple as possible, simply because it would

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Photos by Taylor Ferguson It’s always a bit of a bummer when the headliner has to drop off a bill. When the promoter is taking the approach of incorporating local acts to round out a show, it’s inspiring when a certain balance is achieved. Doubly so when the show is

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