The artist Ashkan Honarvar, previously featured here, is transfixed by the gruesomeness of the body and cruelty of human nature; in his multimedia creations, he asks that we come face-to-face with the painful, dark cavities of our minds, painting a visual diary of fear, violence, and revulsion. His series Faces
CVLT Nation interviews Dave & Mike V. of BONG. Hi guys! Thanks for finding the time to do this interview, it is really appreciated! Would you like to introduce the band? Dave: I’m Dave… I’m responsible for the bass and vocals. Mike V: Guitarist, and then we have Ben Freeth,
The Church of Ra recently congregated in Porto, Portugal at the Hard Club on April 17th, 2014, and our photographer Nuno Bernardo was on hand to document the rituals! He captured the stunning performances of Hessian, Oathbreaker, Treha Sektori and Amenra in all their mystery…check out his awesome photos below!
Photos by Gemma Shaw Words by Luke Bolton Day 2 – Friday The Body are first up on Friday. To start with, the sound isn’t up to scratch, but it slowly turns up and this two-piece churns out some nasty filth. It’s a fine performance. Later on, I was told
By Sahara Borja via Feature Shoot Copenhagen-based photographer Bjørn Haldorsen began Evergreen, his work exploring a Brooklyn funeral home of the same name, while still a student at the International Center of Photography. In his examination of death and its depressingly pragmatic post-processes, he writes that Evergreen made him “understand
Sonic Cathedrals Vol. CXXXVII by PYRRHON goes live today, and the band has put together a mix that will tear your eardrums to shreds! Listener beware… A lot of metal fans (and bands) treat harsh vocals as window dressing or an afterthought. I’m not one of those people — I