cult of luna
Before we start, I’ve got to say I don’t like writing reviews much – even though I really like reading them. But when CVLT Nation asked me to write about the new Cult of Luna record, it was one of those things that are just impossible to say no to.
Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran The final day started with a frantic run-around after misreading the schedule, which inevitably resulted in my missing mainstage openers Windhand, much to my chagrin. I did manage to catch Zeal & Ardor, however. A six-piece band who justified their considerable buzz with a
There is no doubt that Cult of Luna is one of the most important bands in the post-metal scene of the early ’00s. Throughout the years, they have crafted new worlds and unexplored soundscapes, from the release of their debut self-titled album, to Vertikal in 2012. In their previous full-length,
Text and Photos: Gemma Shaw It’s finally that time of year again. What seems like an eternity is now upon us. Roadburn is a high point for many worshipers of the riff and its strange relations. A newly expanded 013 venue with more tickets meant more people adding to the unbridled
Text and Photos: Abi Coulson I was once told that the words “awesome” and amazing” are vastly overused in today’s society, and I too am guilty of contributing to this overuse. However, I can truly say that this show at Vancouver’s Rickshaw on the infamous East Hastings St was, in
This Saturday in Vancouver one of the best shows of the year is about to take place, featuring Cult of Luna, Subrosa, Minsk, Bushwhacker ,If We Are Machines and Astrakhan at the Rickshaw…For those people reading this that can’t make it, or are going and want to get psyched up,