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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A Night of Death and Doom is an ongoing series of showcases in Vancouver that brings the darkest, most vile bands together to crush the Astoria Hotel on Hastings. On Sept. 18th, NECROT brought their decaying fury alongside locals Erosion, Encoffinate and Cranial Sodomy. I managed to

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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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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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Work takes us all to a dark place. We wake up before our bodies are ready, force-feed, put on a uniform and then commute. This gets mistaken for an average responsible adult’s daily routine when in reality it’s coercion of capital. Confined to a space for 40+ hours a week

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Last month, a bunch of Vancouver’s heavy music devotees from across the spectrum packed into one of our favorite venues, Antisocial Skate Shop, to witness the utter sonic destruction that is TRIUMVIR FOUL. It was the 5th edition of the A Night of Death & Doom series, and it featured

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Two Soirees With Baptists, Erosion and Regress, with support from Vaults and Begrime Exemious September 1st & 2nd, 2017 at The Cobalt (Vancouver) & Logan’s Pub (Victoria) Despite the geographical proximity, getting between Vancouver and Victoria is a massive pain in the ass. Between the driving to, and getting on, the

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