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High upon the peak of a distant mountain in Portland, Oregon lies a jagged cliff overlooking a frigid landscape. Upon that cliff lies the mouth to what appears to be an endless trail of darkness. A place where nightmares are conjured, and souls are stolen. Within this cave lies the

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 19th – 22nd April 2018 Tilburg, Netherlands By Kris T. Therrian – FB / Instagram Already months before the festival start, the hype was oh so real. Announcements about new venues, specially commissioned pieces, mindblowing collaborations, exhibitions, panel talks and listening sessions, kept rolling in and not least the announcements about

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Demilich with Hooded Menace, Vastum, and Temple of Abandonment – October 23rd, The Red Room, Vancouver BC I’ve always been a fan of shows that bring a little unexpected to the table, and this night was a pretty good example of that. I think it had been over a year since

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Last weekend, DOOM took over London in the form of the Doom Over London Fest, which featured three days of non-stop low end rumbling the cobbled streets! Our photographer Gemma Shaw was on hand to capture some of the intense sets from that weekend, including Bossk, Conjurer, Esoteric, Eye of

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SIX – FÓRN Weltschmerz Once more like clockwork, Fórn returns one year after their debut full-length to unveil their second EP, entitled Weltschmerz (roughly translates as “world-weariness).” The band’s newest offering will see the light of day (darkness of night, depending on your point of view) through Gilead Media around

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In terms of extreme metal – mainly death and doom/death – Finland had, and currently has, a very, very strong scene. The Finnish death metal domain in the ’90s might not have had the same flash that the Swedish and US scenes did, but the albums released in that period were nothing but monumental.

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