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Text and Photos from Charles Nickles aka @kidswinging After you’ve found yourself peaking on some seriously speedy gel tabs at dawn, getting a handjob from an eight-eyed, Double-D’ed beast of a bad idea who keeps calling you “faggot” for going limp in her murderous grasp while your mother putters about the

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Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran The flat, windswept grounds of Salt Lake City’s Utah State Fairpark hosted an eclectic and diverse two-day music festival, CrucialFest, boasting an impressive collection of well known names in heavy music, plus a plethora of local and regional bands spanning genres from Hip Hop to

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Mirrors For Psychic Warfare is the collaboration between Scott Kelly (Neurosis) and Sanford Parker (Buried At Sea), which stemmed from their tenure with experimental industrial project Corrections House. While Corrections House reveled in the extreme, aggressive sound of heavy industrial music, Mirrors For Psychic Warfare performs a deeper dive into

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Many people inspire me and one of them happens to be Scott Kelly of Neurosis. One reason is that we are both survivors of the California punk scene. Another reason is that for more than three decades, he has created music with Neurosis that has changed my life and many

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All Photos and Text by Bobby Cochran It’s a unique opportunity to be invited to travel with an established band and document their time on the road, both onstage and off.  I connected with the band back in June, then started messaging with Colin van Eeckhout, Amenra’s singer and primary creative

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A couple of weeks ago, Sean and I attained one of our personal goals. Since the our first year of operations as CVLT Nation, we have been covering the almighty AMENRA – but in all the seven years since, we hadn’t had the opportunity to see them perform live. So

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