Text and Photos from Charles Nickles I don’t know who I am today and I don’t really care but I am a bit concerned that my feet are bleeding and so is my asshole or asscrack or let’s not get too fuckin’ specific because when there’s blood below the waistline
When I was planning this series, I knew this would be the Big One. Isis’s Panopticon is the jewel in their belligerent crown, a measured, cohesive, erudite record that caps off their early development. For those of you following this series who were looking forward to more – and
Check out these moving Full Sets from PANOPTICON // WOVENHAND that took place at this years FIRE IN THE MOUNTAINS Fest. Nuff respect due to Samuel Thomas Claeys Film via unARTigNYC for capturing this outstanding footage!
Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran Since the birth of Norwegian Black Metal, heavy music has grown up a bit, moving beyond modern Satanism and branching out to embrace European Paganism, among other things. Album covers featuring dusky forests and snowy mountaintops, ancient runic symbols and icons of ancient earth religions have
Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran There are a lot of things the organizers of this year’s Northwest Terror Fest can be proud of. For example, the shows ran on time (even though there were 10 bands a day between two venues), the audience was enthusiastic and respectful of performers and
By Kris T. Therrian FB / Instagram DAY THREE – Saturday 21st Bands seen: Hugsjá, Damo Suzuki & Minami Deutsch, Panopticon, Volcano, Boris & Stephen O’Malley, NYIÞ & Wormlust: Hieros Gamos, Dhidalah, All Pigs Must Die, Thou x The Body, Earthless & Kikagaku Moyo: East meets West Jam, Occvlta Probably owing to PTSD and