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Photographer: Teddie Taylor Site: teddietaylor.com Based in: NOLA ONE Chelsea Wolfe + band in Atlanta, GA     I had conveniently run into Chelsea and Ben in the French Quarter in New Orleans in 2015 and ended up shooting my very first attempt at a “band portrait” after the show that night. It

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Teddie Taylor interviews ASEETHE Aseethe bears a rare, serene form of doom. In the midst of never-ending, stomach churning riffs, there exists a calm, enchanting feeling that opposes the generic connotations of their metal categorization. Before any section of one of their monumental tracks can become too comfortable, slight shifts

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Teddie Taylor interviews Dead To A Dying World Dead To A Dying World is cinematic in scale and even mightier in the tales its many moving parts manage to weave. The seven-piece ensemble concocts a sonic experience that is equal parts sunlight as shadow; they intertwine the heartbreak of the viola

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Text & Photos: Teddie Taylor Genocide Pact are suffocating in the highest, complimentary form of the word. From the birthplace of hardcore, they are crafting death metal that harkens to the greats while pushing forward to something even greater. The trio’s 2015 record, Forged Through Domination, was a looming reminder

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Teddie Taylor interviews Sex Prisoner Tucson, Arizona’s Sex Prisoner take the abrasiveness of the Sonoran and convert it into a sweltering sound as short-lived as the sunset on the desert horizon. In 2016, their brilliantly cacophonous Tannhäuser Gate became an immediate staple in any powerviolence/hardcore collector’s vinyl library; the quartet

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Interview by Teddie Taylor Michigan-based Dakhma meld atmospheric black metal, crust and grindcore into a singular, natural entity. Suna Kulto, the trio’s latest EP, is an extensive, fluctuating two-song exploration of extremes rooted in contrast and abrupt disruption. By the end of the first nearly 20-minute track, you’ve experienced anguish,

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