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Day Eight of the Chelsea Wolfe and Youth Code Fall Tour took everyone to Houston. Looking at the crowd, it was obvious already that this was going to be a more relaxed show than the formal theatre had hosted the night before. I made my way to the green room by

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Chelsea Wolfe and Youth Code began their Southeastern tour dates in Austin, TX at the 92-year-old Paramount Theatre. Upon entry to the foyer, it was immediately questionable whether the venue had ever seen so many black clad patrons; however, Diamanda Galas had performed on the same stage in April. The

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One of my favorite skate brands as a kid that wasn’t from Cali was Texas’ ZORLAC! Not only did they have gnarly skaters such as Craig Johnson, but Pushead was their in-house artist. Check out this kick ass video: ZORLAC’s Zero the Hero, which also features a pretty rocking soundtrack…Everything is BIGGER and

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Dallas band Garden of Mary are true 80s goth rockers to the core. Not only is their band name in reference to “Mary’s Garden” by Mary Goes Round, they also sound like they could easily have toured with Sisters of Mercy. No strangers to music, these guys are Ryan on vocals (also

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Swirling winds whip at my dark windows and the icy cold looks for ways to creep into my fragile existence. I need music to flicker against the walls of my warm sanctuary, and The Way To Light’s forthcoming release The Howling Twilight via Grimoire Cassette Culture is that music. Their dark

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If you’re the type of person who loves gritty, filthy, scummy music – be it nasty hardcore punk, degenerate power electronics, grimy noise rock, whatever – chances are you’ve heard the news that Austin, TX-based smut mongers, Total Abuse, have a new LP dropping this year. So, I got in touch with Rusty Kelley, the band’s frontman,

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