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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles This is the full day scene: the place is big, the beers are choice and can prove costly as shit but there’s free coffee and for ten bucks a man can sate his ass on chicken and waffles which…duh. It’s also made clear, repeatedly, on the

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On July 4th, WEEDEATER brought their sleazy brand of sludge to Vancouver along with Sierra. This was a Modified Ghost and was captured by Taylor Ferguson. It’s now your turn to the peep the MADNESS below these words! All photos by Taylor Ferguson  SURROUNDED BY IDIOTS Sierra WEEDEATER

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Photos & text by Abi Coulson Desertfest is a bit of a staple in any self-respecting UK doomer diary, yet this was my first experience of the 7 year old festival which has grown from strength to strength over the years to boast bigger and better line ups. Spread across

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Next Friday, May 4th through Sunday, May 6th, the 2018 edition of DESERTFEST UK will come crashing down on London with a ton of doom and sludge-laden riffs! The lineup is insane this year – with the likes of High on Fire, Weedeater, Monolord, Elder, Primitive Man, Napalm Death, Graveyard,

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Out For A Riff – August 26th 2017 The Waldorf Hotel, Vancouver, BC Now that the last vestiges of the Vancouver summer have definitively given way to what we can only assume will be several months of nothing but dreary conditions, let’s glance back to that time we spent all day

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2017 has been an insane year for festivals so far, with both Modified Ghost Fest and Covenant Fest absolutely decimating Vancouver with varying shades of pitch-black audio. But the year isn’t over yet, and we’re so happy to be sponsoring a doomedelic celebration of riffage this August – the first

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