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They say time heals all wounds. In the case of Richmond quartet Cough, time appears to have become the catalyst that feeds their demons and fuels their fire. Their experiences over the past decade have helped shape the band’s sound into the unequivocally monstrous, down-tuned behemoth that has finally returned

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson A couple days before Halloween, the almighty WINDHAND blew into The Biltmore in Vancouver on the back of an icy Northwest gale, accompanied by Portland’s Danava and Sweden’s Monolord. The openers, Hoopsnake and Dead Quiet, warmed up a crowd that was already – and suitably – packed by

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WINDHAND is one of those bands we’ve watched rise since we started CVLT Nation, and we’ve enjoyed every minute of their success! They are a rad group of truly musical people who live for their art, and it shows in stellar release after stellar release. They’re on tour right now for

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WINDHAND is one of those bands we’ve watched rise since we started CVLT Nation, and we’ve enjoyed every minute of their success! They are a rad group of truly musical people who live for their art, and it shows in stellar release after stellar release. They’re on tour right now for

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WINDHAND is one of those bands we’ve watched rise since we started CVLT Nation, and we’ve enjoyed every minute of their success! They are a rad group of truly musical people who live for their art, and it shows in stellar release after stellar release. They’re on tour right now

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Windhand were undoubtedly the new rising force in the doom metal genre, with the releases of their self-titled debut album and their excellent sophomore full-length, Soma. With a great pedigree in terms of the history of its band members, and heavy activity in terms of releases, they established themselves as

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