Posts In Category

Literature

My favorite issues of Juxtapoz have always been the ones that feature dark, weird and disturbing artwork – but there are always a lot of pages I skip through to get to my favorite parts. It turns out, someone has created my perfect magazine, and it’s called Fire Mass. Fire

Read More

This tome of black metal. I think it deserves to be known. For those unfamiliar with the murky depths of the black metal underground, one comes upon certain prolific individuals and circles of information wherein a wellspring of black energy comes out from. Infamroth ov Throne of Katarsis is one

Read More

I’m not an avid follower of metaphysical satanism such as the Temple of The Black Light or cultic sects of the black flame, though I came across this tome some time ago and finally decided to peer into it. I approached this book more as anthropology study than one of

Read More

I can’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t have an appreciation for art of all kinds, but it was being into the punk scene that made realize that there were so many ways to express oneself on an artistic vibe. I saw this taking place all around

Read More

This tome has been the ridicule of some and received dark praise from others. My own notion of the book lies somewhere in between. Hideous Gnosis, subtitled ‘Black Metal Theory’ has a scholarly type approach to the writing style, and does become quite verbose at times but provokes many interesting

Read More

Writer: Davey Bales Asylum The numbing touch Buried in me Enclosed and confined Dripping discolored sweat My Discomfort shines Musk of existence Damp livid thinking The black rain falls Poison in the distance Yearning desperation Veins of pressure A flushing pain Discontinue Today

Read More

Pete Helmkamp is a true warrior of life, shedding his vocal and bass talents in the past for Revenge and Kerasphorus. Two war metal bands that blaze a blasphemic path of nuclear destruction in the face of the modern death metal scene. The latter disbanded a short time ago. What

Read More

-GRAVE ROBBERS FROM OUTER SPACE- Arrested with The MISFITS in New Orleans —10/17/1982 by Mike IX Williams – EYEHATEGOD Sonovabitch, the late 70’s early 80’s were the shit, the glory days of Punk, Rock-N-Roll & Hardcore, what a time to have lived through. It’s something I wouldn’t trade for anything

Read More

LIVE…SUBURBIA! is a celebration of suburban Americana and youth culture in the post-1960s world, all the way up to the culture mesh of the 90s, co-authored by by Anthony Pappalardo and Max G. Morton. This book looks like a seriously entertaining read, with awesome photos and stories that will either

Read More

Aleister Crowley has taken on many roles in his magnificent life: occultist, astrologer, mystic, ceremonial magician, yogi, chess-player, mountaineer, and religious philosophy leader. While he remained under the radar during most of his lifetime, today he is seen as the world’s most influential occultist. His work has greatly influenced many

Read More

Esoterra was a zine which existed from the early 90’s up until the year 2000 chronicling the far-out of the far-out in culture. Emphasizing the importance of hidden and obscure voices, Esoterra easily found its self lodged on many bookshelves snugly between Simon Dwyer’s ‘Rapid Eye’ series, V. Vale’s ‘Re/Search’

Read More

I studied William Blake’s poetry in grade 12, and while I found his writings haunting and beautiful, if someone had told me he was also a prolific artist, I would have been so much more interested in him. In fact, I had no idea he was an artist until I

Read More