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Death Metal and Grind mixed with Surf Rock???? Yes, you heard right. Here we have a group of five foul mouthed surf zombies hailing from the decrepit sands of Wormwood Beach, CA.. (Fresno, CA to be exact) entitled GORESHACK and here is their brand new full length album entitled “Surf.Mosh.Kill”

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Where do I begin with this one? Well first off this is D-Clone from Japan’s first full length release entitled “Creation and Destroy”. This is right up my alley; Raw Japanese Noise Punk..  if you’re familiar with the genre at all chances are you know who D-Clone are along with

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I’m always looking for unique and quality vintage, antique, and handmade items to add to my wardrobe. So, it should be obvious that I’m an extreme Etsy fiend. I was lurking through the site when I first noticed Fila Arcana -let me tell you, if you’re into the film “The

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We have done a few of these DIY clothing posts now, but we keep coming back to them. The reason we re-visit this topic again and again is because we feel that it is an art form, one that communicates the passion and dedication of the wearer to the world.

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“It’s bad enough you’re a fuckin faggot. Nobody likes a negative queen.” – Some asshole talking shit to Myles Negative Queen’s short life started on December 18th 2010 and ended on September 1st 2011. The band was comprised of vocalist/guitarist/noise samplist Dylan Bennedict (Cull, Anon Remora), guitarist Ayla Holland (Disemballerina,

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D.I.Y. or Die: How to Survive as an Independent Artist could have been made about our lives. Although this documentary,a “celebration of the underdog,” was released in 2002, Sean and I just watched it last night for the first time. I think a lot of people we cover, artists, musicians

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By Chris Smith of California Northern Text via UTNE Reader One night a little more than a decade ago, Steve DeCaprio pulled his bike up to an abandoned house in Ghost Town, a poor neighborhood in West Oakland dotted with vacant lots. He cut through the rusty lock on the

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Banner photography via the brilliant work and minds of Thomas Couderc & Clément Vauchez Over the past few months I have had the incredible opportunity to stay quite busy with playing and attending shows here in the bay area. I am a huge fan and supporter of the underground music

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A lot of our readers are creative people; we know this because some of our most popular posts feature DIY clothing like hand-patched, studded and painted battle jackets, vests and crust pants. This post is going to focus on leather, because I love leather, and painted leather specifically. Painting on

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One of our most popular posts of this year was my first Fuck Yeah Punk Jackets post, so here is a Part 3 for you. I have been obsessed with them since I was a young punk, and to this day I wear my punk jackets and vests with pride.

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So many different things can be perceived as art, and there are so many different ways to look at the word tribal. For me, the brand FALSE from Singapore, created by Le Messie and Amanda Scully, are artists, plus they are a part of our global tribe. These two hand

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From day one, CVLT Nation has made it clear that our webzine represents the global community of weirdos. Personally, my favorite part about reading Maximum Rock & Roll when it first came out was its’ international scene reports, and those memories have played a big role in what we do

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