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The Atlas Moth. Photo credit: Chris Harrington
The Atlas Moth. Photo credit: Chris Harrington
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Live Report: The Atlas Moth, Royal Thunder, and Mirrors for Psychic Warfare @ Saint Vitus

Words and photos from Friday night's momentous The Atlas Moth show in New York City

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The Skull
photo by Tashina Byrd
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Live Report: The Skull with Hellrad and The Company Corvette @ Kung Fu Necktie, Philadelphia

Doom veterans perform Trouble’s self-titled album in its entirety. No, not that one. The other one.

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Spirit Adrift at Saint Vitus
photo by Christopher Harrington
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Live Report: Spirit Adrift, Unearthly Trance & Hosianna Mantra @ Saint Vitus

Nate Garrett's search for meaning brought to life

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Clamfight by Tashina Byrd
Clamfight by Tashina Byrd
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Live Report: Clamfight (with Kings Destroy and Green Meteor) @ The Century Bar, Philadelphia

South Jersey’s finest sludge jam band celebrated the release of their third album last Friday

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Dillinger EscapePlan
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Live Report: The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Penultimate Performance

The metalcore pioneers lay waste to Terminal 5, featuring a cameo from Dimitri Minakakis and support from Code Orange

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Ceremony at Sonia
photo by Ben Stas
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Live Report: Ceremony & Nothing @ Sonia

Featuring an opening set from Brother

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Stimulant at Saint Vitus
photos by Christopher Harrington
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Live Report: Stimulant and Mad Diesel at Saint Vitus

Featuring sets from Oxalate & Fluoride

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Accidental Renaissance. Photo credit: Andrew Rothmund.
Accidental Renaissance. Photo credit: Andrew Rothmund.
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Deadlift Lolita Grapples Con-Alt-Delete

Rothmund and Rosenthal team up to tackle their first-ever anime convention, plus Ladybeard and Reika perform live

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The Jesus Lizard at Metro Chicago
photo by Zak Kiernan
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The Jesus Lizard brought their reunion tour to Chicago’s Metro with Dead Rider (review, NSFW pics)

Some "reunion" frontmen feel the need to play a part if just for audience nostalgia, but this wasn't about reclaiming youth once lost. It instantly became obvious that all his energy, anger, and snot was just who David Yow is.

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Wolf Eyes. Photo credit: Christopher Harrington.
Wolf Eyes. Photo credit: Christopher Harrington.
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St. Vitus Live Report: Wolf Eyes, Weeping Icon, and Martin Bisi

"Midway through the [Wolf Eyes] set, an audience member yelled 'psycho jazz man, Sun Ra!' to which Young replied, 'hey man, we’re here for ourselves man, nobody else.'"

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