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Agalloch. Gothic Theatre. 07.09.14

“Where am I? How long shall I suffer here?“ Two years ago I was preparing for a road trip that would take me out of Colorado, through Utah and Idaho, and into the Pacific Northwest, only to return through the birthplace of the spirit of Agalloch. It was the year I had written my in depth profile on Profound Lore… Read more →

Class of 2012: The Performers

I’m fairly certain I attended my final show of 2012 last night.  It was a year of over 200 acts at over 50 shows and 5 festivals in 3 countries and 6 states — and it all comes down to these 15 most memorable moments. * Alabama Shakes 02.04.12 Fox Theatre, Boulder, CO Brittany Howard’s incredible voice. up close and… Read more →

‘do call upon Mephistopheles’

Portland, OR’s Agalloch are streaming their latest opus, the 20+ minute two-part track, “Faustian Echoes”, on their bandcamp page.  It’ll come as no surprise to anyone who follows this blog that I am extremely excited for new material from the Pacific Northwest’s masters of dark folk metal.  This EP, containing the single longest track the band has ever recorded, is… Read more →

Scion Rock Fest 2011, Pomona, California

This guest post comes from Genji from Los Angeles.  Look for more metal/punk posts from our California correspondent… For the past few years Scion has done a wonderful job pandering to the young metal community with their free show series.  Have they actually sold more cars because of it?  Who knows, but certainly no metalheads are complaining.  I think it’s actually a… Read more →

Agalloch – Marrow of the Spirit

Agalloch – Marrow of the Spirit This is going to be the soundtrack of my winter.  Agalloch‘s new album of atmospheric black metal came at a perfect time in the year.  The dark comes early, the frost covers everything in the morning and there is the constant threat of a huge storm coming over the mountains.  It might have been… Read more →