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* November 21, 2014 *
Black Friday Sale!

Yep with everybody going black friday / holiday crazy right now,
we decided to start our black friday sale early this year!
Get 25% OFF everything at the store!
(13% off boots and shoes)
Simply use coupon code: BLACKFRIDAY
and get an additional discount off all our store prices.

Also we got a TON of new items in stock recently!
All kinds of new clothes, shoes, jewelry, accessories, art and more!
Check out the new stuff at http://store.vampirefreaks.com
* November 21, 2014 *
VF Models Sets!

Check out the newest work from our VF Models!


NiKKiNeVeRMORe * LezaLush




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* November 20, 2014 *
VF New Interviews
Got 2 new interviews for you guys today from some cool underground / independent bands you guys should check out!
Interview with Michael Barnes
VF Profile: Michael Barnes

Interview with Tony Grinder and Protester
VF Profile: Tony Grinder and Protester


* November 19, 2014 *
Interview with T3RR0R 3RR0R
VF Presents:
An Interview with T3RR0R 3RR0R

They talk about their new single / video, music piracy, and genitalia.
These guys have been one of the more active bands on VF for a while and they've always been very involved with the community so we're glad to see them doing well!

Check out their new video for 'We Like To Party' below:
* November 17, 2014 *
Writhe and Shine #322 - You Didn't Ask
* November 17, 2014 *
VF Models Sets!

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LollipopPixie * Luin




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* November 17, 2014 *
Halloween Massacre Video Posted!
Check out the Video from our Halloween Massacre event:


Thanks to everyone that came out to celebrate halloween with us, we had a blast and you guys had some amazing costumes!!!

Our Next Event:
Cybertron New Year's Eve with Assemblage 23

* November 13, 2014 *
Birthday Massacre

TheBirthdayMassacre rocked the house in NYC last night at Webster Hall, was great to see them as always!
Their new album "Superstition" just came out.

Check them out on the rest of their US tour dates:
November 13: Phildelphia, PA at District 9
November 14: Pittsburgh, PA at Altar Bar
November 15: West Springfield, VA at Empire
November 18: Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
November 19: Tampa, FL at The Oprheum
November 21: Houston, TX at Warehouse Live
November 22: San Antonio, TX at The Korova
November 23: Dallas, TX at GMBG
November 26: Scottsdale, AZ at Electric Ballroom
November 28: Las Vegas, NV at Vinyl
November 29: Pomona, CA at The Glass House Concert Hall
November 30: West Hollywood, CA at The Roxy Theatre
December 02: San Francisco, CA at Slim's
December 03: Sacramento, CA at Ace of Spades
December 05: Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theatre
December 06: Seattle, WA at Studio Seven
December 09: Salt Lake City, UT at Murray Theatre
December 10: Denver, CO at Bluebird Theatre
December 13: Minneapolis, MN at Triple Rock Social Club
December 14: Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge
December 16: Cleveland, OH at The Agora Ballroom
December 17: Pantiac, MI at The Crofoot Ballroom
December 18: Toronto, Canada at Mob Club Theatre
* November 13, 2014 *
VF Models Sets!

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Lunagoddess * Obsidian_Kerttu




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* November 10, 2014 *
Writhe and Shine #321 - Classic
Depression and Anxiety.Amarranth wrote:
Depression is hard to explain to someone who hasn’t experienced it. They don’t know what its like to look in the mirror and want to shred your body into tiny pieces. They can’t imagine what it’s like to always feel like someone has punched you in the stomach and to have your eyes aching from little sleep and holding back tears. Its not something that many people understand or can get their head round. They struggle to understand how people can hurt themselves, they just can’t imagine that, and I get that. What upsets me, is the way that depression is presented to the un-knowing: as a joke, that people who are depressed, self harm or have an eating, anxiety, panic or any other disorder are emo, that it makes them weak and an alien-a social outcast. Well they aren’t. Those people are strong and brave and deserve so much more than they get and how they are treated by others because, in a lot of cases, they are treated as monsters. But they aren’t. They are only humans with a story to tell. Depression is like cancer. You can’t see it, but its away at you from the inside. Lets raise awareness of depression and mental illness. Lets fight back. Remember that you are brave. You are a warrior. You are more then those words, your diagnosis, or your disorder. Don’t look at this as being a victim- Because you are anything but weak and broken, Your strong and unique. You and your mind are beautiful. And remember that this war can’t last forever- That this storm will pass, And one day you’ll wake up with the sun shining on your face, and happiness in your heart and you’ll whisper ‘I made it.’ And you’ll know everything is finally okay. This life may be ugly for you right now- For you, this may feel like a barren wasteland in the middle of winter, But I’m here to remind you that: Seasons change. And one day, The spring will arrive, Beautiful and full of life. So hang on. We are more then conquers Health anxiety does not mean you are attention seeking. Health anxiety does not mean you are malingering. Health anxiety does not mean you are weak. We are strong! We can help each-other We're all beautiful in our own way.
This spiteful gender war is getting old.PestilenceLucy wrote:
Seriously. There is a difference between feminism and feminazi extremism. Fucking learn it. Dear, spiteful man-hating women: 1. A man saying "hello, beautiful" or similar is NOT objectifying you as a sex object. It is a fucking compliment. It is NOT the same as the idiots who hollar our their vehicles with derogatory remarks, or the guys that try to get you drunk, the guy that gropes you without your permission, nor the guy that flicks his tongue at you. It is NOT the same as the guys that inbox you trying to get nudes. 2. No, the way you dress is NOT consent to rape you. But it is in a straight man's nature, as well as a lesbian woman's nature to look. If you're going to post provocative pictures, or dress like a damn stripper in public, you cannot expect people not to get the wrong idea, especially considering most women that go out dressed like that are either prostitutes advertising, or seeking that type of attention. If you don't like your body being looked at, Then why aren't you dressing modestly? No, not all women can help that their tits are huge and pop out when they wear a tank top or that they have long legs and a bubble butt that kinda show more when wearing shorts during summer time. It's hot, you're dressing for the weather. That's completely different than dressing like a stripper, baiting men to look at you, only to scream at them. Also, I don't want to go to the store and have my son's sexual curiosity sparked at five by you dressed like a stripper. I'm not sorry. 3. Do I think it's fair that we are denied jobs due to being female? No. But what you fail to realize is that men are also denied jobs due to being men. This happens to BOTH genders. It also happens to people for sexual orientation, race, and religious beliefs. 4. This one is touchy for me. Rape. Falsely claiming rape is fucking wrong on so many fucking levels. By doing this, you are making it harder for women who actually have been raped to come forward to police, or even talk about it to try to get over it. This is why so many fucking rapists are never convicted. Fear of coming forward and being accused of lying, because so many stupid cunts falsely accuse innocent men. Also, men have been raped, too. By women. Men are not taught to rape, in most cases. Yes, there are some sick fucks out there. Take, for example, the woman that asked her boyfriend to rape her two/three year old daughter to death, because it would turn her on. Yeah, that fucking happened. Look it up. Also, it is NOT only considered consenting when you as a female come onto a male. If you willingly have sex with a man, regardless of who initiated it, it is NOT fucking rape. 5. Domestic abuse. My male cousin was repeatedly brutally beaten by his wife. Throughout the six years of their marriage. She would dig her nails into his throat, and pull on his Adam's apple. She even threw herself down their apartment stairs while pregnant with his only child, called the cops, and told them that he did it. She repeatedly raped him, left bruises all over his body, ripped his hair out, the list goes on. He finally left, and soon after, she overdosed on pills and left a suicide note saying she did it because he made her. On that note, if you are going to get up in a man's face, and try to fight him like a man, and expect him to do nothing, you deserve to be hit like a man by him. 6. Men use women for sex. But you know what? Women do the same. We talk about men the same way that men talk about us, when we're surrounded by the same gender. I'll admit to using men for sex. I'll admit to talking about men's junk with my chick friends. Do not act like this isn't a mutual occurrence. 7. Men hardly ever get free shit for showing off their bodies, nor have I ever seen a "men get free admission" or "men drink free" type of deal. 8. If a man says to you that he is proud and happy with his circumcised dick, why the fuck are you going to go out of your way to call him a victim of child abuse and genital mutilation. If you don't want to circumcise your own child, or prefer uncircumcised men, so be it. But don't force your views on the topic on a man. You're just being a cunt. Pissed off men: There are women out there that are just as piased off about these psycho women as you are. I'm one of them. But please, for the love of whatever you may or may not believe in, quit with the enforcing of "rape doesn't happen that often" or "most women falsely accuse men of rape". I'm sincerely sorry that these idiots are targeting men in general, but you are enforcing triggers for those of us who have been raped, and either kept quiet or falsely accused of lying. There ARE women who have been told it was because of what they are wearing. There are women who have been attacked at random or while intoxicated. It happens more than you would think, but most of us don't talk about it because of the shit you AND the feminazis are saying/doing. Survivors, male and female, usually suffer from ptsd due to being raped. I understand being pissed off, but you are not helping the cause, you're making the cunts feel justified and the survivors bottle shit up, and giving us flash backs. I believe in equal rights. Not men being denied rights to their children out of spite. Not women or men being the superior gender. I refuse to victimize myself by a man, simply because I have a vagina. The only part I can really agree fully with is reproductive rights. The right to a safe abortion. The right to not be accused of fetal homicide due to late term miscarriage. The right to birth control. I don't agree with man hating. I live with two grown men, who treat me like one of the guys (one being my boyfriend). I'm also pregnant with my third son. This bullshit is NOT fucking fair to any of them. Knock it the fuck off.
:)xX_Mingzi_Xx wrote:
I'm starting to really dislike Americans. Sure, I think that in the bigger picture, when it comes to the actual necessities, the United States is pretty cool. I love where I live, but the past few days I've sort of taken a look at the way this country and it's people,(the americans that draw my attention at least) presents itself to others and I'm actually ashamed of this place and it's people more than anything of myself, ever. I'm a big do-nothing. I don't make a big difference on this earth. I'm just here. I'm not furthering the advancement of mankind, I'm not curing diseases, and I'm not nurturing future generations. The only person I need to make a difference to is the person that I love and that's the only person who I care to have any value to. I've been homeless, I know how much the people in my life value me and where they were when I was eating garbage and sleeping in dumpsters. I'm not going to make concessions in my life to accommodate them. If I want to feel wanted or needed by the person I love, it's not because I want leverage or to hold something over their head, it's because I just want there to be at least one person in the world that I matter to. Sometimes I screw up and make mistakes like everybody else and I give the wrong impression of the meaning or intent behind my words or actions without realizing it. I usually try to be sure that there's enough positive sentiment present to outweigh any potential times when I make an idiot of myself. Sometimes I see on Facebook those Morgan Freeman memes about "no it's not about you, but if the shoe fits, lace it up and wear it." If anybody even pays attention to me that much, I'd rather not cause that sort of uncertainty in people that I care about. If you ask yourself, "is that statement intended for me?", then the answer is no. If I have something I want to say to a person, there won't be any question, you will know. But at least I'm not a detriment to society. I do my best to leave a place cleaner than when I arrived, whether it's where I live, or the places I visit. I don't act rudely, I respect my elders, I say please and thank you all the time without thinking. When I apologize, it is because I am sincere and I follow my apologies with conscious visible effort to change the things about myself I am sorry for. Right or wrong, apology is the fastest way to tell a person that they are more important to you then whatever the conflict is. I don't throw stones or act judgmental of others. I see so many parts of myself that are vulnerable to judgement. My appearance, my ways of thinking, my interests, my daily life's activity, my list of lifetime achievements or lack thereof. I don't like being judged or ridiculed I and know that I am far from perfect, so I do not judge others. But when somebody throws stones at me or somebody I love, when they have so much wrong about themselves it's not easy to disregard. I mind my own business and the people I tend to gravitate towards usually do as well, so when somebody starts offering up unsolicited opinions of things they know nothing about and are judging things that they do not understand or even have the right to understand, I stand up for myself. Noone else is going to. I try to ignore it at first and walk away, but after a while I start to question why the hell a person can continue being rude without having some kind of negativity fall upon them, why should they be disrespectful and create a cloud of bad moods over everyone they cross paths with, without having to stand under some of their own? That they can just go around acting like a stale fart in people's lives while it's all sunshine and roses for them? Hearing some people I know going on and on about how much they don't believe in god and how much they think religion or belief in things far greater than anything mankind can do is for fools, this I can easily tune out. The only difference between them, and the people they are putting down, is the end of the spectrum they choose to make their noise from. Plus I think it's kind of odd to spend so much time being mad at something that does not exist to them. It's like me, going on a pilgrimage or crusade to tell the world that Santa isn't real. How does that further my life? There's things that I've experienced or encountered that have been documented and written about since before electricity and "science" existed, otherwise I would think it was some crazy technology. Aliens? maybe. it is what it is though, and it goes beyond scientific laws and human comprehension at least as far as I understand it. Anyway. That's what I have been seeing from american society lately, and I don't like being associated with this as the common image of americans. Some try to justify their ridicule as an approach to try and motivate people to better themselves, when in truth all it does is make people stop listening as their way of bettering their lives. It's not rocket science, anybody that has been a good parent can tell you that you don't ridicule somebody if you want them to do well. And then I'm watching television and movies, and photos of America, and other countries, and sure, there are a lot of places that have it worse than America, but Europe is doing a great job of making us look really bad. America is less than 250 years old, and civilization-wise, this place is trashed. I've never been to Europe, but everything that is sold to us as what Europe looks like, those countries are thousands of years old, (Rome for example has been around since before Jesus) yet they still modernize and in doing so, still seem to avoid turning the surrounding scenery into a wasteland. America by comparison looks like garbage. People don't take care of themselves and cynicism is epidemic. I love where I live, I love my home, I love the community I live in. Style and image is conservative, I'm pretty damn sure I'm the only long haired eyeliner wearing metalhead in the community and I sure as hell have not seen any rivetheads or goths, but they're around here somewhere. There's always places to go to fit in, just not a walk down to the corner coffee shop like when I lived in Los Angeles. I have countless reasons for wanting to live here. My home is paid for for one thing. So is my car. I have life pretty damn good and I'm thankful for that. But the idea of renting out my home and using the money to live someplace overseas is not an impossibility. US money will not go anywhere near as far in Europe, I'd have a much smaller place, a lower end car, and I'd probably have to find additional income especially depending on healthcare resources, and I'd have much less freedom to do what I want, whenever I want. I'd probably have to answer to people other than just myself, but if that is where happiness for me is and it means being around people that are more positive minded and ditching the cynics, it's definitely an option on the table. I should be playing guitar or spending my time on this artwork I'm working on, not diverting negativity from away from my realm.


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