Kathleen Kaufman

Kathleen Kaufman

Photographer (Casa Grande, AZ, USA)
- My name is Kat and I'm from Queens, NY but now live in a vast desert wasteland somewhere between Phoenix and Tucson.I love to travel to foreign lands for Metal festivals. When not photographing loud bands in small clubs, I can usually be found in the gym lifting heavy things while listening to brutal Death Metal. My hobbies include drinking wine, cooking, and summoning Cthulhu.
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The last day of Midgardsblot ended with a pagan ceremony reenacting a sacrifice. Rad, right? We also caught amazing bands like headliners Watain and Ensiferum, not to mention Årabrot, Vanvidd and Resjemheia.
on Sep 11, 2018
Day 2 of Midgardsblot hit and, as soon as the gate opened, we hit up Metal Yoga, an epic viking battle, and lots of great bands including Acyl, Kaunan, Apocalypse Orchestra, Nexion, Garmana, Rotting Christ and Dimmu Borgir.
on Sep 05, 2018
Midgardsblot is not your typical metal festival, it’s a cultural experience. Check out some of the highlights in photos, including the music of Mork, Abyssic and Bergtatt.
on Aug 29, 2018
Promoting their latest melodic death metal masterpiece, A Gift for the Obsessed, The Absence hit Club Red in Mesa, AZ, joined by openers Goregäng. It was a heavy night!
on Aug 06, 2018
Portland, Oregon’s UADA brought their mysterious personas and dark sound to Club Red in Mesa, AZ and, along for the evil evening were The Black Moriah and Wolvhammer.
on Jul 16, 2018
The Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel are co-headlining a North American tour and we caught the show at The Pressroom in Phoenix, AZ. Openers were Aversions Crown and Fleshgod Apocalypse.
on Jul 10, 2018
Insomnium hit Mesa, AZ’s Club Red on June 9th to promote their 2016 Century Media release, Winter’s Gate, a melodic death metal masterpiece. Along for the trek was Oceans of Slumber.
on Jun 16, 2018
Faroe Island Viking metal legends, Týr came from the icy north to Joe’s Grotto in Phoenix, AZ. They brought along Aeternam, Ghost Ship Octavius and Orphaned Land for a metal-filled evening.
on Jun 05, 2018
We got to Club Red in Mesa, AZ and received a massive pummelling from Dying Fetus, Thy Art is Murder, Rivers of Nihil and Enterprise Earth!
on Apr 08, 2018
Septicflesh and Dark Funeral co-headlined on their recent North American tour along with support from Thy Antichrist and we caught the last at Club Red in Mesa, AZ.
on Mar 28, 2018
Heavy metal legends, Iced Earth played a fiery set at The Pressroom in Phoenix, AZ along with openers Sanctuary, who are touring as a tribute to singer Warrell Danes who passed away in December.
on Mar 19, 2018
Bay Area’s Rings of Saturn hit Club Red in Mesa, AZ March 2nd and were joined by an eclectic mix of metal including Nekrogoblikon, Allegaeon, and Lorna Shore!
on Mar 08, 2018
Exhumed stopped at Joe's Grotto in Phoenix, AZ and set off the fire alarm no less than eleven times. Opening the show was Phobia and Incantation.
on Feb 28, 2018
The fourth and final day of 70000tons of Metal is always the most insane. Many of the sailors dress up in costumes and the partying goes into overdrive.
on Feb 17, 2018
On Day 3, 70000tons of Metal was brutalized by Meshuggah, as well as Sonata Arctica, Cannibal Corpse, Wolfheart, and Die Apokaliptischen Reiter.
on Feb 14, 2018
The Pool Deck Stage was open and ready for an epic party with headliner Sabaton on Day 2 of 70000tons of Metal.
on Feb 12, 2018
On day 1 of the world's biggest Metal cruise, 70000tons of Metal, we caught great acts from Primal Fear, Insomnium, Belphegor, and Goatwhore.
on Feb 08, 2018
Australia's progressive metal sextet, Ne Obliviscaris, came through Club Red in Mesa, Arizona along with Colorado's Allegaeon.
on Dec 12, 2017
We caught up with Cattle Decapitation at Club Red in Mesa, AZ along with Revocation, Full of Hell, and Artificial Brain.
on Nov 26, 2017
Metal Blade Records death metal masters, Cannibal Corpse, hit Mesa, AZ's Club Red with Gatecreeper and Power Trip for one brutal night!
on Nov 18, 2017


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