caves

motherboard

1,000-Year-Old Pristine Mayan Artifacts Found in Sealed 'Jaguar God' Cave

The cave was first discovered by local farmers in 1966, but was walled off until last year for unknown reasons.
Becky Ferreira
3.8.19
caves

The Secret Lives of People Obsessed with Going Deep Underground

There's urban exploring, and then there's the primordial obsession with going way below the Earth's surface.
Philip Eil
1.29.19
Photography

Raw Photos of the Cave People of Granada

For decades, the caves have been home to people looking to embrace an alternative way of life.
Felipe Passolas
11.28.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

This Woman Is Exploring Deep Caves to Find Ancient Antibiotic Resistance

"Hazel’s like the Lara Croft of microbiology.”
Shayla Love
4.18.18
antibiotics

This Woman Is Exploring Deep Caves to Find Ancient Antibiotic Resistance

"Hazel’s like the Lara Croft of microbiology.”
Shayla Love
4.18.18
wine

Why You Should Bury Your Wine in the Pits of the Earth

Terroir goes deep in the caves of France.
Ilkka Sirén
8.9.17
Premieres

Hear the First Song from Caves' New Album 'Always Why'

The punk duo goes a little deeper on their new record, but still relies heavily on their fuzzy riffage.
Dan Ozzi
3.22.17
Premieres

Grand-Pop's "Nova Scotia" Will Give You a Sore Neck and Throat But in a Good Way

Here's what can happen when you enter a damp room with export lager, a reasonably serious asbestos problem and a single guitar riff.
Noisey Staff
3.10.17
Photo

Photos of the World's Most Metal Landscapes

With one camera, one flash, and one lens, these Swedish photographers manage to collapse the Earth in upon itself.
Inka and Niclas Lindergård
1.11.17
festivals 2016

Stone, Light, and Decibels: Scenes from Inside the Cave at Germany's Prophecy Festival

Prophecy Festival 2016 brought together Germ, Alcest, Vemod, Sol Invictus, and many more to play inside an exquisitely lit Stone Age cavern.
Kim Kelly
8.9.16
Food

This Medicine-Misting Bat Cave ‘Air Freshener’ Could Ward Off a Deadly Disease

White nose syndrome has killed an estimated 6 million bats in North America, which are an important part of our food system.
Kaleigh Rogers
7.28.16
underground

Caves on Other Planets Could Be Havens for Human Explorers

The 2016 CAVES course takes astronauts 800 meters underground to prepare them for life 250 miles above the ground.
Becky Ferreira
6.26.16
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