Gothic flicks – The Woman in Black

8:21 am

Tweet Hammer Films are infamous for producing some of the finest horror films of all time. It dominated the horror scene from the 50s till the 1970s, when a saturated market and loss of funding caused the studio to close …
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8 festivals you MUST attend this summer

11:27 am

Tweet Summer is coming, which means that the festival season is nearly upon us. For anyone who is a fan of music, wild costumes, and general shenanigans, the festival circuit is definitely the place to be. Where else can you …
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Review: Leaether Strip – Aescapism

10:00 am

Tweet Nearly the entirety of aggrotech, futurepop, and all other forms of post-millennial EBM can be traced back to Claus Larsen of Leaether Strip. Having kickstarted the genre known as dark electro, he was among the first to merge vintage …
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Clan of Xymox – Matters of Mind, Body & Soul

9:50 am

Tweet Clan of Xymox’s discography ranges across all areas of the dark alternative underground, having begun in roots of deep, moody new wave with morose overtunes, lightening to a softer brand, returning to gothic rock, and seeming to settle in …
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Review: Diary of Dreams – Elegies in Darkness

9:46 am

Tweet Another entry in the Diary of Dreams. We all know the story by now: Adrian Hates’s forging in the darkwave frontier has helped in bridging the gap between goth and dance music, a happy (sad?) medium between the two …
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The 10 Best Gothic Websites

12:30 pm

Tweet First of all, the internet is packed with a huge amount of crap. Valueless tosh that clogs up the Web and wastes your time as you try and wade through it to find the good stuff. We know that …
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Review: Project Pitchfork – Black

4:08 pm

Tweet Project Pitchfork’s run in the biz had a major hand in uniting darkwave and industrial music, bridging the gap and helping us understand that we’re not so different after all. Their tireless work ethic brings us to this latest …
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Review: oOoOO – Without Your Love

4:02 pm

Tweet A name like oOoOO carries with it the imagery of ghosts and ghouls wailing through an abandoned house at midnight, scaring the neighborhood kid who lost a bet among his friends and had to venture in alone. Christopher Greenspan’s …
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Review: Skinny Puppy – Weapon

11:41 am

Tweet The recent albums of Skinny Puppy have seen a shift in direction that many fans have decried as unworthy of being part of such an influential band’s discography. But with a career as varied and unpredictable as that of …
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Review: ∆AIMON – ∆AIMON

1:39 pm

Tweet There are too many genres in this world. When the term “witch house” glossed over my ears, I rolled my eyes at yet another name for a type of music that could probably fit easily into any of the …
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