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Now returned from an action-packed two week tour across Europe to promote their new Deviances album, deathrock band Virgin In Veil took the time to discuss their music and the tour with us. Virgin In Veil boasts a strong lineup: Jacques Staph on vocals/bass (Masquerade, Secular Plague, ex-Sleeping Children), Suzi Sabotage (Masquerade) on synth/backing

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SAVAGE BLIND GOD have a new tape coming out via Funeral Party Records, and we are stoked to have an exclusive full stream of it up for you today! We were very impressed with their demo that came out last fall, and their Skinny Lizard cassette has only got us more hyped

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Introducing …The WraithDavey Bales, formerly of Richmond punk and postpunk bands Lost Tribe and Shadow Age, has recently released a chapbook of poetry, “Dead Flowers,” currently hosted online at Future Blondes’ Fantasy 1 Records’ website with a hard copy version recently released. Bales is also singing for new Los Angeles

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I love The Birthday Party. When they were at the top of their game, no band was more original. These weirdos were super death rock on some sleazy vodun styles without ever labeling themselves. The Birthday Party is a perfect example that some of the most interesting music was created

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Avant GardeDeath RockFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusicPost-Punk

Einstürzende Neubauten is a band that came out way before its time and reshaped the way music was created! I’m going to let all of these early videos do the talking. Now it’s time to see Einstürzende Neubauten destroy what was thought to be normal and create a new a

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CvltureDeath RockFeaturedHistoryMusic

On paper they couldn’t seem further apart. The stadium straddling echoplex anthems of U2 and the claustrophobic cabaret of Virgin Prunes seem inked on opposite ends of the spectrum, an anathema to each other, irreconcilable. And yet… Dublin, Ireland in the 1970’s was a dour place, even if Phil Lynott

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