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DROUGHT YEAR’s new LP ALL SYMBOLS ARE SWASTIKAS might be one of my favorite records of the year! Let me tell you why – because it is so grim while still being very beautiful in its own twisted fucked way. Imagine if Rozz Williams decided to collabo with Kevin Shields,

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Dallas band Garden of Mary are true 80s goth rockers to the core. Not only is their band name in reference to “Mary’s Garden” by Mary Goes Round, they also sound like they could easily have toured with Sisters of Mercy. No strangers to music, these guys are Ryan on vocals (also

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Here is my second annual Halloween playlist. While my family and friends will attest to the fact that this is just everyday listening for me, those of you whose clothes are not eternally marked with the smell of cloves will find it sets the tone for the best night of

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When many people think of 80’s goth, one band that is often overlooked is The DANSE SOCIETY. Personally, I think that this band was way before their time, and were willing to go places that others were not. It wasn’t uncommon for them to incorporate an almost house vibe into their brand

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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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