I can hear the sonic magic in the air…I can feel the powerful, ethereal Post Punk magic that is SILENCE IN THE SNOW. This duo sounds like no other which is why their music holds a special place in my life! Both Cyn M’s vocals and Trevor DeSchryver’s drumming have the power
Text and Photos: Charles Nickles Were I a nobler man, I’d be telling you all about how I survived the Integrity, etc. gig last night what with all the beer and bodies flying, the crowd-killing and borderline riot that ensued from packing so much heavy into such a small room.
Life is not always easy, but music can always uplift me! Today we want to share almost 2 hours of some our favorite Post Punk // Death-rock jams that make life worth living. It’s time for you to press play and allow CVLT Nation’s Unreal Post Punk // Death-rock Playlist
Straight up the Louder than Light is one of the sickest tours this year without a doubt! What I love about this package is that it’s not genre specific which is how many of us listen to music now of days! This is the only tour that has Skeletonwitch ~
If I had to take only one genre of music to a desert island, I’d have to bring my sweet, sweet deathrock (with lines blurred to include a lot of post-punk). I need the dischord and gloom it invokes to balance out my incessant positive outlook on life. The Bay
Forget comparisons, forget Xmal Deutschland, forget post-punk, death rock, goth and experimental music. Rakta are one of a kind and the only inhabitant of their native planet where the ambient sound is the jubilation of black witches gathering, dancing to the roar of a collapsing world. On the new record “Falha