While the final Warped Tour plows on concurrently with a mid-2000’s revival, such a throwback doesn’t have to be limited to the prime of Underoath. While MySpace emodom was certainly a hallmark of the time, so was a deathrock revamp spearheaded by the dark side of the hipster camp. Whether
Straight up, without apology – we are HUGE fans of 80’s Death Rock style! Ever since I was 13, I have always loved the creatures of night! With Christian Death blasting in my ears, I decided to do a photo gallery of some killer portraits of 80’s goth/death rockers which
Christian Death’s album Only Theatre of Pain is a classic that was way before its time. As a young hardcore kid in the 80′s, I would just stare at the album and think to myself, wow, these people are even freakier than me and my crew. On the back, Rikk Agnew is
O.C. O.G. – An interview with Rikk Agnew Punk rock dark lord and master of the octave chord Rikk Agnew has left his sonic prints on more red hot and poisonous projects than you’ve had furtive wanks. Emerging out of the embryonic Orange County punk scene in the late 70’s,
On Oct. 27th, a game-changing LP is going to be released by CURSED MOON via Hells Headbangers, entitled Rites of Darkness. This record is a perfect balance between Deathrock and Metal. Just imagine if Fields of the Nephilim decided to start a band with Bathory – well, the outcome just might be CURSED MOON.