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Child of Night create a captivating blend of horror, beauty, synths and beats that I find both captivating and triggering. I’m lulled in by the music, and then those vocals come in – slightly jarring, and wavering like I’ve just been plunged into psychedelics and my senses are no longer

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Clad in a leather jacket adorned with patches and spikes, a young man wanders the streets at night on a quest initiated by a series of mysterious letters. The first, scrawled in large black letters, urges him to ‘PLEASE HELP,’ adding ‘THEY ARE EVIL’ as a gentle but enigmatic reminder.

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I fucking love the Bay Area. There is a truly amazing amount of artists that live out here. For the music that I am interested in the most, this area is the best in the world. There is some great scenes scattered around the globe, but within this particular area

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Cold beats color-washed is what you are going to get when you watch the new Child of Night video for “Against The Wall.” This band creates awesome coldwave with a message. Read below what they said inspired this song and stay tuned for their remix project! The song itself is about murdered

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We all have a cross to bear, as the saying goes. For some, the burden takes the shape of physical pain. For others, it manifests in less tangible ways: mental, emotional, or spiritual distress. In the case of Marc Dwyer, the cross represents a harrowing encounter with mortality. During his

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In recent years, the oversized island-continent in the South Pacific has been cranking out some pretty dope post-punk. Something about the vast desert or maybe the abundance of poisonous animals creates some valuable minerals to mint our record collections out of. Bloodletter is no exception, if anything rarer than what

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