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Track: Varanasi – Mishima

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Video: Bambara – Stay Cruel

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Track: The Room in the Wood – Fun of the Fair

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Gioumourtzina is a two-piece synth-heavy duo out of Thessaloniki, Greece. Their sound is a unique one, as it mixes and matches pieces of early 80s alternative, electronic, and Gothic vibes into a very modern sound. There’s a little Depeche Mode here, some Echo and the Bunnymen there, add a pinch of New Order and some …

Wave / Form – Terminal Gods debut album – kicks in with the fuzz fed guitar feedback, drum machine heavy intro to Shockwave and right from the off makes clear it’s intent. Their guitars are switched to power play, their synths set to stun,  all combine to compliment their lead singers undeniable baritone vocals and …

Latest single from The Cult of Dom Kellar boldly steps into the dark to bring a tune that should be equally appealing to the leather clad, sunglasses after dark goths as it is the more discerning psilocybin fueled psychonauts. “We wanted it to sound like a volcano giving birth to an atomic bomb. It has bass and …

The Cult at Leeds Uni. I can remember saying that a few times in the past. Despite their flit to the states, world wide stadium shows and all that other razzamatazz, it still feels right and proper to me, that the one and only place to truly experience such an iconic band is right on …

The Skeletal Family were part of the Goth sub-culture that sprang up in the 1980s but they were never really in the movement’s first division like The Sisters of Mercy or The Mission. But their unique selling point was they had a female singer Anne-Marie Hurst and it is her powerful vocals, with more than …

Something memorable happened on January 20th 1986 at the intimate Alice in Winderland club in London. I don’t know how many people were there to witness it, but so began the career of legendary goth rockers The Mission. Now, 30 years on, the band have just announced their most extensive and ambitious tour since their …

Wayne Hussey, lead singer of The Mission, ex-Sisters of Mercy and collaborator with many (Dead or Alive, Gary Numan, The Cure etc.) has written, sang, and played on a considerable number of tracks that would be included in many peoples essential playlists. But what about the tracks that influenced Wayne? What would you find him …

Long time Gary Numan guitarist and Pop Will Eat Itself cohort Tim Muddiman has revealed a new video for his own project, naming him alongside his band, The Stange, for their new track, Rolling Stones. Peppered throughout with these slightly menacing guitar riffs, it’s dark, gory Mission like rock. It has this swagger about it …

I think I just felt, deep in the very bottom of my heart, a little jump. It’s been buried there for a good amount of years, but just the mention of All About Eve made it jump. At first, at least for me and All About Eve, it was Julianne Regan, the beautiful, alluring singer …

We enthusiastically reviewed a release from Melbourne band Night Terrors late last year – describing it as beautiful, haunting and gothic. Now, one of their members, Miles Brown, has released a solo single entitled ‘Apparition’ and it is a joy to experience. There’s a cold front moving through south eastern Australia, and you can wear …