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WILLIAM CONTROL ANNOUNCES UK TOUR WITH ASHESTOANGELS!

Electronic goth rocker William Control has announced a UK tour for later this month. The front man of post-hardcore outfit Aiden, William Francis, is set to play a number of dates in the UK, centering around… 297 more words

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Evanescence (A-Z #39)

Originally hailing from Little Rock, Arkansas, Evanescence got together back in 1995 but didn’t release their debut album until 2003. But it was a wait worth every moment because ‘Fallen’ has gone to sell over 17 million copies worldwide, helped on more than a tad by the superb ‘My Immortal’, a song about a lingering spirit appearing after the passing of a loved one and whom will never, ever leave. 7 more words

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Today's Jam - The Black Belles

Indie Rock

janette reblogged this on Girl Underground and commented:

"The Unnecessarily Necessary Music Blog" led me to this song, and it was good enough to share. The Black Belles is an all-female garage rock, and goth rock band, produced by Jack White, and signed to his label, Third Man Records. They've gone through a couple of line-up changes, but same goth aspect rock heard on this track. blackbelles2  

Bauhaus (again)

For part 19 of the Jemtunes 2015 A-Z here’s a pic of my limited edition (467 of 500) version of Bauhaus ‘1979 to 1983′ double best of album.  31 more words

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Album Review: The Pale Emperor by Marilyn Manson

Having not released a great album (in my opinion) since 2000’s Holywood my expectation for The Pale Emperor was initially quite low. That changed with the released singles sounding pretty good & my hopes continued to grow leading up to the album’s release. 473 more words

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L is for Lords of the New Church

I still have my dog eared copy of the self-titled debut album from Lords of the New Church. That album experienced a lot of mileage during my teens, both on my turntable at home as well as the numerous times I lent it to friends of mine in high school. 385 more words

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Album Review: The Smashing Pumpkins - Monuments to an Elegy

Okay, if you’re going to compare this album with the Pumpkin’s 90’s releases… don’t. It’ll probably really, really upset you. This isn’t Siamese Dream. Monuments to an Elegy has been receiving a lot of mixed reviews in the month since it’s release, and some would say with good reason. 409 more words

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