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DECIBEL MAG:One-man band Mindkult have taken the heaviness of stoner and doom metal and infused it with shoegaze and post-punk sensibilities. The end result finds the band — everything played by multi-instrumentalist Fowst — balancing between heaviness and pleasant, floating melodies. 38 more words

Throne Releases


It’s finally here. It was worth the waiting! Looks and sounds amazing!

Took almost 3 weeks more than expected due to reasons the plant haven’t explained yet, but all pre-orders have started being shipped since today in the morning. 41 more words

Throne Releases

An Autumn For Crippled Children: Eternal Album Review

An Autumn For Crippled Children are an experimental band, that I can only describe as Goth Rock meets Metal with scream overlay.

Now, I am a huge fan of the Goth Rock/Metal scene as I grew up with it back in the late 70’s and early 80’s, and saw it flourish throughout 80’s, with bands such as Bauhaus, The Sisters Of Mercy etc. 155 more words

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Chelsea Wolfe: Flatlands

Chelsea Wolfe has a beautiful and haunting voice that is further emphasized on the acoustic track “Flatlands.” The guitar gently moves along as violins sweep in to lift and carry Wolfe’s vocals. Check it out below.


Chelsea Wolfe: 16 Psyche

Let me tell you when I first fell in love with Chelsea Wolfe’s music. About a year and a half ago, I was looking for new music that could fit under the dark ambient category and somehow youtube brought me to Wolfe’s “Tracks (Tall Bodies)” song. 70 more words


H.I.M. Announces FINAL North American Tour

H.I.M. Announces last North American tour before the band retires for good. The farewell tour will kick off on October 24th in Phoenix, AZ at The Van Buren, and come to a close on November 17th in New York, NY at the Hammerstein Ballrom. 17 more words


20 Years of the Placebo effect will hit Australia in September

English goth/grunge rockers Placebo are celebrating 20 years together in 2017 (who’d have thought it) and they’re bringing the Anniversary Party to us in September. The band behind the songs ‘ 102 more words