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Peter Murphy to reunite with original Bauhaus bassist David J during San Francisco residency

Earlier this year, BauhausPeter Murphy announced a 15-night residency at San Francisco’s The Chapel that would span the Godfather of Goth’s entire career, resulting in a “retrospective of his greatest solo albums in their entirety.” Unfortunately, issues with Murphy’s vocal cords forced him to… 339 more words



For the longest time, I did not know what to make of Marilyn Manson. When I was younger,  I thought he was a devil worshipper, sicko, and all-around frightening figure but over the years my opinion has changed. 101 more words


Album of the Week 37-2017: Fields Of The Nephilim - Elizium

Some bands go out while they’re on top. Goth masters Fields Of The Nephilim was one of those bands. ‘Elizium’ is a masterpiece that was far ahead of what any other band in the genre – even The Sisters Of Mercy – were doing at the time. 562 more words


Cold Specks shares the Origins of her new song "Void": Stream

Photo by Norman Wong

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single.

One cool summer night some five years ago, I saw… 741 more words


Zola Jesus releases new album Okovi: Stream/download

Today marks the release of Okovi, the new album from Zola Jesus. Apple Music and Spotify users can stream it in full below. 450 more words


Album Thoughts | Chelsea Wolfe: Hiss Spun

I’ve been chomping at the bit to review something by Chelsea Wolfe on this blog since I started doing full reviews. The time has finally come and what an album to start with! 705 more words


Alice Cooper's Paranormal Album

Being a big Alice Cooper fan, I’ve been waiting years for a follow up to 2011’s Welcome 2 My Nightmare. When news dropped that the new album was to be released this year, I was thrilled. 282 more words