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The Awakening Announce New Album Chasm, Release First Single 'Shore' Along With Pre-Order Fundraising Campaign


Gothic Rock icons The Awakening ended a 5 year sabbatical by announcing the release of their first new single since “Fault” off Anthology XV (2013). 563 more words

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Album of the Week 37-2018: Atsushi Sakurai - Ai No Wakusei

With his amazing voice being the defining factor that it is in Buck-Tick, it is quite surprising that no one in the Japanese record industry pushed Atsushi Sakurai to release more solo albums than just ‘Ai No Wakusei’. 512 more words


Bauhaus celebrate 40th anniversary with The Bela Session, share remastered "Bela Lugosi's Dead": Stream

On January 26th, 1979, just six weeks after forming, Bauhaus entered the studio for the first time. Those sessions at Wellingborough, England’s Beck Studios birthed the track “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”, a song that would go on to become a cornerstone of gothic rock. 361 more words


Mid-Week Music

Work is chaotic and there’s little inspiration to this post but I’ve been listening a lot to She Wants Revenge these past days and can’t get enough of their songs. 103 more words


Miami goth masters Astari Nite dazzle with darkness on "Midnight Conversations"

We have not yet featured a band from Florida here on Caffeinated Jam, and I think it’s time. You think Florida, you think beaches. You think hip-hop. 543 more words


You May Be a Lover But You Ain't No Dancer: Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie 8/12

Sorry for the delay, but at last I have written my piece on this show. While I know that Mr. Zombie puts on a killer show (pun intended) every time, I was interested to see how Manson performed live. 909 more words


Emma Ruth Rundle rides in with new single "Darkhorse"

Fine singer-songwriters often take up the business of blending genres. In the case of Emma Ruth Rundle, we have a genre that the Los Angeles musician has woven out of ambient, indie rock, stadium rock, and post-punk. 302 more words