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Masquerade of Helsinki, Finland recently released a music video for their latest single “Russian Roulette”, a sneak peek of their upcoming second album Where Nobody Can Hear You Scream being released in the Fall of this year! The album will also feature previously released track “Too Depressed To Dance” and

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Malefixio are a spooky band dishing out some incredible darkwave out of Barcelona, Spain. Their album Culto a lo Invisible was released last month and in case you missed it, it’s quite a gem! This band has a uniqueness to them while maintaining a distinctly goth image, the album swaying

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While the final Warped Tour plows on concurrently with a mid-2000’s revival, such a throwback doesn’t have to be limited to the prime of Underoath. While MySpace emodom was certainly a hallmark of the time, so was a deathrock revamp spearheaded by the dark side of the hipster camp. Whether

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Musician and poet Davey Bales of LA-based The Wraith (previously of Richmond, VA based bands Shadow Age and Lost Tribe) recently released issue three of his Dead Flowers poetry series! Accompanied by macabre black and white art, the 24-page zine showcases a solid collection of Davey’s best poems. This issue

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For the past three years, a femme-heavy powerhouse of dark dance stimulation has been releasing shot after shot of digital albums, waiting for the perfect moment to strike North America and unleash its black fury on our hungry masses. Utilizing the best in throwback synth to provide bottom-end drones and

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For the past several years, great bands seem to spring up right out of the polluted industrial soil of West Oakland. The humanitarian disaster of the landscape and bureaucratic historic neglect of the people only fuel the fury and precision of local musicians that refuse to be bogged down and

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