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What do you know about BLEACH BIRTH? Let me tell you that this band rules and they are able to worship Rudimentary Peni Death Church-era like no other! Don’t get it twisted – they are far from any sort of cover band; actually, I feel like they are one of the

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For the true, Sad Lovers & Giants is one of THE bands when talking essentials in goth and post-punk. Yet, despite your cult following, a fair amount of details regarding your early existence remain in relative obscurity – something which will hopefully be remedied by this interview. To begin, I’d like

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Dallas punk band Slimy Member enter their fourth year of existence in 2017 (they began in November 2013), and their long-awaited debut LP, Ugly Songs for Ugly People, has finally arrived. The LP is a big step forward for the band in terms of sound and songwriting prowess. The previously fearsome foursome

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Now returned from an action-packed two week tour across Europe to promote their new Deviances album, deathrock band Virgin In Veil took the time to discuss their music and the tour with us. Virgin In Veil boasts a strong lineup: Jacques Staph on vocals/bass (Masquerade, Secular Plague, ex-Sleeping Children), Suzi Sabotage (Masquerade) on synth/backing

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Check out episode 25 of Favorite Records featuring Heather Gabel waxing poetic about her love for Rudimentary Peni’s Death Church. It’s pretty cool to hear someone you respect talk passionately about a record that changed your life as well. Rudimentary Peni fucking RULES, and Death Church is a classic…now watch the video!

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Deathrock has become a buzzword – I doubt this is news to anyone with an internet connection. Go on Bandcamp’s “deathrock” tag and you’ll see a strange assortment of Sisters Of Mercy wannabes, horrendous goth metal, industrial/dance goth, and even bad college town twee bands who also tag themselves as

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