So much good music came out in 1987, it was hard to keep track of it all. One record that touched my life maybe more than any other was The Cult’s Electric. It might be their best album – all of the elements were on point! During this time, me and
For a genre almost universally associated with the colour black, the world of gothic rock comprises a surprising myriad of shades. Be it post-punk, trad goth, or deathrock, as the genre was birthed and evolved, splintering into innumerable shards and subsets, a panoramic view of its many strands resembles nothing
THE CULT (and Southern Death Cult) and PRIMAL SCREAM are two of my favourites that I pull out at least once a week, so I’m fucking stoked that these two legends will be hitting Vancouver for an all-ages tour stop at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Nov. 15th! I’ve seen
So much good music came out in 1984 it was hard to keep track of it all. One record that touched my life maybe more than any other was The Cult’s Dreamtime. In my book, this might be the best album the band ever created – all of the elements
by Oliver Sheppard It was the kind of nervousness you get before a big job interview. Killing Joke frontman Jaz Coleman was spending the morning taking phone interviews from music journalists in advance of the October 30th US release of Killing Joke’s fifteenth album, the apocalyptic MMXII, on Spinefarm Records.
Ottawa, Canada’s Blue Cross have incredibly just released their second LP, I Am Death — incredible because many bands nowadays wait years between releases, and this is Blue Cross’s second LP in just over 7 months. The LP is out on Noxious Noize! Records, a small label operating out of