Articles about Gothic Rock
Beyond The Black – ‘Lost In Forever’
Beyond The Black are unarguably on the rise in popularity, and with that comes more music being put out. Their new album Lost In Forever is perfect for people who like symphonic metal female fronted bands. They are similar to bands such as Lucana Coil, Evanesence and Epica. Their new album has everything you could want […]
Death Valley High announce February UK tour!
San Francisco rockers Death Valley High are set to return to the UK in February! The announcement comes following the band’s recent dates supporting Killing Joke (anyone else automatically think of Batman there? No? Just me? Okay..) This time around, the band are set to join industrial dance rockers Orgy. Frontman Reyka Osburn says; “We’re […]
Lacuna Coil – Naughty Christmas
One of Italy’s finest exports (no we’re not talking about ice cream or pizza this time…) Lacuna Coil have given fans a treat this festive season with the lyric video for new track Naughty Christmas. You can check out the lyric video below; The release, available on all digital platforms, comes following the band’s successful […]
Creeper – Hiding With Boys
On Daniel P. Carter’s Radion 1 Rock Show last night (December 11), Creeper premiered their new single Hiding With Boys. The sextet have had a phenomenal year in 2016, embarking on their first headline tour, supporting the likes of Neck Deep and most recently Pierce the Veil, heading out to America for the first time […]
Lucid Fly Take On The A-Z Challenge | Interview
Lucid Fly are breathing some life into prog rock by combining it with alternative and dark rock, creating a blend of interesting and creative tracks. Debut album Building Castles in Air was released on November 11. We asked frontwoman Nikki Layne to take on our A-Z challenge.
Lucid Fly announce debut album!
US progressive/alt-rockers Lucid Fly have announced details of their debut LP! Building Castles In Air is set for release on November 11! The band have also released the lyric video for lead single Visions of Grandeur.
Never Found, Pin Up, Solace In Nightmares and The Dead XII @ Stag and Hounds, Bristol
Iona Finnie took some great shots of Never Found, Pin Up, Solace In Nightmares & The Dead XIII at the Stag and Hounds in Bristol.
Merch of the Month – Halloween Special
Here at AltCorner Towers, we all like to think of ourselves as fashionistas and its October this month which means one thing…. IT’S HALLOWEEN!!!! Well it’s Halloween everyday for me personally but hey, it’s cool to have a day specifically for it haha!
Rave The Reqviem – The Gospel of Nil
If Swedish industrial metal is your thing, then Rave The Reqviem might just be the ones for you. The five piece, who came from what was a solo project, have created a sound described as a mixture of industrial metal, heavy electronica and powerful rock and are ready to release their debut album, The Gospel of Nil to the world.
Finding Kate – If I Fall
The brainchild of Kate Pavli, Finding Kate is the culmination of hard hitting drums, layered guitar riffs and emotive and alluring vocals. This November sees the band release their debut album, If I Fall, the follow up to the highly praised EP Inside Out.
Sinnergod – The Endless
UK goth rockers Sinnergod have released the video for The Endless. The track is taken from their forthcoming self-titled record (out September 9).
SINNERGOD TAKE ON THE A-Z QUESTIONNAIRE CHALLENGE
Hailed as ‘The New Goth Kings Of Manchester’ by Metal Hammer Magazine, the North West dark metalllers Sinnergod certainly live up to their reputation. They dispatch a sound that curiously tugs from Depeche Mode and Gary Numan, and also channels the rhythmic crunch, pounding drums and colossal choruses of Metallica and Iron Maiden.
Track Of The Day: Area 11 – After The Flags
The band have also just released their next single, After The Flags, taken from Modern Synthesis! Check it out here!
A Lost Heart legacy: How FVK created and inspired a community
Throughout the band’s eight year career, they built a fanbase with their alternate styles, which grew alongside the band, into a small, tight-knit community. They were a band who led the way in terms of building strong relationships with fans, regularly going out of their way to make time for and further create a community. Below, I recount some of my experiences of the band and what they did for fans .
September Mourning announce Volume II
Gothic hard rockers September Mourning are set to release their second record, their first on Sumerian Records, on July 29. Volume II is the counterpart of the band’s self-released debut Volume I and is accompanied by the second issue of the band’s comic book series.