Articles about Gothic Rock
Goth Metallers ‘Sinnergod’ unleash self-titled album in September!
Emerging Goth Metallers ‘Sinnergod’ unleash their engulfing self-titled album through all platforms on Friday 9th September.
Tarja – The Brightest Void EP
After leaving Nightwish over a ecade ago, Tarja has really come into her own. The Finnish beauty releases The Brightest Void as a form of gift to her fans. It is a prequel to her up and coming album. The EP is a joy to listen to.
Farewell, My Love take on the A-Z challenge
We caught up with frontman Chad Kowal to challenge him to take on our A-Z questionnaire!
Fearless Vampire Killers At Engine Rooms, Southampton
Chloe Brehaut recently attended Escape The Fate’s gig in Southampton. She took shots of all of the bands that performed and in this gallery you can view FVK!
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Farewell, My Love Burn Out the Night and announce album
Arizona rockers Farewell, My Love have released the video for Burn Out the Night. The live footage was shot on the last day of the British Horror Story tour in Bristol, so if you were there make sure you check it out to spot yourself and if you weren’t there, check out what you missed!
Lacuna Coil announce UK/EU tour
Italian goth rockers Lacuna Coil are following last weeks’ release of album Delirium with a mammoth headline tour! The Autumn tour sees the band hit several major cities in Europe and the UK and tickets go on sale on June 3.
Slam Dunk 2016 Review – Part One
Slam Dunk festival celebrated its tenth birthday this year with a monster party! With a diverse line-up including Panic! At the Disco, Of Mice & Men, Hellions, Blood Youth, As It Is, Yellowcard and many more, it was one not to be missed! Four writers (including myself at the Midlands) attended over the course of the weekend and give their views below!
Ashestoangels release Down We Go
With just under a week to go until their appearance on the Dogtooth stage at Download festival, Ashestoangels have released the video for Down We Go. The goth rockers/ kings of new grave have taken the track from their recently released fourth album How To Bleed.
Lacuna Coil – Delirium
Over the years Lacuna Coil have really developed their talents, and Delirium is their heaviest to date. However, the change in line up could have been a factor in the musical change but it could also be that they are still growing as people and artists and want to try other forms.
New Years Day @ Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Overall a very good night with three top class bands and hopefully this will not be the first and last night we have the New Grave kings and queen back in the land of the dragons.
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The Cult Of Dom Keller announce new album and stream first single
Heavy-psych scorchers The Cult of Dom Keller (TCODK) are set to release their third album with esteemed London label Fuzz Club (A Place To Bury Strangers, Dead Skeletons)
Chatting To Ash Costello from New Years Day
We sat down with the lovely scream queen Ash Costello from New Years Day in Cardiff to talk about Malevolence, touring and the controversial New Grave genre.
Bands You Cannot Miss At 2000 Trees Festival 2016 Part One!
We thought that we would help you out solving the ‘Who Should I See’ conundrum by providing you a ‘Bands You Cannot Miss At 2000 Trees Festival 2016’ guide. Here is the first wave of bands who deserve your attention at the festival…
Spotlight on: South Wales
South Wales has long been known to supply some of the best rock and metal acts with the likes of Manic Street Preachers, Stereophonics, The Blackout, Kids in Glass Houses, Funeral For A Friend and Bullet For My Valentine being the major exports. While Wales celebrates the success of these bands, they would not exist had it not been for the underground music scene providing platforms and exposure. So what does South Wales have to offer? Let’s have a little look!