Category: CD Reviews

The Loveless – Star Rover (Euphonius Records)

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Here we have a brand new goth band form Denmark. Its 3 members have been for a long time to the dark side of music as they were members of doom-deathsters SAturnus in the past. After they have left SAturnus for personal reassons, they decided to start something new together, so The Loveless was born. […]

Lethargy – In-Macula (Black Flames Records)


Electronica has spread its haunted melodies all over the world. In almost every country we can find an interesting band that has something good to offer. “In every town there is someone creating at time, in every town there is someone beating a song” the bands points in one of the song.   At that […]

South Of No North – Rajah


South Of No North was probably the best greek gothic rock act in the legendary 80's decade (along with Yell-O-Yell and Forward Music Quintet, in my opinion). When the 80's deacade ended they had already released three great LP's ("Lacrimae Christi" and "Fell Frozen" under Creep Records, and "South Of No North" under Wipe Out). […]

Floodland – Decay (Napalm Records)


To tell you the truth I have not heard anything about this band in the past, although I found their new CD called "Decay" very interesting. It contains 10 tracks and someone can understands from the first hearring that the band plays pure gothic rock with soft electronic touches. The CD is divided into two […]

Stin Scatzor – Industrogression (Black Flames Records)


Lets get harder. Well I suppose all the industrial freaks out there would probably know Stin Scatzor. They have already released two albums and now they strike back with their new masterpiece. Well the title is descriptive enough for anyone who still has not understood the musical forms of the band. Industrial at its best […]

Volcano The Bear – Yak Folks Y’Are EP


This is the very first VTB's official album after several demo tapes. What we have to do with here? Of course, nothing but pure experimental gothic music, with a strong dada-istic feeling. Aaron Moore, Daniel Padden, Nick Mott and Laurence Coleman made six tracks, dark and colourful in their own way each one. After "Yak […]

KMFDM – WWIII (Mayan Records / Sanctuary)


I do not know what is happening with this band. Their music was always a big confusion. They mostly remind me the soundtrack of paranoid cartoon movies. I can not compare them with anything. They seem to be totally into their own world and they destroy everything just to create music with the left behind […]

SIVA SIX – Rise New Flesh


A couple of days ago, I came across the long awaited debut of Z (vox) and Noid (keyboards), which surprised me pleasantly… The longing was worth it obviously!! I don’t want to make a comparison with previous projects of them, this one is futuristic, original, brand new. Dark electronic sounds, mixed harmonically with industrial atmospheres, […]

Abney Park – From Dreams or Angels


Abney Park: Abney Park describes their sound as electronic. True indeed! This is a blend of smooth pop, thumping beats, and crunchy guitar–all with a dark, melancholic twist. But don't get the wrong idea here–it's really refreshing to hear electronic that's original and void of over used samples or monotonous and predictable beats.   This […]

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