Assuming goth is required, the following results were found.

  • THE 69 EYES - Universal Monsters (Review)

    in the latter category. While the band’s debut had definite glam leanings, subsequent releases have shifted more into goth territory, evoking the memory of classic bands like Sisters of Mercy, The Mission and The Cult. Rather than eschew their glam...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/296-the-69-eyes-universal-monsters
  • BLOODY HAMMERS - The Horrifying Case of Bloody Hammers (Music Review)

    terrifying. For their current release, Bloody Hammers brings together some classic sounds. Fans of the various subgenres of goth rock will hear a bit of Type O Negative, some Christian Death, and a little Sisters of Mercy, among others. “The Bloodsucker...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/438-bloody-hammers-the-horrifying-case-of-bloody-hammers-music-review
  • GRAVE PLEASURES - Dreamcrash (Review)

    Grave Pleasures Dreamcrash Metal Blade Records http://www.metalblade.com Release date: November 13, 2015 For fans of classic goth or deathrock sounds, Grave Pleasures may be the best band you’ve never heard. In a way, you probably have heard them....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/162-grave-pleasures-dreamcrash-review
  • CREMATORY - Monument (Review)

    the heavy music scene. Starting their career as a Death Metal band, over the years they have evolved into innovators in the Goth Metal scene and have even dabbled in the Industrial world. Monument is their first album since the departure of clean...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/307-crematory-monument-review
  • TO/DIE/FOR - Cult (Review)

    has never heard, and the fact that they haven’t achieved mainstream success in the US has always puzzled me. Their brand of gothic rock emphasizes the rock aspect or their approach to making moody music. Rather than the dark posturing of bands like My...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/71-to-die-for-cult-review
  • UNLEASH THE ARCHERS - Apex (Music Review)

    Records http://www.unleashthearchers.com/ Release Date: June 2, 2017 Women in metal tend to fall within two categories: goth crooners and death shriekers, epitomized by Evanescence’s Amy Lee and Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz. There are exceptions of...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/441-unleash-the-archers-apex-music-review
  • Danzig- Black Laden Crown

    spastic soloing (more so on “Blackness Falls”), Danzig just sort of croons acrossthem lending them a darker, almost goth feel. “Pull the Sun” has the crooner elements as well but it’s much more up-tempo, combining both elements well and taking the album...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/439-danzig-black-laden-crown
  • THE MISSION - Another Fall From Grace (Review)

    album’s decked is certainly stacked. The band return to the darker vibe of their early works on this album, embracing the Gothic genre they helped found a lot more than they have in years. The best example here is “Within the Deepest Darkness (Fearful)”...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/371-the-mission-another-fall-from-grace-review
  • MEANGIRLS - Morgan McCoy (Interview)

    share about Kyle? MM: He would get SOOOO pissed at me for using his black eyeliner when we were both going through our mall goth phase. RF: What should people expect seeing Mean Girls live? MM: We’re loud, very loud. Also, Karsten has the best...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/301-meangirls-morgan-mccoy-interview
  • MERCURY'S ANTENNAE - Beneath the Serene (Review)

    and an excellent addition to the Projekt Records catalog. Reviewed by mark1340 This text will be replaced #MercurysAntennae #Goth #ProjektRecords #Mark1340

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/300-mercury-s-antennae-beneath-the-serene-review
  • SPIRIT AND THE BRIDE - With Eyes and Ears to See and Hear (Review)

    Attack Records https://spiritandthebride.bandcamp.com Release Date: March 3, 2016 Spirit and the Bride (not the MCM Music goth band from years past) are a Hardcore band hailing from Cincinnati, OH. The band hearken back to the advent of the...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/279-spirit-and-the-bride-with-eyes-and-ears-to-see-and-hear-review
  • STEP SISTERS - Thick (Review)

    and screamy, grunge-laden vocals. “Witness,” on the other hand, has a much brighter musical feel while the vocals tread Goth paths reminiscent of 70’s Bowie and Allan Aguirre’s Spy Glass Blue albums. The two blend together really damn well to create...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/239-step-sisters-thick-review
  • BARONESS - Purple (Review)

    any specific style, as that descriptor tends to be a catchall for any number of subgenres like grunge, funk, garage, goth, etc. The only reason I say ‘alternative’ is simply because they just cannot be pigeonholed into the standard concept of metal....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/226-baroness-purple-review
  • WILD MOTH - Inhibitor (Review)

    the rhythm section and vocals remain clear. From the upbeat opening of this album with “Mirror” through the Beastmilk style goth riffing of closing track “You Found Out” the band takes us on a trip with stops at indie rock from the last three decades,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/76-wild-moth-inhibitor-review
  • HY BRASIL - Animal's Grace (Review)

    With a harp and handmade drums among their ranks, the band land somewhere between the atmospheric tones of The Cure and the Goth underpinnings of Sincerely Paul but they also produce a healthy bit of alt rock. The album’s atmospheric yet fluid “Drive It...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/51-hy-brasil-animal-s-grace-review

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