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Goth Reviews

Paradise Lost - Medusa Album Artwork
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Paradise Lost – Medusa (, , )
25th September 2017 -

Paradise Lost have been purveyors of all things dark and gloomy for nearly 30 years now, but you’d never know it. Apart from a few patchy moments in the 90s, they have rarely put a foot wrong, and they are currently on a winning streak of 3 back to back stellar albums, with 2012’s Tragic Idol, 2015’s The Plague Within… Read More »

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In This Moment Ritual Album Cover
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In This Moment – Ritual (, , )
9th August 2017 -

Maria Brink is a frontwoman for all seasons. With each passing In This Moment there is a new look and some form of new element added to the band’s arsenal. Going from being a straight ahead metalcore act they have filtered their sound through industrial, metal and more polished pop metal leanings over the years. they even flirted with a bit of… Read More »

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Wednesday 13 – Condolences (, )
21st May 2017 -

Seven albums into their horrifyingly contagious career, Wednesday 13 send their unapologetic ‘Condolences’ to their enemies, including death itself. Despite iconic frontman Wednesday 13 being the last surviving original member, this current line-up now feels as comfortable as ever with axeman Roman Surman assuming co-writing duties once again. After twelve years under the Wednesday moniker, ‘Condolences’ is a slick manoeuvre… Read More »

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Death Valley High – CVLT [AS FVK] ()
20th November 2016 -

Enticing industrial-infused goth for the present day, Death Valley High are determined to prove they are ‘CVLT [AS FVK]’. Certainly not for the faint-hearted, Death Valley High are the fresh equivalent of old school Marilyn Manson with a few rusty nails hammered into the coffin for good measure. Industrial goth rarely breaks the surface in a metal-heavy scene, so treasure… Read More »

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AshestoAngels – How To Bleed (, )
5th July 2016 -

Bristol’s AshestoAngels have been skirting around the fringes of mainstream success for over six years now. “How to Bleed” is the band’s fifth release, following the deluxe re-release of their Horror Cult album last Summer. On their fourth full length album, the self-styled ‘horror punks’ touch upon several styles but the highlights undeniably come when they let their punk inspired… Read More »