Goth Reviews

Ghost Prequelle Album Cover
Ghost – Prequelle (, , )
25th May 2018 -

I dare say when Ghost first emerged in 2010 with their debut album ‘Opus Eponymous’ that many people wrote them off as a novelty act who wouldn’t make it to a second album. What a surprise it must have been then to see them become a massive arena conquering rock juggernaut who are about to unleash their fourth full-length album… Read More »

JONATHAN DAVIS – Black Labyrinth (, , , )
24th May 2018 -

10 years is a long time in music. Since Jonathan Davis began work on his debut solo album in 2007, the musical landscape has changed significantly. Nu metal collapsed from the mainstream, dubstep came and went, and One Direction took over the world momentarily. Nevertheless, Davis continued to toil away at his album and, in 2017, was finally prepared to… Read More »

A Perfect Circle – Eat the Elephant (, )
23rd April 2018 -

Its been 15 years since we have had a full length album of original material from A Perfect Circle, and I think we can agree that those 15 years have felt agonizing, wondering if we would ever get that elusive third studio album. But fear not, our prayers have been answered, A Perfect Circle are well and truly reborn, and… Read More »

The Dead XIII - Dark Days Album Cover Artwork
The Dead XIII – Dark Days (, , )
2nd April 2018 -

Over the years there has been no shortage of bands trying to grab your attention and distinguish themselves from the crowd. Whether you do it with a gimmick or a by sheer force of music, everyone is looking to do something different. This is where The Dead XIII come in, and boy do they come in strong. I will admit… Read More »

Paradise Lost - Medusa Album Artwork
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 »