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Click on Bandcamp: Descendants of Cain – Conversations With Mirrors

From the Echozone webpage… Conversations with Mirrors The story of the London band “Descendants Of Cain” around mastermind D M Kruger dates back to the 90s when they succeeded to gain a certain reputation within the scene with their first albums mostly based on a classic gothic rock sound. Over the years and after numerous… Keep Reading

The Eden House – Verdades (I Have Chosen You) (Official Video)

The new single from The Eden House, released 19.05.17. Taken from the album “Songs For The Broken Ones” released on Jungle Records 16.06.17. Directed by E Gabriel Edvy Video Production by Blackswitch Labs. Monica Richards – Vocals Stephen Carey – Guitar Tony Pettitt – Bass Simon Rippin – Drums Bob Loveday – Violin Brianna Malone-Serna… Keep Reading

The Sisters of Mercy @ London, Brixton Ace, 29.06.1983

“Music suitable for slaughterhouses and asylums” is how Andrew Eldritch described the first years of the Sisters in an interview with German television. Founded 1980 by Gary Marx (Gary Mark) and Andrew Eldritch (Andrew Taylor) with the intention of recording an album to hear themselves on the radio. This goal was quickly achieved with the… Keep Reading

The Sisters Of Mercy Interview Villa Tempo Belgian TV 14/04/85

1984 to 1985: First and Last and Always, but not for good Report by Frank Spieker (Read the  complete Sister(s) of Mercy report) Line up 1984 – 1985: Andrew Eldritch (vocals) Gary Marx (guitars) Wayne Hussey (guitars) Craig Adams (bass) Dr. Avalanche (drums) Live cover versions: Knocking on Heaven`s Door (Bob Dylan) Hey Joe (Jimi… Keep Reading

Click on Bandcamp: Light Of The Morning Star – Nocta

Since the first listening I already knew that something was going to happen with LIGHT OF THE MORNING STAR.  The great sounds melting finest black atmospheres with maybe some SIXX + Gothic Rock / Dark Rock elements makes to the LIGHT OF THE MORNING STAR a truly pleasant listening. Video review soon… (Oskar Terramortis) LIGHT OF THE MORNING STAR (United Kingdom) “Nocta” 12″LP/CD… Keep Reading

13 Questions to Robert Maisey (Terminal Gods, Legion)

What was the very first record you bought? The first CDs I owned where: Queen, Greatest Hits. Meatloaf, Bat Out Of Hell and The Darkness, Permission To Land. The first vinyl record I bought was the 12″ single of Temple Of Love by The Sisters Of Mercy. The Human League’s Reproduction was also one of… Keep Reading

The Eden House – Songs For The Broken Ones – Album Preview

Current Touring Band: Stephen Carey (Adoration / This Burning Effigy) Tony Pettitt (Fields of the Nephilim/NFD) Simon Rippin (Red Sun Revival /NFD/Nefilim) Rob Leydon (Red Sun Revival) Bob Loveday (Violinist for Bob Geldof/Van Morrison) Louise Crane Meghan-Noel Pettitt Monica Richards (Faith & The Muse) After my chat with Simon Rippin in Helsinki during his visit with… Keep Reading

20 years ago – Nefilim – Interview with Carl McCoy – MTV 1996

Carl: ‘Elizium’ when it came out was very different from ‘The Nephilim’ album, which was its predecessor, and obviously ‘Zoon’ was something I needed to achieve. It was part of the whole Nephilim jigsaw puzzle, I think. At the time, I re-spelt the band’s name (as The Nefilim), just due to the fact that I… Keep Reading

Click on Bandcamp: The Last Cry – Goodbye

OFFICIAL FACEBOOK Emerging from the South Coast of England, The Last Cry are a band of two eras. In their original incarnation they formed in 1985 and were together until around 1992, albeit with an ever changing line up, before going their separate ways. (Keep reading) Goodbye by The Last Cry Keep Reading

FEHM – Circadian Life (Official Video)

“Here is a video we did for ‘Circadian Life’ starring Chris ‘Birdy’ Bird. Big thanks to Kyle Macfadzean for making this happen and Birdy for being involved in it. The song is about the struggle of life’s most monotonous tasks, how we’re all too busy doing the things we have to do instead of the… Keep Reading

13 Questions to Lee Argano (The Hearse)

Lee Argano The Hearse On Facebook The Hearse On Bandcamp Buy CD What was the very first record you bought? My very first record was actually a single and it was You’re Gorgeous by Babybird. I was 8. Haha! What is the most expensive record have you bought? The most expensive record I ever bought was… Keep Reading

13 Questions to General Megatron Bison (Grooving In Green)

General Megatron Bison Grooving In Green Official Site Grooving In Green On Facebook Grooving In Green On Bandcamp What was the very first record you bought? I believe the first record I bought was Rage Against the Machine’s self titled album. Whilst it isn’t very gothy it is still an album I enjoy to this day.… Keep Reading

13 Questions to DJ Martin Oldgoth (Thirteen13 Radio Show)

 Martin Oldgoth  Martin Oldgoth Official Site Thirteen13 Radio Show What was the very first record you bought? The very first record I bought using my own money was David Bowie’s ‘Diamond Dogs’ album, over the years I think I’ve owned three copies, but still have the original one. What is the most expensive record have… Keep Reading

13 Questions to John Burns (The Hearse)

John Burns The Hearse On Facebook The Hearse On Bandcamp Buy CD What was the very first record you bought? Tears for fears songs from the big chair. I was 8 years old. What is the most expensive record have you bought? Most expensive record I bought was pink floyd ummagumma for about £25 when I… Keep Reading

13 Questions to Alixandrea Corvyn (Rhombus, Last July)

Alixandrea Corvyn Rhombus On Facebook Rhombus On Bandcamp Last July On Facebook Last July On Bandcamp What was the very first record you bought? I’d like to qualify this by saying that for years I begged/borrowed/stole music from my parents, who have good taste in music. But the first record I actually bought was The Best… Keep Reading

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