Compilation by Oskar Terramortis
Stunning compilation, this is the definitive collection of Gothic Rock of the new decade, a really gorgeous second volume featuring lots of special guests with exclusive tracks, and bands of our own roster; they were gathered in order to give you a top-quality product. This Is Gothic Rock is the second compilation curated by DJ Oskar Terramortis (of “Necromanteion Radio Show” and “This Is Gothic Rock”) Gothic Music Records is getting really serious, and here’s the list of bands and tracks:
The Wake: “Rusted”
Legendary Gothic Rock band from the USA; The Wake is back. And we are proud to announce that their newest single is featured as the opening track of Gothic Music Records Vol. II
Without any doubt, this is a really emblematic single for the present era of the classic band Ikon, a modern-day classic.
Soror Dolorosa: “The Figure Of The Night”
One of the most relevant bands of the scene of today’s Gothic Rock, is featured here with “The Figure Of The night” which is included in their latest album “No More Heroes”
Merciful Nuns: “The Maelstorm”
Merciful Nuns rises with “The Maelstrorm” from their album “Goetia V”. In case you didn’t know; Merciful Nuns features the talent of former Garden Of Delight musicians. They are writing their new story, and they are doing this in an impeccable way.
Autumn Twilight: “Dreamessence”
Coming out from Hungary, Autumn Twilight is a very experienced Gothic Rock band. Their mixture of melody and rocking guitars is just mesmerizing. They are one of the recent additions to our roster, wait for upcoming news about it.
La Procesion De Lo Infinito
Colombian Gothic Rock Band “La Procesion De Lo Infinito” (The Procession Of The Infinity) is a great revelation; they are doing traditional Gothic Rock with lyrics in Spanish, and they sound so good! They are another new coming band in the current roster of Gothic Music Records…¡Stay tuned!
Aeon Sable: “Monster In Me”
Angels Of Liberty is already a new classic in the Gothic rock scene of today; and talking about classics, here’s the rendition of Aeon Sable to “Monster In Me”. A great new great band covering the song of another great new band…¡Nuff said!
Canis Lupus: “Sedative”
From Sweden, here’s Canis Lupus with “Sedative”, song included in their exquisite debut “Shape Of A Ghost” from Gothic Music records.
Arts Of Erebus: “Spark Of Hope”
Arts Of Erebus is a top quality band with stunning song writing, brilliant production, and flawless execution; a total package here. And you have this fine example extracted from their newest album: “An Open Case Of Parousia”
Salvation AMP: “Iceflower”
With an expertise in Gothic Rock, Christ-ian Leding and their bandmates are here displaying their unique combination of guitars, captivating melodic chords, and passion!
Miazma: “Soft Touch”
Traditional Gothic Rock+220 volt = Miazma!
Enormous energy, infectious melodies, and powerful rhythms; this song is perfect for the Dark dancefloor.
Geometric Vision: “Solitude Of The Trees”
Majestic Dark-Post Punk by the awesome Geometric Vision, a must have for everyone who loves real dark(er) music. Thanks to Swiss Dark Nights, for letting us include to such a great band in this compilation album.
Come With Reverse: “Decay”
Come With Reverse combines Gothic Rock and the Alternative sound like no one, the result is a truly unique sound. They are an innovative band.
The Eternal Fall: “The Alchemist”
From Spain, here’s The Eternal Fall after several years of musical career, they came with some of their finest works to date: “As The Time Goes”, and here’s “The Alchemist”; a great example of how good is such album.
Hearts Fail: “Make Up”
This critically acclaimed Gothic-Post Punk band is here with this epic seven-minute song featured in “Fires Of The Night”; released by Strobelight Records.
The Unseen Chains: “1984 (Thought Control)”
Keep an eye to this one: The Unseen Chains is an interesting solo-project coming out from Athens, Greece. Unseen Chains have created a full-length album which remains as an unreleased album. “1984” is one of the tracks featured in such record.
Greetings to the newcomers; and thank you very much to the special guests artists, and their record labels to help us to make this possible, and thanks to you for your support.
¡¡Enjoy!!► by Daniel Olvera