In For The Kill: Q&A with Soft Kill’s Tobias Grave
Portland post-punk band revels in anthemic new tracks & talks musical evolution
JYLDA – “Impulse”
London singer-songwriter delivers experimental goth-pop magic on new single
Fear Of Men – “Into Strangeness”
Brighton indie band takes dark gothic turn on first track in four years
True Body – “Television”
Virginia new wave band drops poignant new single off forthcoming debut LP
The Holy Knives – “Always Gone”
San Antonio brothers conjure hypnotic blend of dream-pop, trip-hop & blues
Secret Shame – ‘Dark Synthetics’
Asheville goth-rockers transcend on gloriously dark debut LP
Miss Rayon – “Self Made Man”
Portland post-punk band’s new video is a spectacular gothic thrill ride
TR/ST – “Gone” video
Suzy X, “Summer Goth Playlist”
Dispelling the wive’s tale that goths can’t take the heat.
Litanic Mask, “U Release Me”
Gothic electronic pop that moves nature.
Dais offer retrospective for Annabelle's Garden
Goth folk once loved by Death In June finds its first U.S. home.
Stream: Screature, Screature LP
A Sacramento goth-post-punk record produced by Chris Woodhouse.
Love Cop, “Margot With An X”
You know it's a rad basement gig when bondage is involved. Totally NSFW.
T.J. Cowgill of King Dude
"A year or two from now, Fleet Foxes are going to have a Christian Death influence, just wait."