gothic

Chelsea Wolfe to release new studio album “Birth of Violence” on September 13th 2019

Chelsea Wolfe has always been a conduit for a powerful energy, and while she has demonstrated a capacity to channel that somber beauty into a variety of forms, her gift as a songwriter is never more apparent than when she strips her songs down to a few key elements. As a result, her solemn majesty and ominous elegance are more potent than ever on her forthcoming album, “Birth of Violence” to be released on Sargent House on September 13th, 2019.
 

The 69 Eyes unveil first album trailer and announce Fall 2019 Finnish Tour

Finland’s dark rockers The 69 Eyes recently announced that they will release their 12th studio album on September 13th, 2019. Right in time for their 30th band anniversary, “West End” will see the light of day, so prepare for 11 up-tempo rock anthems full of heaviness, black memento mori moments and dark humour featuring several top-notch guest vocalists including Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth, Wednesday 13 and Beastö Blancö’s Calico Cooper.

Dperd to release new studio album “Allein” on September 27th 2019

Just over 100 days left to September 27th, 2019, the date My Kingdom Music will release “Allein” the new Dperd’s album.

The cover artwork was done by the label’s boss Francesco Palumbo.

The album, engineered, mixed and mastered by Gaetano Fontanazza at Pseudo Studio, is a new delicate, intimate and atmospheric output, the sixth of their almost 20 years career, titled “Allein”.

Oomph! live in London 2019

Hardly a band has ever influenced the German musical scene so deeply and keeps it heavily fascinated! Oomph! combine many music style such as metal, industrial, alternative rock/metal, electronica and gothic to create their sound. Their style changed over the years, especially from their first album, which was released in 1992; though they started with very much a dance-laden industrial sound, they quickly moved to a much more heavily guitar-driven metal sound.
 

Suldusk to release debut album “Lunar Falls” on April 12th 2019

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Suldusk - a new project led by other-worldly frontwoman Emily Highfield - weaves acoustic tones of dark folk with elements of doom, atmospheric black metal and post rock

Suldusk is set to release her debut full-length album, entitled “Lunar Falls”, on April 12th, 2019. The album is available for pre-order now via Bandcamp.
 

The 69 Eyes announce Spring 2019 US Headlining Tour

The last time that goth rock legends The 69 Eyes toured the United States, was in 2009. As the band has been busy conducting business as usual, releasing albums and touring elsewhere, the US has been waiting very long for the return of the Helsinki Vampires.

After recently teaming up with DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara’s and his wife Anahstasia’s The Oracle Management, The 69 Eyes are ready to start a new chapter in their 30-year rock n’ roll saga.

Lord Of The Lost release new music video for “Loreley”

After Lord Of The Lost’s very successful 2018, they aren’t even thinking about taking a break. Right in time for their next tour, they’ve released an impressive new music video.

The Germans act between grace, elegance and gloomy harshness in their fifth video taken from their successful album “Thornstar” (#6 in German Charts). The video shows a very new visual side of the band.

The 69 Eyes post trailer from the studio and tease plans for their 30th anniversary

Helsinki’s goth‘n’roll vampires The 69 Eyes are currently putting the final touches to their 12th studio album scheduled for spring 2019.

While the title and release date are yet to be unveiled, the tracks have once again been recorded with longtime producer Johnny Lee Michaels in Helsinki.

Oomph! premiere lyric video for first single “Kein Liebeslied”

Crap, Dero and Flux have already unveiled first details for their upcoming studio album “Ritual” - out on January 18th, 2019, via Napalm Records.

Now the time has come to premiere the very first single off of the new record. Please welcome “Kein Liebeslied”.

No song about luck. No song about hope. No song about peace and joy.

Oomph! on the new single “Kein Liebeslied”: