Start your day off with some real rock! Ghost Cult brings you the premiere of the new single from Hana Piranha, ‘Silk and Poison’! The track comes from their new album Waiting To Burn out tomorrow, 22nd March 2019 via Fourglove Records. For the uninitiated, Hana Piranha, led by singer/violinist Hana Maria brings a Goth Rock aesthetic, with catchy songs, deep-bodied vocals, soulful lyrics, and some sick violin work, as both a solo instrument and woven into the songs themselves. A really impressive young band you should be checking out! Stream the song and purchase the new single and album at the links from the band below. Continue reading
The Sisters of Mercy have booked headline gigs at The Roundhouse London on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 September 2019. They did a brief tour last summer, and have already been booked to headline a stage at this summer’s Hellfest. The band has been especially active lately on social media and their last full-length original album, 1990’s Vision Thing (East West/Elektra) was just released on streaming platforms for the first time last week. Tickets for the London shows go on sale this Friday 18th January 10 am local time at the link below.
Up and coming UK gothic metal band Her Despair is releasing their new EP this summer, the amazingly titled ‘Mournography.’ The EP drops on July 20th, and we’ll bring you more news soon about this exciting band. In the meantime, Ghost Cult has teamed up with the band to debut their new music video for the track ‘Blaspheme With Me, so check it out! Continue reading
Delain – 4-18-2018
Irving Plaza, New York NY
by Julia Sariy Photography
In the business of reviewing new albums from extreme musical acts, it is always a nice breath of fresh air when I get material that is not as abrasive as most of the albums I review. The Exploding Boy has dropped a new album entitled Alarms! (Drakkar) and it is chock full of eleven songs that anyone can dance to and enjoy. Having all the elements of a Goth Rock/dark Indie band just with their own spin on it, the Swedish outfit hit the nail on the head for a successful album.
On the heels of a successful launch of an expanded and remastered version of Host, Paradise Lost will now reissue their Believe In Nothing Album, from 2000. Dissatisfied with the production of that album at the time, Believe In Nothing has been remixed and remastered by Jaime Gomez Arellano, and includes new artwork, to bring to bear the bands’ initial vision of the album. They have also dropped a new lyric video for the new version of their track ‘Mouth’. Continue reading
Back in June last year, we were treated to remastered versions of the first four albums by German Thrash legends, Kreator. This year, Noise Records are following that up by repackaging, remastering, and reissuing the band’s next four studio releases. Continue reading