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Flashback: Trent Reznor and Al Jourgensen’s Dance Daze

Ah, the salad days. Some people may not know it, but both Ministry's Al Jourgensen and Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor were actually synth pop and glammy before finding their industrial edge. Many fans remember those times before The Land Of Rape And Honey and P...
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World Goth Day Is Coming

Goth imagery and clothing styles have certainly become more mainstream over the last decade, through fashion and horror film imagery and with NCIS character Abby Sciuto and moody Emo bands adopting or co-opting the look. (At least Abby actually is Goth and...
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Faith And The Muse: The War For Peace, Part 2

After a five-year hiatus, Goth icons Faith And The Muse returned last year with their fifth studio album ankoku butoh, an edgy, energetic and mystical collection of songs that incorporated Taiko drumming into their sound, with lyrics culled from Japanese f...
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Faith And The Muse: The War For Peace, Part 1

In my not-so-humble opinion, Faith And The Muse is the greatest Goth band ever. However, the dynamic duo of Monica Richards and William Faith would not want to be pigeonholed that way. Over the years they have combined Celtic, African, ethereal, new wave, ...