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Remember when goth gatherings existed? Wax nostalgic no more! You are cordially invited to join us at my estate in the woods. Dress yourself in your most comfortable finery, pour your favorite beverage and watch out for the candelabras. As we sit around our ornately carved table dripping in crushed velvet as we discuss Marilyn Manson, Big Dick Goth…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1992 Albums: Wings of Joy, Cranes The Marble Index, Nico At journey's end, our doom-laden dreamers contemplate the fate of goth at the passing of its first golden age. With the big names gone or ploughing very different furrows, how did the faithful keep the flame of darkness burning? By creating a club scene and by forming their …
 
There's no bones about it, Dr.Sanders and Cameron take a trip to visit the family...The Skeletal Family. Specifically the era of the band with singer Anne Marie Hurst. They were "promised" a lot with these records and they hope their efforts aren't "futile". They examine the albums Burning Oil (1984), Futile Combat (1985), and the compilation Etern…
 
Today’s episode - we present to you the enigmatic and iconic Klaus Nomi. Video References – Klaus Nomi and the Lime Tart: https://youtu.be/NMO6kNNRor8 His debut at the New Wave Vaudeville at Irving Plaza: https://youtu.be/cqWa2Zbitss The Nomi Song Documentary: https://youtu.be/NySeTvdNtEw His final performance: https://youtu.be/TnkVgKzKPt8…
 
On this possession-filled episode, Dr.Sanders and Cameron are visited by three movies that lurk in the shadows. The Exorcist and the two sequels it spawned vary wildly in quality, but just may hold some great surprises for those who decide to venture into their worlds. Can you survive these horrific reviews of The Exorcist (1973), The Exorcist II: …
 
Dr.Sanders and Cameron take a look at what the Misfits had going on in the 90's and early 2000's. With the addition of singer Michale Graves and a series of new albums, what could possibly go wrong? They look at the albums American Psycho (1997), Evilive II (1998), Famous Monsters (1999), and Cuts from the Crypt (2001). There's a lot of controversy…
 
In this fast and frightening episode of GothCast, Dr.Sanders and Cameron take a look at the beginning of Danzig's career as well as the birth of an entire music genre when they put the Misfits under the microscope. Horror punk may not be strictly goth music, but it's certainly spooky and loved by many in the scene. They examine the albums Static Ag…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1992 Albums: Wings of Joy, Cranes The Marble Index, Nico Finally, our misbegotten heroes arrive at their final podcast, calling upon a special guest to help them explore the fate of goth and alternative in the 1990s. Stuart collaborated with both Nick and Simon in their far-from-legendary bands, and went on to rack up a tour of du…
 
Bryan, Dr.Sanders, and guest star Cameron join together the derelict pieces of their scattered opinions to creature a horrific episode focusing on three different adaptations of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. This time we have the 1931 Universal classic Frankenstein, the 1957 Hammer Horror masterpiece The Curse of Frankenstein...and that one from the…
 
We’ve got a nice blend of Industrial Rock and Goth Rock this month, making for a very high-energy show. From metal-tinged tracks by Circle of Dust and Pitchshifter to unique takes on love songs from Panzer AG and She Wants Revenge, there’s a lot here to enjoy! Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to arcanemachinepodcast@gmail.com! The Arcane…
 
Greetings Darklings. This week, Ken and Collin got the chance to talk to Matt Fanale, best known for his participation in bands like Caustic and Klack, about the most recent Caustic album, "A Succession Of Repetitive Beats". The trio also talks about pandemic life for musicians with young kids, the excitement of live streaming shows, spill the Goth…
 
This month we take a look at the rarely discussed but ever present subsection of goths who have been in the military. We’ll explore individualism, violence, and yes, politics. Our guests for this episode are Esmeralda and Dusty of the band Vision Video. If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon!…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1991 Albums: Odds 'n' sods, one-hit wonders, outliers & honourable mentions Continuing their grab-bag of oddities and outlier tracks, our diminutive weirdos hold up Flesh for Lulu, Leonard Cohen and, dare I say it, even a track by Ultravox for special mention. In the stories of their lives, the year of 1991 saw dreams begin to fad…
 
This month, Arcane Machine celebrates two milestones: our 1 year anniversary, and the close of one of the most terrifying years in modern history. It’s been a crazy journey! Fortunately, while there’s a lot of 2020 content we’d like to forget, there was also a ton of incredible music put forth by goth and industrial artists. So starting an Arcane M…
 
The last chapter of Arcane Machine year one is upon us! Being December and all, our hosts have attempted to bring a little holiday doom-and-gloom to an already strange winter season. We’ve got the next entry in our Ministry timeline, as well as a few industrial bangers from bands like 16Volt, Neuroticfish, and and Martin Atkins. Have a safe and ble…
 
Greetings Darklings across the interwebs. In this week's interview, we had the pleasure of talking with Rodney Orpheus from The Cassandra Complex. Rodney reveals his legendary past, amuses with amazing stories of encounters with other celebrities, breaks down the problems with modern-day politics, and so much more. Thumbnail Photography Credit: Dan…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1991 Albums: odds 'n' sods - one hit wonders, outliers and honourable mentions Our trad-goth raggedy men turn their attention to that miscellany of one-off favourites that helped complete their constellation of beloved goth and alternative tracks. From unsigned bands with nothing to lose, to uncharacteristically dark offerings fro…
 
For our last episode of the year, we chat about some favourites released this year. Karlův Týn - https://giantwaves1.bandcamp.com/album/ Ye Gods -https://liesrecords.bandcamp.com/album/dumah Houses of Heaven - https://housesofheaven.bandcamp.com/album/silent-places M‡яc▲ll▲ - https://mcll.bandcamp.com/album/chiral Dead Born Babies - https://deadbor…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1990 Albums: Love, The Cult Les Mystere de Voix Bulgares (4AD compilation) Our nocturnal seekers of solace turn their thoughts to two very different albums, one a reverb-drenched rock-inflected anthemic classic, one an otherworldly choral journey thru the strangest recesses of the human soul. Along the way they find a (more or les…
 
This episode contains shenanigans. We had a delightful chat with Clint Jerome of Blood Bells about his band, his DJ livestreams, goth in Texas, and buying music. https://bloodbells.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/gh0ul_whip/ Songs featured: Hollow Eyes by Red Lorry Yellow Lorry Secret by Blood Bells Westerners by Boy Harsher…
 
The last chapter of Arcane Machine year one is upon us! Being December and all, our hosts have attempted to bring a little holiday doom-and-gloom to an already strange winter season. We’ve got the next entry in our Ministry timeline, as well as a few industrial bangers from bands like 16Volt, Neuroticfish, and and Martin Atkins. Have a safe and ble…
 
Greetings Darklings! In this week's interview, Ken and Collin got the awesome opportunity to talk with Der Prosector, the electro-punk/industrial four-piece that recently dropped their single "Car Bomb" and remixes. Together via Zoom, the group talks about punk rock pasts, nerdy stuff like DC comics and sports, as well as what to expect from the gr…
 
In this episode, we discuss a biological phenomenon that has been mistaken for a supernatural experience for hundreds of years. People of the past believed demons, witches, or spirits were sitting on their chests while they slept, crushing them, but today this experience is known as sleep paralysis, and it's far more common than previously thought.…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1990 Albums: Love, The Cult Les Mystere de Voix Bulgares (4AD Compilation) As a decade comes to a close, Nick's band plays their biggest London gig, but on the other side of the mountaintop a painful descent awaits. Simon heads back to his hometown for a year out, finds himself a soul-crushing job in the infamous hive of drudgery …
 
You're lying if you think goths don't love drama, and as everyone has been preoccupied with staying alive this year, there certainly has there been a lack of drama. So what does the goth cabal do when the scene gets a bit dull? We make the drama! Prepare your bathole The Gothquisition is back to rip the poseurs again! Our Gothquisitioners are as fo…
 
While the debate of what qualifies as goth will be forever debated on the internet, there are various genres that qualify as goth adjacent and could certainly fit into a dark music lover's collection. One of us may have been a little tipsy and a little rambly, too, so apologies in advance! Music mentioned: Camouflage - One Fine Day https://www.disc…
 
We have a lot of love for Chicago, and beyond Wax Trax, we highlight several bands from the Windy City in this episode. Recommended viewing: Industrial Accident—The Story of Wax Trax! Records https://www.waxtraxrecords.com/v-a-industrial-accident-the-story-of-wax--34015748.html The History of Industrial Music - Chicago documentary https://www.youtu…
 
Horror Addicts Episode# 191 SEASON 15 **Holiday Ghost Story Special** Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich Intro Music by: Russell Holbrook ——————— **Holiday Ghost Story Special** Dedicated to our long-time listener Jeff. Here you go, buddy! http://traffic.libsyn.com/horroraddicts/HorrorAddicts191.mp3 Find all articles and interviews at: http://www.horrora…
 
Greetings Darklings. This week, Ken, Collin, and Katy had the enormous pleasure to chat with Raymond Watts about the upcoming PIG album, "Pain is God." The crew takes a deep dive with Raymond into the persona of PIG, the pains of releasing an album during a pandemic, amazing tour stories from the beforetimes, and so much more. Thumbnail Photo credi…
 
Bloodletting is an ancient treatment that persisted until the 18th century. One of the techniques used to let blood were leeches, blood-sucking worms. In this episode, we discuss both the history of bloodletting and these fascinating yet creepy creatures. Become a Patron: bit.ly/morbidpatron Buy Us a Book: bit.ly/morbidwishlist…
 
Year: 1989 Albums: Dawnrazor, Fields of the Nephilim Radio Ethiopia, Patti Smith Group Patti Smith's revolutionary rock is in the air, as is the smell of Nick cooking bacon in Simon's vegetarian-only frying pan, this week. We discover how our weedy heroes found their dream flat in Camden High Street, only for it to be plunged into darkness and nigh…
 
Themes of religion, apocalypse, and dark sci-fi manifest themselves in this month’s playlist, with songs from Slovenian performance artists Laibach, some absolute classics from Ministry and The Sisters of Mercy, and some brand-new goth rock from Motuvius Rex. All that, plus a few more tracks we think you’ll love. Please enjoy! Big thanks to LonelyA…
 
One of the most common types of magic in the ancient Graeco-Roman world were curses. These binding spells were placed on special tablets & figurines that have since been unearthed by archaeologists. In this episode, we discuss these curse tablets, & how they were made & used. Become a Patron: bit.ly/morbidpatron Buy us a Book: bit.ly/morbidwishlist…
 
On this episode, we chat with DJs Arcanus & Motia of Xiled Radio about their show, DJing online, music we love and Convergence in Boston. Music mentions: https://ahcama-sotz.bandcamp.com/album/new-skin-for-old-tribals https://crystalgeometry.bandcamp.com/track/agent-orange https://bedlessbones.bandcamp.com/album/after-malaise https://witchofthevale…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1989 Albums: Dawnrazor, Fields of the Nephilim Radio Ethiopia, Patti Smith Group A divine 'derangement of the senses' was the order of the day, and Simon and Nick went about the task with true dedication. Moving into a flat across the road from the legendary Camden Palace club in London, heady days of smoke, noise, intense discuss…
 
This month we are looking at the ever shifting spaces goths inhabit, reifying their ritualistic, embodied bringing forth of identity into the world around us. The future of these spaces is now forever changed as the current pandemic robs us of our sacred curated temples to goth. We also review the new album from The Funeral Medieval, share our Sini…
 
On this episode, we take a look at the iconic Bela Lugosi. In his portrayal of Dracula, he defined the aesthetic and demeanor of vampires for generations to come, and as goths and horror fans, why not talk about the actor immortalized by Bauhaus? Our podcast background soundtrack includes Romanian folk from Béla Bartók, Schubert’s Unfinished Sympho…
 
October is upon us, and that means it’s time to get a little more spooky than usual! Is that even possible? Anyways, we’ve included a few tracks on this month’s podcast that really creep us out, along with some dancefloor classics by Ministry, Peter Murphy, Spahn Ranch, and more. Big thanks to Skylla Kaiju for this chapter’s listener submission. Se…
 
Horror Addicts Episode# 190 SEASON 15 “Cursed, Cubed” Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich with guests Star, Mercy Hollow, and R.L. Merrill Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe ——————— 3 hr Halloween Special! nicole givens kurtz | jack mangan | frank h. woodward | selah janel | shadow fashion | frankenstein chronicles | http://traffic.libsyn.com/horroraddicts/H…
 
Greetings Darklings! In this week's edition of the Sounds and Shadows Podcast, Ken and Katy interview Zach Pliska and Emily Sturm about their latest album, "Vampyre Villa". This interview features the video for Vazum's song, "Schema," off the album "Vampyre Villa". Vazum: https://vazum.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: @VAZUMROCKS Instagram: @Vazum_Rocks…
 
On March 31, 1922, an entire family and their maid were murdered in their home, an isolated farmstead in Bavaria, Germany, known as Hinterkaifeck. The killer has never been discovered, and a web of mystery has been woven around the incident since it occurred. In this episode we discuss the case, the suspects, and try to separate fact from fiction. …
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1988 Albums: Dark Adapted Eye, Danielle Dax The Serpent's Egg, Dead Can Dance From a glorified shed on an allotment in Brighton, UK, our simpering heroes try to make the best of life during the pandemic, getting straight into the featured albums - Nick experiences his first spiritual flight via the haunting melodies and choral maj…
 
Horror Addicts Episode# 189 SEASON 15 “Cursed, Cubed” Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe ——————— david mark stashko | lucifer fulci | insidious the last key, 2018 http://traffic.libsyn.com/horroraddicts/HorrorAddicts189.mp3 Find all articles and interviews at: http://www.horroraddicts.net 28 days till Halloween/Halloween N…
 
Greetings Darklings! In this week's edition of the Sounds and Shadows Podcast, Ken and Katy interview Caroline Blind about her debut solo album. The crew reminisces about Sunshine Blind, discusses everything that went into the new album "The Spell Between," and talks about what everyone can look forward to in the future with Caroline.…
 
In the past, tsantsas, or shrunken heads, were made by the Shuar people of Ecuador and Peru. These ritual items were part of a complex system of power among the Shuar, but were later traded to fascinated Westerners for guns and other metal goods. In this episode, we discuss the Shuar, how tsantsas were made, and how trade in tsantsas impacted the W…
 
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