Articles tagged gothic rock

The Cure: Ranking the Albums From 13 to 1

With their first tour in years, now is the perfect time to review the sterling catalog of one of the most substantive and influential bands of the last 40 years.

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The Great Tyrant: The Trouble With Being Born

The final album from the guitarless trio combined doom metal trappings with Mike Patton-style anything goes weirdness.

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Gláss - “Glass(-accent)” (audio) (premiere)

Gothic post-punk meets surf rock on this searing new track.

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The Lovely Intangibles: Tomorrow Is Never

The Lovely Intangibles deliver haunting beauty on their first album, Tomorrow Is Never.

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Fade Away Slow: An Interview with Tamaryn

When a musician describes one of her tracks as "an early Madonna song if it was produced by My Bloody Valentine", you know you're in for something special.

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Stern - “Your Level Best” (audio) (premiere)

Call it what you will, but the Brooklyn band has created one surreal, dark record.

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21 Aug 2013 // 11:05 PM

Lycia: Quiet Moments

It's not often a band comes back from a long hiatus with anything approaching its best work, but with Quiet Moments Lycia has returned with a beautiful and blissful release.

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Engulfed in Dark Waves: Lycia’s ‘Cold’

Darkwave luminary Lycia had its 1996 album, Cold, issued on LP for the first time recently, and with the band's first full-length in a decade due for release in August, Cold's reappearance is a timely reminder of Lycia's legacy in the sphere of bewitchingly mournful music. 

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Ancient VVisdom: A Godlike Inferno

A Godlike Inferno is proof that gothic rock doesn't have to be complicated to be enjoyable.

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6 Apr 2010 // 10:00 PM

Dommin: Love Is Gone

These new gothic rockers show a lot of promise, and with some work on their sound, they can definitely achieve greatness.

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Independent Film Festival Boston 2016: 'The Anthropologist'

// Short Ends and Leader

"Spry and crisp, The Anthropologist is a solid documentary that avoids bearing the weight of the austere pessimism surrounding climate change.

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