post em, /mu/
a new nature is kinda goth rock, not sure if it qualifies
tbh, female singers are pretty rare unless you include ethereal wave or neoclassical darkwave. check out projekt records for some more of that shit, if you're into it
i'm currently on a post punk kick. one band i just found out about (flower for agatha)
can't find a link for dl anywhere though.
what happened with this band, they were good, but I can't find out any info about them.
also, currently listening Joy Division a lot.
I've always assumed that TSoM operated with tongue firmly in cheek so I dunno the cheese wasn't a big problem for me.
Ah Patricia Morrison, my gothic queen of the night. One of many.
I've never heard of that band before they sound good though. Their EP isn't even on what.cd. You would like Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Talk About The Weather.
The whole album isn't on YouTube but I found this song
If you're interested I can upload it to Mega
Off the top of my head
Joy Division - Closer, Unknown Pleasures
Wire - 154
The Pop Group - Y
The Chameleons - What Does Anything Mean? Basically
The Astronauts - Peter Pan Hits the Suburbs
The Fall - Hex Enduction Hour
Mass - Labour of Love
Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
Magazine - Real Life
Public Image Limited - Metal Box
This Heat - Deceit
I want to get into more deathrock, what's stuff I should listen to besides Christian Death?
>home from college for winter break
>moping around in my room, listening to goth rock
>grandma knocks on my door
>oh boy, here we go
>she asks what I'm listening to and tells me how good it is
>mfw my 70-something-year-old grandma gave me props for listening to Siouxsie and the Banshees
Blasting some Tinderbox right now and feeling great about it.
Here we go
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Talk About the Weather
>Post-punk, gothic rock
The first 8 tracks were on the original release and the others are bonus tracks
Alien Sex Fiend, Super Heroines, and Cinema Strange are favorites of mine.
Some other shit you might like if you're into deathrock:
This is all perfect, especially Super Heroines and Cinema Strange, thanks.
Another picture of Rozz Williams because he was nice to look at.
Can /dark/ help me into goth rock and then neo-folk. I've been stranded at the edge for so long, but I can't handle the cheese of gothic stuff. I can handle the Cure and Joy Division, I've downloaded a lot from this thread, but I'm curious if anyone can help me better into it all.
I'm not very good with Gothic rock but I'm really into neofolk at the moment.
Gothic rock albums:
The Cure - Disintegration, Pornography
Sister of Mercy - First and Last and Always
Siouxsie and The Banshees - Juju
And maybe also Joy Division - Closer if you've never heard much post punk in general
Neofolk albums to listen to are:
Current 93 - All The Pretty Little Horses
ROME - Flowers of Exile
The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath a Cloud - Amara Tanta Tyri
Nature and Organisation - Beauty Reaps the Blood of Solitude
In Gowan Ring - Hazel Steps Through a Weathered Home
Tenhi - Maaaet
Death in June - But What Ends When The Symbols Shatter?
Thanks, dude. I've been trying to get into Siouxsie for awhile, I'll check that album out. My editor has mentioned a couple of those neofolk artists, I'll take a look.
Also since I'm here, let me post a good band that's so goth that you guys probably never heard of them
I hope all you 4chan and tumblr kids add this to your list of edgy bands to pose to. Have fun!