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Industrial, Goth, Darkwave, Witch House, etc. general

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfe4pXZ2wGo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjlBOPLWZyw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tLF89kFe0M
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>>54875153
Well too bad my thread >>54863668 was forgotten.

This place is a shithole but i'm leaving this here to see the results.

>favorite goth album
Pornography
>favorite darkwave album
Flood
>favorite industrial album
Leichenschrei
>favorite industrial rock album
Half Machine Lip Moves
>favorite ebm album
Twitch
>favorite electro-industrial album
Too Dark Park
>favorite noise/power electronics album
God and Beast
>favorite dark ambient album
Homotopy to Marie
>favorite neofolk album
Imperium
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Bauhaus
>favorite industrial artist/band
Throbbing Gristle
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
The Litanies of Satan
>favorite genre outside /dark/
Ambient
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>>54875256

>favorite goth album

Bauhaus - Crackle

>favorite darkwave album

The Cruxshadows - Mystery of the Whisper

>favorite industrial rock album

3teeth - self-titled

>favorite ebm album

Assemblage 23 - Storm

>favorite electro-industrial album

Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park

>favorite noise/power electronics album

Don't like this genre at all

>favorite dark ambient album

Don't remember specifics but liked what I heard of Nox Arcana.

>favorite neofolk album

Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio - Cocktails, Carnage, Crucifixion and Pornography

>favorite /dark/ artist/band

AAIMON

>favorite industrial artist/band

Cabaret Voltaire

>favorite album that doesn't fit any dark genre

Not sure, everything has a label

>favorite non-/dark/ genre

Neo-80s synthwave, and some grunge rock
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>>54875153
Isn't it curious how most /dark/ music prospers in Russia these days.

Most of neighbours from my old last.fm account were all ruskies who listened to shit like harsh noise, death industrial, neofolk and other obscure shit.

And now I noticed that most classic acts from the 80s like Current 93 and Coil all provided reissues of their albums in cyrillic for their fanbase in Russia.
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>>54876426

Russia is also a popular touring destination for newer bands like Cold Cave as well
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>>54876501
Well it seems our based slav friends just happen to have nice taste
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>>54875256
>favorite goth album
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Talk About The Weather
>favorite darkwave album
Dead Can Dance - Within the Realm of a Dying Sun
>favorite industrial album
Coil - Horse Rotorvator
>favorite industrial rock album
Killing Joke - s-t
>favorite dark ambient album
Coil - A Thousand Lights in a Darkened Room
>favorite neofolk album
ROME - Flowers From Exile
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
ROME
>favorite industrial artist/band
Coil
>favorite album that doesn't fit any dark genre
Portishead - st
>favorite non-/dark/ genre
Dream Pop
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>>54877181
I'd argue that dream pop belongs here with us.

Also nice taste
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>>54875256
>favorite goth album
bauhaus - in the flat field
>favorite darkwave album
Deine Lakaien - Kasmodiah (thank you gothspammer)
>>favorite industrial album
Test Dept. - The Unacceptable Face of Freedom
>favorite industrial rock album
Author & Punisher - The Painted Army
>favorite electro-industrial album
VNV Nation - Empires
>favorite noise/power electronics album
CON-DOM - Color of a Man's Skin or Sutcliffe Jugend - Blue Rabbit
>favorite dark ambient album
Nurse With Wound - Soliloquy for Lilith
>favorite neofolk album
Rome - A Passage to Rhodesia
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Bauhaus
>favorite industrial artist/band
Author and Punisher
>>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
I don't know if this is really /dark/ but Cut Hands - Black Mamba
>favorite genre outside /dark/
contemporary bluegrass
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>>54877508
The few i heard from Cut Hands puts them in /dark/ imo. Plus it's william bennett so what could go wrong
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>>54877627
yeah it's definitely got a similar mood to a lot of /dark/ music but it's not really influenced by goth rock or industrial, is more like haitian percussion meets noise techno
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hi dark and spooky mallgoths, hope you aren't too weighed down by the chains on your tripp pants
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Does this counts?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnBVVQktcYo
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>>54875256

>Leichenschrei
>Too Dark Park
>God and Beast
>Homotopy to Marie
>Bauhaus
>Throbbing Gristle

Let's Fuck
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>>54877918
hmm bb post thee list and i'll think about it
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>>54877858
there's actually a chick at my uni who wears tripp pants and a patch jacket. she has shit taste though, its all entry level british classic rock and proto-punk
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>>54875256
>favorite goth album
Bauhaus - Mask
>favorite darkwave album
Dead Can Dance - Within the Realm of a Dying Sun
>favorite industrial album
Einstruzende Neubauten - 1/2 (Halber) Mensch
>favorite industrial rock album
n/a
>favorite ebm album
n/a
>favorite electro-industrial album
n/a
>favorite noise/power electronics album
n/a
>favorite dark ambient album
The Haxan Cloak - Excavation
>favorite neofolk album
Tenhi - Maaäet
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Bauhaus
>favorite industrial artist/band
n/a
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
Cocteau Twins - Head Over Heels
>favorite genre outside /dark/
Classical
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>favorite goth album
Christian Death - Catastrophe Ballet
>favorite darkwave album
Sisters of Mercy - Floodland
>favorite industrial album
Coil - Scatology
>favorite industrial rock album
Half Machine Lip Moves
>favorite ebm album
Nitzer Ebb - That Total Age
>favorite electro-industrial album
Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park
>favorite noise/power electronics album
NON - God and Beast
>favorite dark ambient album
Mortiis - The Stargate or any of the more ambient Coil albums
>favorite neofolk album
Death in June - Nada!
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Killing Joke
>favorite industrial artist/band
Coil
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
Not sure if Depeche Mode counts as /dark/ so: Depeche Mode - Black Celebration
>favorite genre outside /dark/
Punk, some metal.
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>>54878184

Oops meant to change favorite Industrial Rock album to: Ministry - The Land of Rape and Honey
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>>54877951

This is mine:

>>54878184

Can we bang yet?

I kind of want to bang >>54877181, too.
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>>54878248
Yes we can
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I'm sad, what's some good sad futurepop to help me wallow in my sadness?
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About fucking time we had a /darkshit/ thread. I've come pretty close to starting one because of sheer lack of them a few times recently.
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>>54878521

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57BUcxEv_yM

>mfw this is the closest I can get to knowing what that is
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>>54878531
the one in the other night was pretty successful, then i started >>54863668 and one cunt started shitposting aggro shit and hot topic-core

when i came back it was gone
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>>54878606
>knowing what that is
honestly I'm not too sure myself. I've heard bands like VNV Nation and assemblage 23 called futurepop though. afaik it's industrial synthpop but I may be wrong I don't really listen to synthpop.

thanks for the rec though
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>favorite goth album
Pornography hands down. It covers the psychological side of goth moreso than the horror film/political/transgressive imagery of a lot of other bands.
>favorite darkwave album
Closer
>favorite industrial album
Broken
>favorite industrial rock album
Mechanical Animals, especially the "Omega" songs, although it could technically be considered glam to some degree too
>favorite ebm album
Die Mensch-Maschine
>favorite electro-industrial album
Computerliebe
>favorite noise/power electronics album
I've made it before for fun but I really don't know any artists
>favorite dark ambient album
I've yet to explore dark ambient but intend to
>favorite neofolk album
The Ways Of Yore
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
The Cure
>favorite industrial artist/band
Kraftwerk
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
Road To Ruin, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
>favorite genre outside /dark/
Blues, Punk, Shoegazing, Guitar Pop
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>>54875256

>favorite goth album
First and Last and Always
>favorite darkwave album
Nada!
>favorite industrial album
Notes From Thee Underground
>favorite industrial rock album
With Teeth
>favorite ebm album
Bodypop
>favorite electro-industrial album
Burn Out at the Hydrogen Bar
>favorite noise/power electronics album
Bird Seed
>favorite dark ambient album
I dunno, Spleen and Ideal?
>favorite neofolk album
Flowers From Exile
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
maybe Current 93
>favorite industrial artist/band
NIN
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
ureshii!
>favorite genre outside /dark/
either noise rock or lolicore
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>>54878994
>kraftwerk
>industrial
You got some explaining to do mate.
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>>54878184
Depeche Mode aren't goth in a purist sense. They're dark dabblers but they're ultimately pop. They're loved by goths everywhere though and are therefore extremely welcome here.
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>>54879022
>Notes From Thee Underground
>Thee
I haven't heard it yet, but isn't it amazing how genesis leaves h/er mark in every project s/he's featured

Truly a legend.
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>>54879062
I meant Depeche Mode, although Kraftwerk are undoubtedly proto-industrial.
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>>54879136
You meant depeche mode is industrial?
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so what's everyone's favorite Depeche Mode song?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6opB3MnpYNA
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21st Century /darkshit/ I've enjoyed thoroughly thus far...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjxqYdGWjgM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3t-2_q6D12w

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLfPaC5cNds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgdnz4f_q5o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfMvymlsmvw&list=PLxv_JOjj4BisoCeNgBMddWEU9Y6yJ3z8h
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>>54879372
Me too overall I'd have to say. Granted, I've only heard their most popular albums and singles.
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>>54879136
Depeche Mode is even less industrial than Kraftwerk, and neither are particularly close to anything under the industrial umbrella.
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Whenever I think industrial I think heavy machinery creating a rhythmic effect. Turns out its really lame cyber rock or something. Can someone recommend something according to my definition?
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>>54879436
A Place to Bury Strangers are cool as hell, i remember being told to listen to one of their albums when i asked for recs similar to Pornography

I heard one song, liked it, but didn't explore their discography. I guess now's the time.
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>>54879480
Test Dept. Early Einstürzende Neubauten, Flux Information Sciences
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>>54879480
You're looking for either the boring early experimental stuff like Throbbing Gristle, or martial industrial like Laibach
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Glu9wA4HjE0
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>>54879480
you're looking for firstwave industrial, everything called industrial after that has little to do with the original genre. check out >>54879516 and
throbbing gristle
esplendor geometrico
z'ev
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>>54879497
I haven't heard much from their discography either but I remember that song from when their first album came out. I haven't heard anything that's really given me quite the same feeling as Pornography except for maybe Faith to a far lesser degree.
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>>54879575
>throbbing gristle
>boring
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>>54879516
Really digging Test Dept., thanks! I've heard Einstürzende Neubauten and didnt enjoy that they still use conventional instruments like guitars.
>>54879575
I know of Throbbing Gristle. Will check out Laibach
>>54879588
Thanks!
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>>54879640
alright, Hamburger Lady is terrifying.
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>>54879436
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiLkvuJy7kU
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>>54879588
Z'EV is a tricky one.

While some of his work is rhythmic, the most part of it it's acoustic drumming like his singles and the compilation Bust This!

And the metallic/machinery part is often abstract and noisy like Production and Decay of Spacial Relations and Salts of Heavy Metals.

If he only found a way to mix both.
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I've always loved groups like the cure, and skimming through everybody's lists has been awesome.

I've been especially enamored by grave wave and other bass and distortion driven sub genres lately.
I'd love some recs on your favourie grave/dark wave, witch house, etc.

Bonus points for stuff that infuses blues sensibilities
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>>54879887
>blues sensibilities
Nick Cave maybe?
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>>54879887
Try some Dead Can Dance:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIS8pKM_iYI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDPh9ee57aY
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>>54879946
Definitely. I hear it just a little in some Bauhaus tracks as well.
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>>54879887
Seconding Dead Can Dance. Also Lysia - Cold is great
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>>54880110
sorry Lycia
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>>54879480
>>54879772
Leichenschrei is the seminal industrial record.

It's the perfect mix of noise and metallic percussion.
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>>54879480
your description reminds me of this track but specifically at 1:06 to 1:20. if anyone knows any full tracks with machinery noises that'll be great

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgMt0yih0kw
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I've never seen my homegirl Sioux discussed or mentioned in one of these threads before quite surprisingly. Therefore I think I'll leave this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeRncfFQB64
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>>54878521
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a514ZCicCu0
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>>54879372

Shake the Disease without a doubt.
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>>54878152
>Tenhi
Got curious, heard a song by them. Very pretty.

>>54878521
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-fgrsNDAYA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43P5V0jptOw
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I've only been able to get into maybe the first two Bad Seeds albums but The Birthday Party is just the best and they count as goth in some way. Alcoholic heroin-using Old Testament Nick Cave is pretty good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvlS4BwTUQw
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>>54879946
>Nick Cave
I'll have to give him another shot. I couldn't really get behind the stuff of his I've heard.

>>54880110
>Lycia
Diggin that, thanks

>>54880053
That second track was great, the bass in the first was a little awkward, but I'm sure its just an issue in the mix.

These are great! What about some stuff with a more danceable rhythm or beat? Or maybe even a walking rhythm a la robert johnson?
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>>54880624
I should say, I love the bad seeds, theyre fucking great. But Nick is kind of mediocre a lot of the time to me. I get its his style, but flat nouveau dracula vocals aren't really what gets me off. Gotta give him some credit for (I assume) getting everyone together and directing composition, but the bad seeds definitely elevate that shit to a level nick couldn't come close to without them it seems
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Think I've been in this thread for like four days now. Forgive me I've been drinking heavily and you shits are too enthusiastic about categorizing things in this survey.
>>favorite goth album
Batastrophe
>>favorite darkwave album
wtf even is darkwave. somebody said a sisters album, somebody said like a joy division album. you know what? i don't give a shit
>>favorite industrial album
Too Dark Park
>>favorite industrial rock album
So many categories. Filth Pig
>>favorite ebm album
I'm too old for this shit
>>favorite electro-industrial album
Xorcist Bitches EP i dunno
>>favorite noise/power electronics album
too old for this too
>>favorite dark ambient album
not into it
>>favorite neofolk album
very not into it. i know who dave tibet is and don't care
>>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Super Heroines
>>favorite industrial artist/band
Snog
>>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
Guignol Demo 2014
>>favorite genre outside /dark/
grindcore
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>>54880785
Darkwave and trad goth are essentially the same tbh but darkwave is more reliant on synths a-la New Wave...I think.
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>>54880624
Let me know if these are too poppy:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQWe6y2xRzU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChdSJh14sIo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPu1uADtxcM
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>>54880785
darkwave is synthy goth rock, the guy who said jd doesn't have a clue

>i know who dave tibet is and don't care
absolutelydisgusting.jpg

>I'm too old for this shit
funny thing, cause ebm and electro-industrial are almost sister genres, including that xorcist ep


But anyway props to you for naming bands that weren't posted in the thread.
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>>54880881
I can do better when more than 10% of my brain works. Just being crotchety.
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>>54880881
Dude Closer has synths all over it. I chose that album with that fact in mind, knowing full well that darkwave is synth-centric. There are too many subgenres anyhow.
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>>54880931
Eh, been a long time since i heard it

only remember synths on the last track and colony
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>>54880931
>too many subgenres
>no industrial pop
>no martial industrial
>no industrial metal
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>>54880953
Dude really you can't call anything from before like 1983 darkwave. I'm the old crotchety drunk fuck. I'd call xymox darkwave and i've heard xorcist called darkwave believe it or not. Categorizing shit anally is not conducive to music. Musicians themselves aren't too fond of it.
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>>54881022
[spoiler]I'm just stirring shit up while I listen to a bunch of recs.[/spoiler]
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>>54881022
Really I don't know why you'd put somebody on the spot with an industrial rock category. Industrial metal for journalism and criticism purposes is pretty much anything inspired by industrial that has synth and distorted guitar and drum machines, or anything that sounds like it does, and is on every movie soundtrack from 1992-2004.
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>>54880953
>>54880991
Closer guy here again. I gravitated from shoegazing in high school to dream pop to goth, a logical progression in reverse chronology I'd say. Because I was into punk since age 12 and the Ramones are my favorite band ever, the punk-derivative first wave of goth (Bauhaus, Cure, Siouxsie, Joy Division, Specimen, Christian Death, et al) is the strain that moves me most. I am just now branching off a bit into the other subgenres after years so forgive me if certain ones are ill-defined for me. I'm mostly trying out stuff from this current decade.
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>>54881047
bracketspoilerbracketiwasjustpretendingtoberetardedbracketslashspoilerbracket
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>>54881047
Fair enough.

>>54880991
I like categorizing it, if I want to rec someone goth rock it's ok to separate gloom and doom stuff like The Cure and cheesy-spoopy, drum machine-filled stuff like Alien Sex Fiend.
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>>54881081
I'm not questioning your musical taste at all. It's perfectly fine. It's stupid to even try to put stuff like this into little boxes is the thing, not your fault.
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>>54881121
It's way messier than that, and the songwriters who lead themselves to believe it's not end up inevitably writing shitty music trying to fit in, and all too often naive kids convince themselves they like shitty music because some autist has put it in the same little pigeon hole as good music. Shadow Project could be shoved anywhere from death rock to stoner metal to trad jazz to adult contemporary depending on what verse of what track of what album you let an autistic person listen to. You're dehumanizing the artists.
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>>54881121
I see the worth of having categories but I don't know how defined the genres are and what artists fit into which ones. It doesn't seem to be very agreed upon and I think a big reason for that might be the waning popularity of goth in general. It's not taken as seriously anymore in the mainstream, not that most of us care anyway.

>>54881131
No harm done, never perceived you as questioning my preferences.
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Sorry, didn't mean to kill the thread. Have some Porl
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWciXDWiKkk
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>>54881224
Then I'll put Shadow Project as experimental rock, just like the first CD album is more raw-deathrock and the second is gloom'n'doom goth rock.

It's funny how you make a big deal over this, everyone knows that the musicians who categorize themselves as a genre are shitty (metal bands for example). But the ones who do this aren't at all conditioned by anyone, they just do it because they were after all shitty from the start.
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>>54881382
Yeah that's kind of my point. I'm a musician myself and I probably am more prone to cringing at it that a listener. Whatever, I'm not as bent out of shape as I've been sounding, just being loud and dumb.
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>>54881416
Do you have a soundcloud where people could check your stuff? (I promise, that i'll not categorize in any subgenre) ;)
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>>54877181

>Killing Joke s-t
>Industrial Rock

U wot?
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more like this? or early foetus
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>>54881466
http://atrocityandthecomplications.bandcamp.com
It's American, it's spooky, it's not metal, in my book it's death rock. some would call it goth. some would call it darkwave because there's not only a sequenced synth, but also a keyboardist. There's a little death metal going on in there too around the corners.
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>>54881525
>more like this?
I haven't listened to this yet, I suppose Flux Information Sciences - Private/Public. They're a bit similar to Test Dept.

>early foetus
Jim's music is unique, if you find something please let me know too.

P.S. I heard rumors that Raymond Watts is a foetus copycat, never checked him out, you might wanna give it a try.

>>54881529
I'll check it out. Cheers
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JG Thirlwell aka whatever the fuck else he's known as is someone I really admire, I know he's said that the only instrument he knows how to play is the studio but damn if there's one musician whose process I'd like to know about, it's him

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbXRChzPi5Y
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>>54881529
I'm liking it so far, very psychedelic sounding. Keep up the nice work.
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>favorite goth album
Delerium
>favorite darkwave album
Spirit Chaser
>favorite industrial album
Thaw
>favorite industrial rock album
Consumer Revolt
>favorite noise/power electronics album
Kesto (234.48:4)
>favorite dark ambient album
Transformalin
>favorite neofolk album
DISCriminate
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Foetus
>favorite industrial artist/band
Foetus
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
Tritonian Nash-Vegas Polyester Complex
>favorite genre outside /dark/
Whatever Negativland is, Sound Collage I guess
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Anyone have anything this depressing?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRySbKirEXY
Feel like everything in this thread isnt depressing enough. I want dead sounding vocalists!
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>>54881714
His process in what most consider his heyday involved abusing stimulants to the point of almost dying
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>>54881714
>>54881887
and taking the comedic regurgitation of trash culture far beyond what The Cramps had
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>>54881641
not a copycat, they worked together a lot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=micL8gsvD6w
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can you guys recommend songs/artists like this
Dioxyde - Geist
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4vFcPnIHl0
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>>54882131
Idk man look for that Croatian project of that guy, really handsome. He makes industrial music with ethereal synths that sound a bit like the beginning of that song but 100 better.

Cant help you with the vocals though, hate this whole aggro german aesthetical bullshit. Psyclon 9 to name one

This is my last bump. Going to bed, kinda proud my chart thing gave this thread a bit of discussion. Good night /dark/.
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Morning, /dark/,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmmspx1MLw4
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>>54881382
Carrying on this conversation with a couple more of my wits about me, Catastrophe Ballet you would still objectively have to call death rock. This wasn't really a judgement call thing in the late 70s and the 80s. Unless they were aware of each other and deliberately trying on each other's sounds, if it was from the US it was death rock, if it was from the UK it was goth rock, especially if we're talking SoCal and rural England.
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>>54883926
I would say that distinction probably lasted up to Screams for Tina and Nosferatu. Didn't really apply to the Cleopatra wave.
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>>54881079
Industrial metal: metal-themed Billboard music using electronic backing and (usually) standard thrash metal guitar practices. More self-aware than nu metal, more populist than industrial proper. KMFDM, Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, etc.

Industrial rock: no idea.
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>>54883926
Like calling an American band goth from that period would be like calling an American band K-pop now. It's a location-specific label with an objective meaning in that sense.
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Looking for a particular band.
All there songs are in finnish. i believe they are industrial metal/rock, they have a popular song translated its called "the butcher" i think. Anyone have any idea?
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>>54883926
>>54883940
>>54884102
And qualifying my position to sound not quite so extreme, Skeletal Family borrowed a few things from bands like Theatre of Ice, and you could fairly describe them as death rock if you were so inclined. The silly London bands like ASF, I don't know if I would even call them goth rock. Batcave is batcave. Then again, I'm the guy who listed a Specimen album as my favorite goth in your survey, so I dunno. There are very few bands from before the early 90s who wouldn't be at least slightly offended by being labeled goth really.
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>>54884076
Nine Inch Nails is mostly industrial rock. Young Gods can be an example also.
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Anybody wanna play "how many Stones covers can we find on youtube"?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVz114lefQs
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>>54884227
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajBHNFgEW6s
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>>54884238
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsihJFq_1aI
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>>54884251
Not a stones cover, but bumphaus
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZYoeFNoOrM
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>>54884227

I wouldn't be surprised if Cleopatra Records released an entire album of them
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>>54879497
>>54879591

I think they played where I live once a long time ago

I heard the name and thought they were an emotive hardcore band
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>>54886071
Probably. They did at least one of Bowie. Cleopatra's comps like that, that actually require studio time, always seemed really rushed and not as fun as if the bands actually wanted to do it though.
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hey guys what a dark place /mu/ is glad we can have a place where all the people who see through the bullshit and talk about the music that really matters.
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>>54879640

I like that one song that sounds like a rape scene but that's about it
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0Cftwtlho4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MxjIcM0BaM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQXHP03Mwwk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP0Nv_ivTaw
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>>54886361
One thing I've always liked about /dark/ is it's never gotten raped by payola or become flash-in-the-pan. The quality is very audience-driven, and a 20-something in 2015 can appreciate it on the same level as a 20-something did in 1985.

For that matter, a 60-something in 2015 can appreciate the new stuff the 20-somethings are making on the same level as the /dark/ in 1985.
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>>54886523

>a 60-something in 2015 can appreciate the new stuff the 20-somethings are making on the same level as the /dark/ in 1985.

Except that mid-life crisis aged /dark/ scenesters complaining about "mallgoth" or whatever the current equivalent is has long been a thing
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>>54886557
In the 90s the "mallgoth" kids were listening to flash-in-the-pan corporate shit like Slipknot.
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>>54886523
>>54886557
you guys, think of how many 60 year olds like us who were in our 20s now a days there are gonna be in like 40 years on the internet LOL!
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>>54886590
Dig up some recent Whitby pictures. That's you in 2055.
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>>54886612
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>>54886637

Glad they're still able to dress how they want at least on occasion at their age
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>>54886724
I would imagine most people over 60 can dress however they want whenever they want.
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>>54886637
>>54886724
>>54886775
Shit, that's about how I dress at clubs and I'm in my mid 30s. Beat the chicks off with a stick too.
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>>54883831
Holy shit I never heard these guys before. This is great and I'm glad they're from the US because the only genuine goth band from America that I've known of and loved so far is Christian Death.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=po1Xt0yquHU
best vocals or best vocals?
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>>54886582

Was thinking more the "elder goths" who insistently complained about "mallgoth" like The Birthday Massacre, The Cruxshadows et al. in the 2000s or Marilyn Manson in the 90s
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>>54884227
Never heard ASF's "Satisfaction" before. I love it though, especially how they turned that fuzz guitar riff into a brooding synth line. Thanks.

A lot of goth bands did covers of glam classics because that was what a lot of them grew up on as teenagers i.e. the T.Rex cover this anon posted >>54885655

Maybe we can do a glam thread one day
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who /killingjoke/ here?
their industrial stuff is off the hook.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y-a7T7S9eE
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>>54886473
DUDE THANK YOU! These are all right up my alley. Never heard them before but definitely writing them all down and looking for their albums. I love the post-punkier side of /dark/. I love you guys.
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>>54886906
This is early-mid 90s stuff. You'd probably like Screams for Tina and Like Wreckage then.
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lel so dark xD
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>>54887115
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhJZrRV5YKo
Bauhaus did Ziggy and did it as close to the original as they were capable of doing it, specifically because critics were writing them off as a Bowie knockoff at the time. Spiteful little stinkers.
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>>54887312
If the gen pop had the kind of access to music around 1996 as they do now, with the label situation and genre separation they still had then, The Wake would probably be considered meme rock at the time. They held up in hindsight. SfT and LW are a lot earlier and more authentic to what The Wake was playing with conceptually.
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is death grips /dark/
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Hello anyone got anything similar to the latest lust for youth album? Its prrtty much just straight synth pop but it sounds so modern and well produced. And those vocals.

Pls help. Most 80s isnt cutting it right now. New order is neat too I guess
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>>54887616
Old man here. I fondly remember this fat kid in a Walmart dog collar in high school. We called him Poseur Ted. He'd love DG if he was still alive today. Unfortunately he died in a memeing accident. Tragic.
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>>54887646
Lebanon Hanover?
It was like impossible for underground bands to get good production in the 80s.
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>>54887668
so yes then
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>>54887720
Honestly, I gave them a shot, and I'm really out of touch. The general quality of nldw really impressed me, but it didn't speak to me. I was fully expecting it to be and trying to convince myself it was /dark/, but not really in my opinion when all's said and done.
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>>54887699
Oh for sure. I was meaning modern bands like lust for youth which have a similar sound but with better production. Im at work right noe but ill look that bandup when im back. Cheers
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>>54887781
There's plenty of new Coldwave in France and Eastern Europe right now. You shouldn't have any trouble digging up hours of yt playlists full of newer stuff you'd like.
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>>54887756
did you listen to jimmy gibbs yet
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>>54887616

No.
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>>54887877
Just can't get into it. Don't have the time to keep trying.
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>>54887115
>Maybe we can do a glam thread one day
Haha /mu/ would shit on it so fuckin hard.
I always kind of liked glam rock, the posturing was silly, but I always felt like certain artists used it as a tool. By making themselves so over the top, they got over the importance of image and were able to give the performance they felt.

Having a hard time with you alluding the stones were glam rock. Jagger was a showman, but the stones as a band never really got glam in my eyes. Especially not while they were doing their best work
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>>54875449
> 3Teeth
DEM WHISPER SCREAMS (You know he just kinda whispers through compression and distortion live, right? )

Also, the band is more sound design than songwriting. You want a band that was similar, but a million times better? Listen to 16 Volt's "Skin" album.
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>>54887931
alright well fuck you mallgoths then, i'm out. enjoy listening to memepop like the cure.
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Anyone else /dressnormally/ here? I never liked wearing black so much. Which is odd because of how much I adore 80s gothic post punk shit
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>>54887999

Already own the Best of 16volt album

This is what the singer is doing now:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s98piV1YLN8
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>>54888008
>>54887935
>>54887931
>>54887877
And like don't get me wrong, I'm not quick to write anything off. I actively try to enjoy things and understand them and give them huge chances. DG is fucking good at what they're doing, and some elements of it would be a good influence on new /dark/ if somebody wanted to take it that direction, but in and of itself, it's just not.
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>>54888035
Then how the hell can you enjoy such a cynically put together band like 3Teeth? They're just some wankers from LA that found the Zalgo font several years too late and constantly post pseudo-political conspiracy bullshit.
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>>54888073

I enjoy their blunt, stupid, anti-intellectual edge
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>>54888089
Fair enough, but it just baffles me why all of these mediocre throwback "industrial" folks are getting attention. Like, why bother listening to 3teeth when there's 16volt...why bother listening to Youth Code when Mentallo & The Fixer and early wumpscut records are still readily available? Why bother listening to Pharmakon when there's NON's God & Beast?
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>>54888191

I was with you until NON

Anything with Boyd Rice's name attached to it is always some form of obnoxious garbage or another
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>>54888215
Yeah, his philosophy is edgy but his music is still pretty good. The sound design on God And Beast is fucking wicked.
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>>54886947
I was in highschool in the 90s and we complained about the Marilyn Manson kids. The problem with them was that they were just content with whatever edgy shit was on MTV and never thought to dig deeper for music that spoke to them instead of sold them shit. They were another animal not worth anybody's time.
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>>54879497
Ego death!!
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>>54888353
And furthermore, they inevitably snubbed "chill hippie shit" if you tried to show them something going on at the time like Switchblade Symphony or Big Electric Cat, and would move on to ICP and Korn and Slipknot, eventually give up, fuck some trailer trash and shit out five kids and drop out of school.
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>favorite goth album
Burning From The Inside, or The Sky's Gone Out
>favorite darkwave album
Clan of Xymox
>favorite industrial album
NAIL
>favorite industrial rock album
Dirtdish
>favorite ebm album
Tyranny <For You>
>favorite electro-industrial album
Last Rights
>favorite noise/power electronics album
Sutcliffe Jugend's "Blue Rabbit"
>favorite dark ambient album
I haven't listened to Dark Ambient in awhile, so I forget.
>favorite neofolk album
But What Ends When Symbols Shatter?
>favorite /dark/ artist/band
Bauhaus
>favorite industrial artist/band
Throbbing Gristle
>favorite album that doesn't fit in any dark genre
Fuyuki Yamakawa - Blackwater Vision Quest
>favorite genre outside /dark/
Pretty much anything experimental. Other favorite artists include Catherine Ribeiro, Scott Walker, Nico, , and the like.
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I've been gay for TR/ST (Trust) since they started, does /dark/ have any recs for stuff in a similar vein?

http://youtu.be/CuiKeaqERTU
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>>54878521
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFsCA6MJVTg
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am I dark enough?

I'm into black metal, indie, experimental, industrial and death metal, including:
Sun Devoured Earth, Crywank, Duster, Carissa's Wierd, Have a Nice Life, Swans, Sun Kil Moon, Low, The Smiths, Placebo, Joy Division, Lifelover, Red House Painters, Whitehouse, Grouper, Escape the Day, Spokane, Atrax Morgue, the cherry icees, Manic Street Preachers, Sun City Girls, Slowdive, Mütiilation, Throbbing Gristle, The Cure, Dystopia, Current 93, Skinny Puppy, Radiohead, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Acid Bath, My Bloody Valentine, SPK, The Angelic Process, Artillery, I Hate Myself, Einstürzende Neubauten, Charles Manson, Bedhead, Christian Death, Brighter Death Now, The Ruins of Beverast, Asylum Party, Coil, Kreator, Morpheus Descends, The Chameleons, David Bowie, Ghost Mice, Discharge.

Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/metaldiscussor
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What genre would you call the fall? I fucking love them. Whats your favourite album by them? As much as I love hex I think live at the witch trials is better
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>>54888877

post-punk
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>>54888832

I'm your biggest fan pls giv me some modern dark synthy stuff pls metaldiscussor I lov u
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>>54887983
I don't think anybody's really saying the Stones were glam. They just had practically as much influence on 70s and 80s /dark/ as the entire genre of glam did somehow, evidenced in the amount of covers.
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Daily reminder Courtney Love was stealing from /dark/ decades before eating Brian Weiner's makeup in bed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=811ZxuhgWl4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw2FGh8tvxI
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>>54889112
and for that matter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so1vG6q-RFI
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>>54888942
try trust. synthy stuff isn't really my forte though.
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I think there's also a modern synthy band called lust for youth and lebanon hanover. I don't really like them much at all though. they could be what you're looking for though. I wish I was into more synthy music.
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>>54889187
>a .. band called ["]lust for youth and lebanon hanover["]
If you meant to phrase it this way, you're doing it wrong.
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>>54889307
oh no! he used the singular phrasing for a plural description! what are we gonna do!!??
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>>54889398
Well, it'd be easier for whoever is receiving this rec if they were aware that they are two separate bands, and if we can be sure whether we assumed the above poster thought they were a single band with a very long, very trademark unsavvy name, one who know how much to trust the above poster's opinion and have an easier time finding the recommended band or bands.
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>>54889487
wow, i forgot how to into english
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Smoke break
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eSB10OtT00
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>>54889487
I posted this mess of a tirade, and will be the first to admit it was the most hypocritical case of grammar nazi behavior I have ever personally encountered, and would like to offer a formal apology. Have some Children on Stun as a peace offering.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkZEJbYzOEo
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Anybody like The Vanishing? One of that small handful of gothy bands to come out of the dark age between 1998 and 2012.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUsAMC1aoSw
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skGk3s4zMfw
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Hey synthy guys, does stuff like this do it for you?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-6Amz642Ks
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>>54890458

Yes.
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>>54890501
Tell me hot or cold and I'll keep posting recs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGm1kz4E0Ws
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>>54890531
This subgenre isn't exactly my area of expertise, but I am a club DJ and have a decent pile of it in my library. Shouldn't be too hard to steer me toward something I know about you'd be really into.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxhkQbfA0fI
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>>54890737
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ5CKSgT32Y
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>>54890788
Just let me know if it's getting better or worse.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWPGUlKr8T8
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>>54890813
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_AtIbq_U7I
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>>54890844
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LaYj4CzjWo
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>>54890872
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rfxf8PQi5B4
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>>54890899
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suN-TBGCHDY
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TT thread gotta stay alive.

Bump with the goth rock band Dreams In Hell from Cincinnati, Ohio:

https://dreamsinhell.bandcamp.com/
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>>54891908
I know you.
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>>54891908
>>54892147
Lexington, KY here. We booked DiH for Ritual IV last May. Great show.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvK0H7hAVl0
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>>54892147
You maybe know someone from Dreams In Hell. I doubt that you know me, though. Maybe we aren't even living on the same continent.
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>>54892404
Fair enough.
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>>54887151
KJ are super fucking consistant
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bumphaus
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44-OubTdPFE
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>>54893259
I cry every time.
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>>54893408
Try it on beat up old vinyl out of the flea market $2 bin, pitch and tempo pulsating rhythmically, gentle popping gradually putting you to sleep, hoping you don't wake up.
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>>54888353
>>54888441
Nailed it.

>>54886947
You're talking about the trenchcoat mafia. Goths, like punks, are suprisingly social and know what edgy manson drones do to the culture.
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>>54893510
They make us all look stupid
They make us look insane.
I hate it when a shaven head
is absent of a brain.
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>>54893806
Between them and confused teens who are trying to trade their allowance for an identity, I see why the look died.

Speaking of posers, what does anon see /dark/ as?

I don't see it as a fashion statement or an identity, but more an ethic or an occasionally shared value.
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>>54893869
Little bit of each column, mostly just a sensibility. Maybe this is stretching it, but the more I get out the more it starts to look almost like a gender in the tumblr sense.
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Who /hype/ here?
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>>54893869
>>54893932
And the older I get, the more I shy away from wanting to downplay the fashion end of things too. There are undertones of consumerism there, yeah, but it does mean something.

At least where I'm from, anybody showing up in "the uniform" (for the sake of argument, something like jnco jeans and a fishnet shirt for guys, plain little black dress and knee boots for girls), they stand out just as much as somebody showing up in jeans and a T-shirt as not really knowing what they're doing. Dressing how you feel, especially if the outward result is a little outrageous and expensive, just shows you're thick-skinned enough to not mind letting everybody know who you are, and smart and responsible enough to design and buy that shit.
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>>54894126
I mean this is a little scene in BFE I'm talking about, and it's a hell of a fashion show. There's a tiny older guy, ridiculously muscular, just wears like wrestling boots and velvet tights, no shirt, and he owns it. Other nights he'll show up in a mourning dress. Another guy dresses kinda steampunk, but has figured out how to take androgyny full-circle and end up hypermasculine. Another guy wears a long women's skirt and a bondage top kinda like Pinhead. The girls go from Wednesday to fairy dresses to flyboy-type outfits with riding boots over aviator pants. Everybody's so different, but you know you're in the right place immediately, and you can tell who'd be worth hanging out with and who's just there to be seen pretty reliably.
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Postpunk, synth & industrial influenced Argentinian band Mueran Humanos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63lnRC1c7vY
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>>54894126
I didn't intend to downplay the fashion, just the image entirely as fashion statement like you see when some ridiculously underage underage is in the wrong full regalia at the wrong place and time. Or 'the uniform".

>>54893932
I can see that, especially with all the tism and drama that creeps in.
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>>54881518
Their most recent s-t is industrial rock I would say
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