Willow smith has just released her newest album titled “lately I feel EVERYTHING.” In this album Willow experiments with the genre of pop-punk and alternative rock mixing in some pop, R&B, and rap. This album features a few other alternative artists such as Travis barker and the famous 2000s sensation …Read More »
Fire, Fetish, and Passion: An Interview With Nancy Anne.
Fire Dancer. Writer. Industrial DJ. Model. Fetish Goddess. Exotic Dancer. These are all talents of the incredibly diverse, multi-skilled Salt Lake City resident Nancy Anne. Readers of Carpe Nocturne might know her better as Sonnett57. Local Utah residents might know her better as DJ Mistress Nancy. No matter you call …Read More »
Petals and Thorns – The Broken Mirror
“The Broken Mirror” is the debut album from Cleveland based duo Petals and Thorns. The CD is eight tracks of metal meets chilling ambiance, with just a touch of Goth-Cabaret thrown in. The closest I can compare Petals and Thorns to is Darling Violetta meets Sirenia, although some might disagree. …Read More »
Japanese Gothic: Sounds of the Invasion – Aural Vampire
What happens when a vampire vocalist meets a mysterious serial killer sound producer? Although this may seem like a hypothetical question, it has already been answered. Enter the energetic dark sounds of the extremely charismatic band Aural Vampire. Although known to the world mostly for their chic, Anime and Lolita …Read More »
Devil-M: Revenge of the Antichrist CD Review
Get ready for some heavy food for your metal ears with a classical instrumental touch that will leave you begging for more. Revenge of the Antichrist has a very unique sound. Each track on the album is interesting and enticing. Some bands in this Genre of music can get repetitive …Read More »
Overcoming the Odds with Leæther Strip
One rarely get the chance to interview someone who has been making Industrial music for over 26 years especially, someone as busy as Claus Larsen. His one man project Leæther Strip is one of the busiest in the industry right now, and he is also one of the most loved. …Read More »
Steam-Powering the World
When we talk music, Steampunk is a relatively new genre to the game. Barely more than a decade old, it has entrenched itself in the imaginations of a growing subculture throughout North America, England, and is now spreading throughout Europe. The curious thing, Steampunk doesn’t have any real defining characteristics …Read More »
Guns and Roses: Dirty, Gritty and a Band Everyone Liked!
Do we really need to go into the depth of Axl’s childhood? Or who Slash is? We all know GnR, and if you don’t, then you need to be schooled. Goth or not, we all know Goth is relative and there are people who listen to things other than VNV. …Read More »
Atomzero – Symbiosis (European Special Edition) CD Review
A little bit VNV Nation, a little bit Nine Inch Nails and a whole lot to say. That’s Canadian EBM group Atomzero. Their debut special edition album Symbiosis was released through AnalogueTrash Records in the UK and Europe this past December. Symbiosis is filled with apocalyptic future-pop that would entice …Read More »
The Looking Glass Society – Ashbury Heights CD Review
Swedish synthpop band Ashbury Heights is finally back after a five year hiatus with their new album The Looking Glass Society and it’s packed full of just as much imagination as anything Lewis Carroll could come up with. This album is decidedly more pop than anything else Ashbury Heights has …Read More »
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