Tag Archives: gothic

The Exploding Boy – Run Red Video

Post-punk, alternative, dark indie rock, dark wave, gothic, dark dance – The Exploding Boy have been called all of them at some point, but the important thing is they have a new single out, ‘Run Red‘,  with an accompanying lyric video that you can watch right here at Ramzine. ‘Run Red‘ is taken from Alarms! the Swedish band’s new album ...

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LOVELORN DOLLS — Darker Ages

Lovelorn Dolls – Darker Ages | Album Review

The Lovelorn Dolls are a Belgian Gothic rock group with a feminine facade, founded by the guitarist Bernard Daubresse aka Corpus Christi and the singer & composer from “Skeptical Minds” ie Kristell Lowagie aka Ladyhell. Their sound consists of thick guitar riffs, deafening melodies, perfectly executed synthesizer sequences and the characteristic voice of Kristell. If you can imagine Marilyn Manson ...

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The Dead XIII release single ‘Lay Siege To Hell’

Manchester quintet The Dead XIII marked the horror of Halloween with the release of new single ‘Lay Siege To Hell‘ along with lyric video. Bringing an old school rock n’roll attitude with a fresh from the graveyard look and a thirst for riffs, they waste no time in fun and festivities of the horror season after just finishing a small ...

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Darkyra Black – Dragon Tears

Lands of ice and snow are where we typically think female fronted symphonic gothic metal music is spawn, but it’s to sunnier climes we must cast our ears for Darkyra Black’s debut ‘Dragon Tears’. Darkyra herself is based in Australia, while the nucleus of her band appear to be from Greece, for after connecting with Garry King who’s drummed for ...

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Cold In Berlin ‘…And Yet’ Album Review

Punk and Goth. Not your everyday combination nevertheless the direction that London based 4-peice Cold in Berlin have taken in their stride across today’s metal scene. Their well received debut album Give Me Walls was immensely well received,  and it even gained Artrocker’s Album of the Month for December of 2010. On the success of Give Me Walls, Cold in ...

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