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Elitists: The Cancer in Every Subculture [ARTICLE]

“You’re not Goth because…” Take your pick: Because you like a particular band/genre, because of your personal religious beliefs, because your aesthetics aren’t “Goth enough,” or even because you don’t know the entire history of the subculture. Whatever the case may be, if you’ve ever been told this or even said it yourself, congratulations. You’ve had an encounter with one of the most annoying, self-righteous pricks in the scene: The elitist.

Karen St. Claire: DarkestGoth Visits NAMM Convention 2019 [ARTICLE/VIDEO]

DarkestGoth Girl 2019, Karen St. Claire, receives a DarkestGoth Magazine press pass for NAMM Coverage 2019. Featuring some of the Greatest Goth Music Artists ever…with songs like Close My Eyes Forever, a Lita Ford and Ozzy Osbourne duet, Don’t Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult, and Man in the Box by Alice in Chains, it was a pleasure to be there!… and…. for all of you in MusiCares, the opportunity to continue the signature recipe series continues. Special thanks to Kahler, Peavey, and NAMM for bringing it all together! “Who the f*ck is Neil Zlozower?” Lol!

Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: Prozak [INTERVIEW]

At the beginning of this year Rev. Leviathan attended Twiztid’s Holiday Hangover Weekend, and while he was there he had the opportunity to speak with rap artist/paranormal investigator, Prozak (The Hitchcock of Hip-Hop)…

Gorilla Voltage: Gods & Claws [ALBUM REVIEW]

Previously known as The Damn Dirty Apes, Gorilla Voltage (consisting of the members ClockworC and Mr. Grey) hit the underground hip-hop scene hard with their debut album Ape-X, released in 2017. After an EP, re-release of Damn Dirty Apes material, and a compilation of “Lost Tapes,” fans were much anticipating their sophomore LP, Gods & Claws.

Karen St. Claire: Necromancing The Throne [VIDEO ANNOUNCEMENT]

Darkest Goth Magazine’s 2019 New Year’s Day Spokesmodel Inauguration. Vamplified recording artist, Karen St. Claire takes the reigns for one full year of “Necromancing the Throne’.” Stay tuned for more are

Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: Alla Xul Elu (A.X.E.) [INTERVIEW]

Alla Xul Elu, or A.X.E. for short, is a horrorcore rap group from Ohio, consisting of three members: Billy Obey, Joe Black, and Lee Carver. At AXEmas 3 in Dayton this year, I was lucky enough to pull them aside for a few minutes, and needless to say it was just as I expected.

Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: The Anix [INTERVIEW]

Recently I had the pleasure of conversing with Brandon Smith, the mastermind behind the electronic rock project, The Anix. This year he signed to FiXT Music and released his newest studio album Shadow_Movement.

Karen St. Claire: Paranormal Research Public Records [SPOKESMODEL GALLERY]

Dedicated to St. Roch, patron saint of healing against the plague and in this case during the Louisiana yellow fever epidemic… this cemetery, chapel and shrine is located off the beaten path in a quiet little area about 10 minutes outside of the French Quarter. At the paranormal division of the historical registry in New Orleans, it is noted that there are ‘sightings’ of a female sanguinary templar vampire that roams the area. She appears in human form and then vanishes into thin air. Caught on instant camera, a timeframe spanning from 1947 to 1961, she appears again and again…

FireflyReign: Broken [MODEL GALLERY]

Adventures are fun. Especially when you find places to take photos.  Like broken rocks from some old building.

Glory Days (Book Review)

Peter Aloysha Aaron is a young man desperately trying to find himself. Born illegitimately in Russia, Peter can’t remember his early years, except by terrible nightmares that plague him and lure him back into a terrible trauma that he has no real memory of – trauma inflicted while he and his mother were held prisoner by the Germans. Rescued by his father at a young age, Peter was then raised in Hollywood with all of the glamour and extravagance that came with the Hollywood scene.

Lana Blac: Nocturnal [ALBUM REVIEW]

I was completely unfamiliar with Lana Blac until I saw her perform at Fright Fest 15. After an awesome performance she hooked me up with a t shirt and CD. Drawing musical inspiration from Gothic metal and shock rock, the vampiress has hit the scene hard, heavy and bloody with her debut album, Nocturnal.