Elitists: The Cancer in Every Subculture [ARTICLE]
Feb15

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.

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Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: Prozak [INTERVIEW]
Feb01

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)…

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Gorilla Voltage: Gods & Claws [ALBUM REVIEW]
Jan25

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.

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Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: Alla Xul Elu (A.X.E.) [INTERVIEW]
Jan04

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.

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Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: The Anix [INTERVIEW]
Dec28

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.

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Lana Blac: Nocturnal [ALBUM REVIEW]
Nov23

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.

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Crazy Fat Ethel [INDIE FILM REVIEW]
Oct12

Crazy Fat Ethel [INDIE FILM REVIEW]

Weighing in at about 300 lbs, Ethel Janoski won’t allow anyone to stand in the way of her glutinous appetite, even if it means killing! After years in a mental institution, Ethel is taken in by her aunt. Many people, including the head nurse of the institution and a local detective, believe letting Ethel leave that hospital was a huge mistake.

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ScareFest Rebirth: 11th Annual ScareFest [EVENT GALLERY]
Sep21

ScareFest Rebirth: 11th Annual ScareFest [EVENT GALLERY]

ScareFest Rebirth marks the 11th annual ScareFest, the famed horror/paranormal convention held in Lexington, KY.  This year’s extra special guest was none other than Cassandra Peterson aka Elvira.  Fans and cosplayers from around the country gathered together once again to meet their favorite celebrities, musicians and paranormal investigators.  We got some of our best pictures yet.

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Tetragrammaton [ALBUM REVIEW]
Sep14

Tetragrammaton [ALBUM REVIEW]

From the southern US and Finland, Temple of Perdition was formed in 2017 with one sole purpose: To bring the listener into the black mire of the void while reflecting upon the portrait of their existence. They have managed to bring a variety of styles and sounds into a heavy mix of doom, Gothic, symphonic and atmospheric black metal that is sure to appease an array of different listeners. Tetragrammaton is the band’s debut album, and even before its release it’s already gained much attention from the scene, especially from certain Christians who are condemning it for “Satanic imagery” and “q

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Anomaly 88 [ALBUM REVIEW]
Sep05

Anomaly 88 [ALBUM REVIEW]

The Underground Avengers, or UGA, is a rap supergroup made up of underground favorites Bukshot, Claas and Boondox. First formed as a project in 2012 the group released a self-titled EP; no real intentions of releasing anything else. However, after a surprise concert earlier this year the group received recognition and was signed to Majik Ninja Entertainment. Anomaly 88 is UGA’s first album on MNE.

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