Daren “Klank” Diolosa first hit the scene in 1995 with the release of Still Suffering. Starting as a one man band Klank later became a full band which adopted his name. Rise is the fifth studio album from the group and the newest material to come out since 2012.
Wait, what?! A horrorcore rap review on a Goth webzine? Yeah well, horrorcore rap has been one of my loves for almost twenty years, and I think it would be somewhat dishonest of me to not review at least one album, and what better album to review than Twiztid’s latest release: The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s (pronounced “life’s question marks”), especially since I’ve met quite a few Goths who are fans of them. This is the duo’s eleventh studio album to date, and their second studio album since leaving Psychopathic Records and beginning their own label, Majik Ninja Entertainment.
Taryn Barker isn’t your typical Goth girl; she not only believes in the supernatural, she hunts it down. Blaming herself for her sister’s death, she wants the killer(s) brought to justice. With the “help” of a demonic entity she’s given the power to avenge her sister’s death. But once she is arrested administering justice, a detective’s daughter becomes the victim of the demons. Taryn must take up her sword and destroy the darkness before it consumes both her and Detective Ray’s daughter.
The authors of Green Screen Made Easy take us into the world of special effects found in filmmaking and photography. Not only do you learn how it’s done, but you learn how to do it yourself using easy, affordable methods while still retaining visual quality.
Most industrial music lovers are familiar with Klayton and his work. He is the musical mastermind behind such projects as Circle of Dust, Argyle Park, Celldweller, and most recently Scandroid. Following his resurgence of Circle of Dust and the re-release of previous material I hoped to get a chance to talk with him; my hopes were not in vain!