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Angelspit: Bang Operative

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Angelspit: Bang Operative

Band/Artist: Angelspit Release House: Black Pill Red Pill Genre: Industrial/EBM/Electropunk One Sentence Synopsis:  Eighth studio album from a cybergoth favorite Series: Standalone Single/EP/Album: Album Release Date: 9-9-2019 Running Time: 51 Min MSRP: $13.00 Discount Link: Click Here Website: Click Here Sample/Music Video: Click Here Purchase Site: Click Here Reviewed by: Reverend Leviathan Final Score: 5.0 Moons (Out of 5.0) Formed in 2004 and originally from Australia, Angelspit combines elements of industrial, EBM, horror, punk and...

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Candlemass: The Door to Doom [ALBUM REVIEW]

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Candlemass: The Door to Doom [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Candlemass Release House: Napalm Records Genre: Doom Metal One Sentence Synopsis: Candlemass reunites with Johan Langquist (Epicus Doomicus Metallicus) for more epic doom metal! Series: Standalone Single/EP/Album: Album Release Date: 2-22-19 Running Time: 48 Min MSRP: $12.99 Discount Link: Click Here Website: Click Here Sample/Music Video: Click Here Purchase Site: Click Here Reviewed by: Reverend Leviathan Final Score: 4.5 Moons (Out of 5.0) Six years after the release of Psalms for the Dead, doom metal pioneers Candlemass...

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Exposing Skeletons with Rev. Leviathan: Kung Fu Vampire

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Exposing Skeletons with Rev. Leviathan: Kung Fu Vampire

Rev. Leviathan interviews underground hip-hop artist, Kung Fu Vampire (KFV), who recently released “Come Dawn,” which has been praised by fans as his greatest record. When Goths mention rappers they actually enjoy, the three names we at DGM hear most are Ghostemane, Kung Fu Vampire, and Twiztid. If you’re unfamiliar with KFV, check him out!   Special Thanks to Bukshot, and Danny Hunter (Out Jogging Pictures) for the ORBS...

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Kung Fu Vampire: Come Dawn [ALBUM REVIEW]

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Kung Fu Vampire: Come Dawn [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Kung Fu Vampire Release House: Ultra Violet Entertainment Genre: Rap/Hip-hop One Sentence Synopsis: The long anticipated album since KFV’s last release, Look Alive (2016) Series: Standalone Single/EP/Album: Album Release Date: 8-30-2019 Running Time: 49 Min MSRP: $8.99 Discount Link: Click Here Website: Click Here Sample/Music Video: Click Here Purchase Site: Click Here Reviewed by: Reverend Leviathan Final Score: 5.0 Moons (Out of 5.0) Kung Fu Vampire (KFV) is a rapper from San Jose, California.   Known for his style of classic...

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Disko Anksiyete [ALBUM REVIEW]

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Disko Anksiyete [ALBUM REVIEW]

Disko Anksiyete takes one back to the 80’s in more ways than just one. In addition to a hefty Sisters of Mercy influence, there is a very strong new wave influence, e.g. A Flock of Seagulls and Nena. The album does not, however, recycle old material. She Past Away keeps the old elements sounding new and fresh and relevant, as well as insanely dance-able.

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Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: Flock To Murder [INTERVIEW]

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Exposing Skeletons with Reverend Leviathan: Flock To Murder [INTERVIEW]

Kentucky underground hip-hop duo, Flock To Murder, speaks with Rev. Leviathan about their new album, Gehenna (available here!), their influences and history, and playing the Gathering of the Juggalos.  

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Wisborg: From the Cradle to the Coffin [ALBUM REVIEW]

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Wisborg: From the Cradle to the Coffin [ALBUM REVIEW]

Wisborg actually delivers a “gothic” project that would make sense being grouped with the early greats like the Sisters of Mercy and Fields of the Nephilim – and that with a front man under 25! Classic goth-rock, also called post-punk, is bass-driven but Wisborg achieves the effect by playing the low strings on heavily distorted electric guitars and/or with keyboards rather than a bass guitar. The former often gives the sound a metal feel. The depth and complexity in this record does not resemble the top-40-quality opuses so often ground out by many…

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The Dark Passenger [USER VIDEO]

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The Dark Passenger [USER VIDEO]

A dark wiccan ride share driver tales her accounts of abusive, entitle riders who harass and belittle her while taking those clients on their journey. In the end she always gets her spiritual revenge. Film has just released on Amazon Prime!

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KAREN ST. CLAIRE: VAMPLIFIED Awards Acceptance Speech [PRESS RELEASE]

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KAREN ST. CLAIRE: VAMPLIFIED Awards Acceptance Speech [PRESS RELEASE]

The Akademia Awards asked Vamplified to come forth this year and give an awards acceptance speech. Last year “Skeleton Keys” won an award in instrumental music. Vamplified’s rock ballad, “Quicksand” also made it to the #1 chart position for both Hot XM and Star 100 Radio. Karen St. Claire, president of Vamplified speaks candidly about The Akademia. Winning in instrumental music she adds a surprising twist into the speech as she sings a diddly, acapella style from a 20 year recollection. This year she won an “Executive Award” in Rock.

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Twiztid: Generation Nightmare [ALBUM REVIEW]

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Twiztid: Generation Nightmare [ALBUM REVIEW]

Underground hip-hop duo Twiztid spent a year preparing their fans for the release of Generation Nightmare. With a number of singles hitting the digital media outlets, Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child showed their fans just how versatile they can be, and announced to the world that “we are the nightmare children.”

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