In the year 2012, Satan faces declining popularity and certain defeat at the hands of thee reinvigorated Christian Militia. As the final days before the apocalypse tick down, Satan makes a last ditch effort to win the war for evil. He sends back his favorite band of psychotic, LSD-soaked, metaphysically amorphous androids to recruit kids for the dark side through space, drugs, and rock and roll. That band is known as thee mighty, electric Blood Beach.
Punk Rock from Scotland. Influenced by bands such as Minor Threat, Calabrese, The Misfits, Zombina & the Skeletones, The Distillers & The Cramps. We have just put out our new CD City of the Dead which is available at our shows and online. The Terrors started in June 2008 the line-up then was Tina, Scott & Callum. After recording our frist demo cd 'Disasters Only Get Worse' things started to pick up fast and in 2009 Michael joined as the second guitarist and they recorded their first full length album 'City of the Dead' in which Fraser Murderburger played drums until Raph joined...
Formed in London in 2001, The Ghost of Lemora have risen to the top of the pile in UK alternative scene with a heady mix of glam, post-punk and dark rock. Since their debut album, "Reach For The Ground", in 2004. The band have built a sizable following with headline slots at Camden Underworld, The Spitz, and countless venues across the country. Support slots include The Damned, The Gathering, Clan of Xymox and labelmates Inkubus Sukkubus. "Dread the Day" and "To the Gods that Walk Amongst Us" proved to be huge dancefloor hits in Germany which led to successful European live dates.
Be afraid of The Rabies, be very afraid... The sweet and syrupy powerful vocals of Lexi Lawsuit (often compared to Siouxsie Sioux), combined with catchy yet haunting guitar melodies, spooky keyboards, and the steady throbbing rhythmic percussion...it's horror pop cabaret that packs a punch. Hailing from the underbelly of Buffalo NY, The Rabies emerged in 2003 and acquired a faithful following, all claiming to have been "infected" by the new buzz. With their concoction of punk, new wave, goth, and in-you-face rock-n-roll, The Rabies aren't here for a campfire sing along.
There have been at least 3 bands called The Wake, including a Scottish post-punk band, an American goth band and a Finnish death metal band. 1. The Wake were a Scottish post punk and later indie pop band, founded in Glasgow in 1981 by Gerard “Caesar” McInulty (formerly of Altered Images), Steven Allen and Joe Donnelly, who was later replaced by Bobby Gillespie. Steven’s sister Carolyn Allen soon joined, and remained in the band until its end.
Several bands go by the name The Plague: 1) 1960's garageband from Canada, known for the song 'face of time'. 2) 1970's Art/Rock band from New Zealand: In 1977 Richard von Sturmer returned from England, according to The Mechanics Of Popular Music "charged with the new punk movement that flourished there. He assembled a troupe of 'actors' and they rehearsed a series of theatre/music pieces revolving around his poetry and showmanship. The called themselves The Plague." They used material from Inside Information; songs such as Frank Gill's An Idiot and Private Property.
UPDATE: Die Laughing reformed in 2012 to celebrate their 20th Anniversary. On the 8th May it was announced that Die Laughing would be touring with The March Violets on a selection of key UK dates in June 2012, before beginning work on a new album. More information:
History Die Laughing are mainly remembered for their input to the 90s Goth scene but their roots go much further back into the 1980s.
There are more than one artist that use the name "Black Ice": a No Wave / experimental / gothic band, a gangsta hip-hop group formed by Iced-T and Black Silver, a Hungarian rapper, as well as a Rapper/Poet, a soul and funk unit from the US and a jug band from Kentucky, circa 1920. 1) No Wave / experimental / gothic
Black Ice (straight outta Oakland, California) was formed in 1999 by members of the legendary Phantom Limbs, Stevenson Sedgwick and Skot Brown.
There are at least two bands by the name Tombstones. See also: The Tombstones. 1) A doom metal/stoner rock band from Oslo, Norway.
2) A death metal band from the US. 1) Tombstones consist of three men from the darkest of woods in eastern Norway. Based in Oslo, music has been played since 2006. Their new album, Year of the Burial, redefines their formula of down-tuned heaviness. Their doom is darker, filthier, heavier and more consistent. The sinister approach of Year of the Burial sends shivers of cold down your spine, and takes you back to the evil priests of ancient times.