Sulpher are: Monti: Drums, Programming
Rob Holliday: Guitars, Vocals
Mud: Live Bass Monti and Rob used to play together in a band called Curve around 2000. That’s the start of it all. The musical interests and influences seemed to fit - so they came together as Sulpher. The first album, Spray, was launched on 2002. Since then Rob Holliday has gone on to perform and record with the likes of Gary Numan, Marilyn Manson and The Prodigy. Now they are working in the upcoming album "Delete".
Sulpher are: Monti: Drums, Programming
Lisa Gerrard (born April 12, 1961) is an Irish-Australian musician, singer and composer who gained international renown as part of the music group Dead Can Dance together with Brendan Perry. Her career spans from 1981 to the present, and she has been involved in a wide range of projects. Gerrard received a Golden Globe award and her score for the 2000 film Gladiator received an Academy Award nomination. She both sings and is instrumentalist for much of her work, most prolifically using the yangqin (a Chinese hammered dulcimer).
With their drum-machine-powered, infectious fuzzed-out goth, Black Math bring to mind the Jesus and Mary Chain (or, if you ask them, Siouxsie and the Banshees), but with more layers to pick apart. Xina’s vocals float like the open sky above dark clouds, and she plays the cello! Jimmy’s synth and sharp drum patterns bring a shadowy dark-wave element, while Andrew’s wall-of-sound guitar harkens back to the aforementioned 1980s shoegazers.
For more than 30 years Anne Clark has held a unique place in contemporary music.
Combining literary, socially engaged texts with innovative and genre-breaking music, she has covered every kind of style, while at the same time maintaining her own identity on each and every recording, whether it be the samples (before sampling became a concept) and electronically treated acoustics of The Sitting Room (1982), to the ground-breaking analogue synth classics of Sleeper In Metropolis (1983) and Our Darkness (1984).
There are several artists performing as The House of Usher: 1) The House of Usher is a gothic rock band from Germany.
2) The House of Usher was a German techno act.
3) House of Usher was a Swedish death metal band.
4) House of Usher is a symphonic progressive rock band from Detroit. 1) The House of Usher is often referred to as the “last" Goth rock band from Germany, the same country that unleashed doomsayers Xmal Deutschland in the ‘80s.
Joy Division were a post-punk band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom. The band dissolved in May 1980 after the suicide of its lead singer, Ian Curtis. Much of their popularity/reputation arguably resulted from frequent playings on air by iconic DJ John Peel, but it is easy now to overlook the impact that the first album, Unknown Pleasures, had on post-punk music at the time, as reference the number of prominent bands that cited this album as an influence.
Freshly born NYC synth driven trio featuring Aviram & Peter of Soiled Mattress & The Springs and Ethan Swan formerly of Emergency and several other projects.
Bella Morte (Italian for "beautiful death") is a gothic band that was formed in 1996 in Charlottesville, Virginia by Andy Deane and Gopal Metro. Their music incorporates elements of metal, darkwave, deathrock, alternative, and synthpop. By combining electronics, graveyard ballads, emotive storytelling and unique guitar riffs, Bella Morte have developed a style that is solely their own, which is aided by the talents of Andy Deane, who studied opera for five years to strengthen his vocal capabilities.
White Ring is a dark, trance-inspired duo. Formed in the mid-2000s, White Ring began to emerge sometime in the middle of 2008. White Ring's releases include a split with oOoOO. Soon, the band will release an EP on Disaro, which includes Roses, Suffocation, We Rot, Chain My Crib, IxC999, and a few more unreleased tracks.