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Features Something wicked this way comes: Inside California’s rising darkwave scene

There’s something dark brewing in California, but why? We investigate the new wave of goth and darkwave enveloping the Golden State…

Features How 10 Of Rock's Most Beloved Subgenres Have Evolved

We break down our most cherished music scenes by how they started, how they changed unexpectedly, and how their legacy lives on today.

Features The 10 Sexiest Type O Negative Songs

On the anniversary of Bloody Kisses’ release, we rank the 10 most panty-dropping songs Type O Negative ever wrote.

Features The 30 Greatest Songs About Vampires

In honour of World Dracula Day, we count down the 30 vampiric songs that suck the hardest

Features How The Lost Boys brought goth out of the shadows

We look back at how The Lost Boys and its soundtrack put goth culture in the spotlight.

Features Listen To This: 5 Songs You Need To Hear Right Now (March 30, 2020)

Progressive metal, spooky death rock, and Korean metalcore make up this week’s crop of fresh new tunes.

Features As A Goth, I'm Secretly Loving Quarantine

Most people seem to be upset about having to stay inside – but for an introverted misanthrope, this is paradise.

The News My Dying Bride’s 10 Most Emotionally Devastating Songs, by Frontman Aaron Stainthorpe

My Dying Bride vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe reveals the band’s ten songs that gut him completely.

Features How Austin, Texas, Is Becoming A Hub Of Goth And Vampire Culture

America’s city of bats has become a focal point for the children of the night.

The News Watch Evanescence's Fiery Video For Their Cover Of Fleetwood Mac's The Chain

The video for Evanescence’s Fleetwood Mac cover is a smoke-drenched blast of anguish.

Features How Danny Elfman made goths love Christmas

The Oscar-nominated composer talks about writing the game-changing music behind The Nightmare Before Christmas.

The News Brume's New Album Is A Shadowy Slab Of Goth Psych Rock

Exclusive: Every song on the new album by stoner-goth trio Brume will make you ache for more.