Have you heard them? Are they any good?rumblefist wrote:Since 1986 that these guys are doing this :
http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/San ... onio/31265
Yeah I found that one song too, it would indeed be interesting to hear early demos instead!rumblefist wrote:Never listened the old demos - which might be interesting if it has enough Metal moments.
The new stuff is ordinary in my opinion. Common vampyr stuff as usual. But in Europe everyone knows how big the german and italian gothic scenes are... wouldn't be surprised if most of european bands of this type of sound come from these 2 countries... - at least the "best" (???) :
Thanks a lot for your contributions and interest in the topic Ra!Ra Pariah wrote:What a great topic! I dig all the suggestions I didn't know and listened to. This genre is underrated, yet it has some powerful compositions to show, for sure. I think the following track by Agony Column bears the gothic aura of Fields of the Nephilim, hence it's definitely Gothic Metal.
Saviour Machine have already been mentioned, but just let me remind the existence of a superb demo of theirs, back in 1990. Eternal gem of this sound:
??Avenger wrote:Pretty loose criteria if what classifies a band as "gothic" is lyrical content.
Anacrusis?MechaBarbarian wrote:??Avenger wrote:Pretty loose criteria if what classifies a band as "gothic" is lyrical content.
What are you referring to? I've stated before in this thread that I'm not looking for bands with gothic horror lyrics, but rather early bands influenced by Gothic Rock and Post-punk.
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