goth songs about vampires

does anyone know of any goth songs that have lyrics about vampires? i'm trying to create a themed playlist and would appreciate any help

i only have these so far:

45 grave – riboflavin

selofan – billie was a vampire

paralysed age – bloodsucker

bauhaus – bela lugosi's dead

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The Bellwether Syndicate & Then Comes Silence on Tour this august.

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Does anyone here know/have the lyrics to Ease by Suspiria?

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band recommendations?

I really like she wants revenge and sisters of mercy. Can anyone give me recommendations with the same vibes as those bands? Please and thank you 🙂

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Calling all Chicago goths, fans of horror punk and death rock my band Eve Black are having a show at liar’s club on June 3rd and we’ll be playing with Darker Days and Evelyn’s casket you should come it’s gonna be a good one

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Being goth in the Early 2000s wasn’t easy

I noticed nostalgia is moving toward the early 2000s lately, and while it's good to explore and discuss a lot of really good goth music and positive aspects of the subculture and scene memories from this time, on the other hand, I have to say if you into the music and subculture then while it was happening, it wasn't always an easy time for everyone for the following reasons especially when compared to a certain periods in 90s and 2010s-present.

-Loads of increasing misinformation from every corner; tv shows, questionable books, and overwhelming amount of poor or mediocre internet articles. For some reason it seemed more than other periods.

-There was much more of a limit on what you could find online, in terms of music and band info and music via filesharing and video content.

-Very conservative time and lots of homophobic and vulgar language was extremely normalized and could be frequently used towards anyone that was goth.

-Lots of people conflated industrial bands with goth. Too many people appropriating goth at the same time (cybergoth, mall goths etc)

-Right after Columbine and few years after, dressing goth, depending where you lived, increased your chance of getting physically assaulted compared to other periods, labeled as a potential shooter, sent to a school therapist, totally harassed non-stop etc

-Also less easy to find DIY guides compared to today and other periods.

What do you remember?

There are tons of positive things about this period. The point here is just to have honest discussion about how things were for some people into goth.

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Happy late word goth day 💀🥀🖤☠👻🦇

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what is the last goth song you have listened to?

I'm trying to expand my playlist

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Batboner – Boogie Bat (2020) (deathrock)

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Virgin Prunes – Baby Turns Blue

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