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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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When did goths start calling themselves goths?

When did the word appear for the first time? (Referring to the subculture). Was it already around during the 80's?

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Wound – Calling My Name

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When can I start calling myself goth?

I started listening to goth rock a few weeks ago when a friend I made at college played it for me. So far I really like a lot of the music I’ve checked out.

I’ve also begun looking into the history of the goth subculture, how it originated, the clubs, lifestyle, etc. Although I’m definitely going to do some more in depth research in the future.

I’m still developing my style, I wouldn’t say it’s a goth style per se but it’s definitely a darker aesthetic.

Here’s the music I’ve listened to so far: Alien Sex Fiend Fields of the Nephilim Clan of Xymox Skinny Puppy Sisters of Mercy Sopor Aeternus Depeche Mode (not sure if Depeche Mode counts)

So is it too early to call myself goth?

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Bands Calling Themselves Goth That Aren’t Goth

Hello r/goth!

Long time lurker, not much of a speaker, decided to finally make a newer account and talk. I'm deaf and goth, and I have a very confusing and oddly specific issue. I love goth music (Switchblade Symphony, Clan of Xymox, The Merry Thoughts, Horror Vacui, to name a few), but sometimes I see bands name themselves goth and I don't actually know if that's true, since I can't hear. My enjoyment of music is purely physical, so my ability to understand whether or not a band is goth is limited. However, the bands that I'm drawn to as well as the community tends to be goth. I hope that makes sense, but I can elaborate more if there's questions.

So I suppose I'm wondering, how do you know a band is goth or not? Is there some sort of specific rhythm/feel that identifies them that I could tell apart?

Example: Ludovico Technique. I enjoy his music a lot and he calls himself goth, but I've seen people say that he isn't, though I'm not sure what the genre is.

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