Posts Tagged ‘Gothic’

Wave Gothic Meetup in Leipzig, Germany

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So I’m a baby bat and I’m mtf i need help finding a like gothic feminine name for myself

I’m still looking for names that will fit me the only names i can think of are, Gwen,iris,Lilith and jade I do like Lilith as the name but I’m still thinking about what name fits me so I thought i would ask the goth community

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Heavy gothic rock bands ?

So i discovered metal music a year ago and I was quite attracted to it pretty fast so now I'm starting to get interested in gothic and darker music and I'm looking for something atmospheric and melancholic but I also want it to be quite heavy whether it's in the drums or the atmosphere and i prefer bands that are pretty known.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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What is the most “gothic” song you have ever heard ?

So im new to gothic music i'm baby bat or whatever you call it lol but i already can see the diffrent in gothic rock songs some more upbeat some more dark in their sound.

Honestly i never thought this is how gothic music is gonna sound i thought it will be more dark in the lyrics and more heavy but i like it anyway and i like to discover.

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Advice on learning how to sing in a more “gothic” voice (I guess)

I really like how Sean Brennan sings. It’s androgynous.

I don’t know much about singing but I think I’m like a baritone or something but I can’t really get my voice that low or that high.

Edit: also sorry if this is a stupid question but I’m stupid and therefore must act such

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Woman-Fronted Gothic Rock (NOT Darkwave or Deathrock?)

The nicher, the better!! Don't get me wrong, I adore darkwave, etherealwave and deathrock, but it seems that's all I can find when it comes to female vocalists.

Here are some bands/artists I love. Some might accidentally be darkwave because I'm a babybat. Ones in bold I especially like:

Die Laughing, Skeletal Family, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Autumn, Inkubus Sukkubus, Mephisto Walz, Faith and the Muse, Solemn Novena, Mors Syphilitica, Cemetary Siren, Xmal Deutschland, The Shroud, The Eden House, Switchblade Symphony

Male-fronted bands I especially like that I hope to find a female ver of are: London After Midnight, Praise Of Folly, The Cure, Rosetta Stone, Sanguis et Cinis, Fear Cult, Joy Division, Draconian Incubus, Nyx Divison & Bella Morte <33

Thanks to anyone who recommends me my new favourite band or artist in advance!!

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I don’t dress goth but I listen to gothic music

Hi lol. This is just a random post but I find this to be kind of funny.

I love gothic things soo much. Literature, art, music fashion, architecture, are just a few things that I like. I love to paint gothic things. I painted a portrait of Siouxsie Sioux using water colors. And last year when I graduated middle school, my dad bought me tickets for him and I to go see The Cure. It was so much fun! For my birthday he also bought me their greatest hits album on vinyl. But something interesting is that I don’t really dress gothic. Occasionally, I will. But for the most part I don’t. I don’t think even some of my friends know that I listen to goth music 😂. I just find it funny

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Is gothic literature a part of the subculture still?

So this is something I’ve been perplexed about for awhile, so Ik the subculture was founded on music and that, but I feel like there’s not much emphasis on gothic literature all that much, at least not anymore.

My uncle said literature was just as important as the music in the 90’s, but it feels like we’ve all kind of forgotten about it these days. I mean, I got into the subculture from gothic literature, and it’s been around for WAY longer than the music, so why don’t we ever talk about it?

Surely being goth has SOMETHING to do do with influence of gothic horror stories? Listening to the music is fine, but it’s literally the bare minimum of how to be goth, and of this rich subculture full of mixes and mingling of so many different influences (seeing as how the music is so widespread in genres) and doesn’t the literature capture that too?

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a gothic black guy

just a random pic a friend took of me on a random winter night

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Most obscure gothic rock bands?

Please list the most obscure or underground gothic rock band you know of (whether you enjoy their music or not). Perhaps even suggest your own music if you have made some! 😄

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