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Late happy goth day! Here’s me playing at WGT witg Batboner

(I’m the drummer)

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For goths in Europe : Kælan Mikla Summer Tour 2024 (late May to late June), most dates in support of Chelsea Wolfe (Countries: AT – BE – CZ – DE – EE – FR – LT – LV – NL – NO – PL – SE – SK )

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Is it too late?.

Hi everyone, most likely this post will look like a whine, but I hope someone responds. I'm 20 years old, and I'm graduating from university this year, and I'll be 21 in a few months. I spent all my teenage time at home in the rhythm of home school. I became interested in the Gothic subculture relatively recently, but everything is limited exclusively to reading about it on the Internet, listening to music and communicating with Goths on the same Internet. Deep down, I want to party and move from the internet to the real world, but sometimes it feels like it's too late.. Looking at people who are 18.19 years old, it becomes sad that at their age they have so many interesting things, and I started getting involved in it so late.. Do I need to come to terms with this, or is it not too late?

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Late ’90s-2000s darkwave: a lost era in Goth scene history?

I got into the Goth scene in the mid-2000s, and my first exposure came in the form of artists on the Dancing Ferret label – The Cruxshadows, Ego Likeness, ThouShaltNot, and The Last Dance were the sacred standbys of my peer group who were first discovering the Dark Arts, so to speak. The Where's Neil When You Need Him? tribute album is perhaps the most representative sample of the scene and era.

I notice however that this period and this section of the Goth music kingdom is ignored by Goth historians: Lol Tolhurst ignores it in his recent Goth: A History, jumping between '90s Depeche Mode and 2010s-2020s post-punk revival.

Goth Music: From Sound to Subculture by Elferen and Weinstock mostly focuses on Industrial and Death Rock, and largely acts under the assumption that this era and corner of the Goth scene never existed.

Would it be inaccurate to say that these artists, neglected by historians of Goth music/subculture, constitute the Goth scene's lost years?

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My aunt, her friends,and then other concert goers awaiting tonsee skinny puppy late 80s

My aunt, her friends,and then other concert goers awaiting tonsee skinny puppy late 80s

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Looking for info about a band called Saber Wraith (late ’90s/early ’00s)

I've only seen a few details about them here and there; they released a single called 'Egypt' and had a track called 'Every Good Man' on the New Alternatives Five comp. Any details (or music!) would be greatly appreciated. Cheers!

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Lowlife (late 80s possibly) left to right: Will, Craig, Grant, Stuart

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virgin prunes – the moon looked down and laughed. such an underrated and slightly campy late 70’s/80’s band

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Wanted to give fashion Friday a shot! My aesthetic is “Goth, but make it pink!” Been inspired by Switchblade Symphony as of late! :3

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posting late for diy Wednesday D: had to share this hair clip i made a couple weeks back tho

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