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In the Midwest soon and wanna see some great dark music? Catch The Cult Sounds at some upcoming dates (more to come)

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Some more art and two additions to my last post!

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Recommendations for some trippy or psychedelic goth songs?

Please Help 🙂 Gotta expand my playlist.

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Took some photos before Clan of Xymox concert

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I could use some specific music suggestions.

I'm probably going to come off as a snob here, but when it comes to my musical tastes, I am indeed a bit of a snob, so bear with me, I'm not judging anyone's tastes.

For the most part, I like music with meaningful lyrics that tell a story – that's one of the reasons I love The Cure so much. The old classics – Bauhaus, SoM, Siouxsie, Fields of the Nephilim and so forth – most of their songs tell a story. I like music that just sounds good and has a beat you can dance to as much as the next guy, but I need more than that.

Recently, I checked out a few of the newer bands I see mentioned here – She Past Away, in particular – and I honestly wasn't impressed. The melodies were repetitive and the lyrics were kind of inane – just sp00ky words repeated. It was enjoyable enough, but I would quickly get bored with it without some more variety.

I would love to explore more goth music from the 2000s to now, so given everything I've written here, what would you recommend? TIA.

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Found some old flair pins of mine, thought I’d share.

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What are some actual goth bands that have a doom-ey sound like HIM’s Love Metal or That Band That Shall Not Be Named On This Sub?

Yes I know they aren’t actual/proper/true goth and more like goth metal but whatever. Looking for either more specifically like that or “actual” goth with similar sound. Specifically the super dark and heavy bass and the super deep almost droning male lead vocals. And the low key auto tune shit TO- does with the vocals in some songs

I’m not really a goth or at least I don’t think of myself as one but I will say this stuff is my jam once November swings around. It’s so fitting for when all the green turns to brown and it gets dark earlier. And smoking a cigarette to this music in the depths of winter on a full moon? The world lit up by the moonlight off snow as the world is like frozen in glass? Chills

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what are some goth bands you find underrated?

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Some band recommendations?

I’ve been into goth music for a few years, but I’m not as familiar with the genre as I am with something like post-hardcore, and I’d like some new groups to check out!

I like heavier stuff, so bands that don’t fit perfectly into the goth subgenre but still have elements of goth music are fine with me, too.

My favorite goth/goth adjacent groups are: – The Cure (mostly the Disintegration album) – Darling Violetta – Cocteau Twins – Lacuna Coil

Thank you!

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Made myself some badges. Well I just printed pictures and glued them to some old bagdes I found. I like them though and thought you guys would appreciate it! ( The SoM one is bad.. will re-do it someday)

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