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Goth-Rock « Cool Album of the Day

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Ghost B.C. ‘Infestissumam’

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Infestissumam / Per Aspera Ad Inferi” by Ghost B.C. It’s not Spinal Tap during their “Stonehenge” phase, however Ghost B.C.’s satanic metal church music offers a theatrical twist (a la Tap’s “Henge”) unseen in rock music for many years. The stage fills with thick plumes of white smoke while the sound of Latin liturgical chanting fills the air. Out of the haze emerge five group members wearing hooded robes, their faces obscured by masks. The band members, known as Nameless Ghouls, represent one of five elements; fire, water, wind, earth and ether. Their robes are adorned with a different symbol for each element, and their brand of rock is the chunkiest,...

The Cure Play 43 Song Show in Sydney. Three Albums Are Covered in Their Entirety.

Posted 02 Jun 2011 in Alt-Rock, Goth-Rock, Music + TV News

The annual Vivid Live Festival is still going strong in Sydney Australia, but they’ll have a hard time matching the excitement of May 31st. Not only did the Cure show up, but they treated their ‘Down Under’ fans to a 44 song set. They played their first three albums, from 1979-81 in their entirety along with a tasty encore. The covered their first three albums,Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds, and Faith albums completely. We have the set lists below. This is the set list  from May 31st.. (Another show was scheduled for June 1st) Three Imaginary Boys 1. 10:15 Saturday Night 2. Accuracy 3. Grinding Halt 4. Another Day 5. Object 6. Subway Song 7. Foxy Lady 8. Meathook...

The Cure ‘The Head on the Door’

Today’s Cool Album of the Day (#344 in the Series) is The Cure, The Head on the Door 1985 was the year when arguably The Cure began the “Meat Era” of their careers. They did some nice work before, and they would do some down the road as well, but it was the three album era from 1985 to 1989 that The Cure would establish themselves and their sound. They did this while producing the three critical albums that would define their career. Yes, I feel that they would be known more for what they did in this time, than any other period. In those five years they would release, The Head on the Door, Kiss Me Kiss Me...

The Cure “Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me”

Today’s Cool Album of the Day (#188 in the Series) is The Cure, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me. Kiss Me 3, is a 1987 release by the highly popular, and rightly so, English rock band, The Cure. It was their seventh studio release and was a double album. It contained a number of hit songs. “Just Like Heaven,” the third single released off the album reached #40 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. It was the first Top 40’hit for the band. “Why Can’t I Be You” was the first single and reached #54 on the singles chart. “Catch” was the second single and did not chart. “Just Like Heaven’s” success was followed up by single #4....