Finally Part 2 of our discussion on Marilyn Manson. Well….sort of, this time we have James whereas Part 1 had Robbie Gore. Anyway, this was an interesting time for Manson that was full of continued controversy and dramatic shifts in his sound. Listen to find out our thoughts on The Golden Age of Grotesque, Eat Me Drink Me, The High End of Low, and Born Villain.
6:35 Golden Age of Grotesque
25:11 Random Interesting Goth Stuff
34:02 Eat Me, Drink Me
54:04 The High End of Low
1:13:59 Born Villain
It’s time to talk about one of the most unique artists associated with goth. It’s the man, the myth, the….man?….it’s Aurelio Voltaire! Dr.Sanders and James have a great time as they discuss his first four albums and some of the many MANY other things he has created. This ended up being a weird episode of GothCast.
On this episode of GothCast, Dr.Sanders and James discuss four releases from the always romantic London After Midnight. Their albums are diverse and contained some dramatic shifts in sound. Let’s see how they hold up today!
6:47 Selected Scenes from the End of the World (1992)
GOTHCAST RETURNS! After an almost seven month hiatus, GothCast has come back to you. This is the first episode without Robbie Gore and the first with his replacement James Quinn. Alien is one of the biggest film franchises of all time and this time we’re taking a look at Alien, Aliens, and Alien³. We really hope you enjoy this episode and next time we’ll be back with a long requested look at a band from the 90’s.
This week we take a look at the work Rozz had released using the name “Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams” after his departure from Christian Death. This does not include Shadow Project as we will be covering that in a separate episode. However, this material is not often discussed, and we felt it would be a great third installment into our Christian Death series. We hope you enjoy this episode and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!
This week we take a look at the career of an iconic band as we discuss Specimen and their music and fashion’s impact on the gothic subculture. We hope you enjoy this episode and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!
This week on GothCast, we take a look at the first three films in George Romero’s Living Dead Series, covering Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and Day of the dead. George Romero is a legend of horror, and is responsible for making the “zombie film” an icon of culture and cinema. We thought that Halloween would be the perfect day to pay homage to an amazing director and an iconic set of films. We hope you enjoy this episode and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!