This reunion episode brings back Robbie Gore as the original GothCast duo break down some lesser talked about albums from the Valor Kand era of Christian Death. It’s one of the more interesting eras of the group as two competing versions of the band were releasing material sometimes within the same year. They cover the albums Insanus, Ultio, Proditio, Misericordiaque (1990), Sexy Death God (1994), Prophecies (1996), and well…one more from 1998. This one gets a little strange, but that’s nothing new to this podcast.
Timestamps: 14:50 Insanus, Ultio, Proditio, Misericordiaque (1990) 33:51 Sexy Death God (1994) 55:19 Prophecies (1996) 1:07:28 What the hell is this album? (1998)
It’s time for some goth history! I hope you enjoy this look at The Batcave and it’s impact on goth culture today.
The making of this video was easily my most difficult to date. There was so much information and I had to compile it from so many different sources that it took around 3 months before I had actually started filming it. I’m really happy with the way it turned out and I think it accomplished exactly what I wanted it to.
We’ve finally started our discussion on the Valor Kand era of Christian Death. After Rozz William’s departure, Kand took over leading the group and fronts it till this day. Kand is known for his strong opinions and even stirred up a decent amount of controversy during his time as frontman, but do these releases stand up now? It seems that less people are as familiar with the Christian Death releases provided by Kand so hopefully we can shed some light on these possibly forgotten classics. We take a look a Atrocities, The Scriptures, Sex and Drugs and Jesus Christ, and All the Love All the Hate Parts 1 and 2.
In this week’s episode of GothCast we take a look at perhaps one of the most influential bands in the deathrock scene, Christian Death. In particular, we discuss the first three albums of their career which feature Rozz Williams as the lead vocalist. In addition, we felt it necessary to talk about the band Super Heroines in reference to Christian Death and their role in the formation of Christian Death.