There’s no bones about it, Dr.Sanders and Cameron take a trip to visit the family…The Skeletal Family. Specifically the era of the band with singer Anne Marie Hurst. They were “promised” a lot with these records and they hope their efforts aren’t “futile”. They examine the albums Burning Oil (1984), Futile Combat (1985), and the compilation Eternal (2016).
Timestamps: 6:27 Burning Oil  18:58 Random Interesting Goth Stuff A.K.A. RIGS 27:54 Futile Combat  41:12 Eternal:Singles, Albums, Rarities, BBC Sessions, Live, Demos 1982–2015 
It’s been almost 2 full years since I’ve talked about Christian Death, so it seemed like a great time to talk about my favorite album from the band. Every time I make an video about this band, the comment just turn into a giant argument about Rozz and Valor….so let’s see what happens this time. I was a little bit under the weather when I recorded this one, but I think it still turned out the way I wanted.
This book is great! I found it randomly while browsing Amazon and I was pleasantly surprised. I really wish there was a book dedicated to any of the bands featured in Misery Obscura. Eerie Von did an amazing job putting this together and if you haven’t already, then I recommend you check out Samhain’s music (Initium and November Coming Fire are my favorites) and Dazing II & III.
If you want to pick up a copy of this great book for yourself, then check out the link below (and no, this isn’t a sponsored review. I made it because I wanted to):
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!
Watch Dr. Sanders take a look at a short lived, but interesting publication- Drop Dead Magazine. Is it an antique gem or simply antiquated? As always, Dr. Sanders tackles the hard questions as he gives his unique insights into this oftem overlooked magazine. We hope you enjoy this video and all of our other content. Stay spooky!
Alien Sex Fiend are an iconic band of both the Deathrock and Batcave scene with a dedicated following. Thus, we felt it was important for us to open a discussion about this band. This week we discuss their emergence from the the Batcave and the release of their first four albums as well as their relevance to Goth and Deathrock subculture. We hope you enjoy this episode (as it may a controversial one) and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!
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.