I pick this book up from time to time and thought I might as well share my opinion on it. It’s a really good document of The Cure. I did this one pretty quickly and it turned out pretty well.
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 is my video in celebration of World Goth Day! Hands down, the most Goth Day in the world…right?
I was working on this video this Saturday and I thought it was the 17th. The date was actually the 19th. Then I panicked, paused The Office and finished this video. I hope you enjoy World Goth Day and I’m still baffled as to how this video ended up being 15 minutes long.
This was a very strange review that went in a sorta weird direction. Anyway…IT’S HALLOWEEN MONTH!!! Yay GothTober!
This time I’m taking a look at Johnny the Homicidal Maniac written by Jhonen Vasquez. It’s been a staple of some goths’ collections so I thought it was about time to spread the…..love? Death? Whatever this book can spread.
This week I’m talking about a book I really enjoyed about an artist I really love. Cured: The Tale of Two Imaginary Boys is Lol Tolhurst’s memoir about his time in The Cure and his struggles dealing with the hardships of life….it’s very enjoyable.