Dr.Sanders and Bryan take a look at Peter Murphy’s career after leaving Bauhaus and branching out on his own. This episode covers Dali’s Car, Should the World Fail to Fall Apart, Love Hysteria, Deep, and Holy Smoke. It’s an interesting journey and Holy Smoke does it get good!
4:33 Dali’s Car 
6:11 Should the World Fail to Fall Apart 
22:50 Recent Interesting Goth Stuff AKA R.I.G.S.
43:28 Love Hysteria 
01:00:34 Deep 
01:19:34 Holy Smoke 
01:36:23 Giveaway Information
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.
Wait…what? A new episode of the GothCast Podcast!? That’s right! I’ve been itching to record an episode for a long time and my friend Bryan has taken on the brave task of being my cohost. The episode ending up being a strange one for a return because The Danse Society are tough to review. Anyway, let me know what you guys think and we’re definitely working on more.
13:24 Recent Interesting Goth Stuff
25:35 Heaven Is Waiting
45:50 Looking Through
59:43 Change of Skin
This week we discuss the ever influential Siouxsie and the Banshees. In particular, we review their first four albums, beginning with The Scream and ending Juju. Aside, from being an extremely popular and beloved band associated with the gothic subculture, Siouxsie and the Banshees are personal favorites of ours and we wanted to start from the beginning as many fans may not be familiar with their early work.
In this episode we continue our review of the The Cure’s career as we discuss the trajectory of their music over the course of the mid to late eighties. We begin by our review with The Top  and end with Disintegration . This half of the decade was a huge critical and commercial success for the band and generated many hits that are still popular on modern radio today. It was also a time where the band was defining their signature sound that many think of when discussing The Cure.