What a great album! I have wanted to cover a Type O Negative album for a looonnngg time, but it is very difficult to objectively review albums from your favorite band. I actually learned a few new things while doing research. One thing I din’t mention in this video is the Bloody Kisses demos. The demo for We Hate Everyone is AMAZING! I actually like it more than the album version.
This is still one of my favorite videos. I’ll be honest and say that I’m not really that fond of travelling anywhere, but it was really great to talk with everyone involved. I have a lot of memories attached to Release the Bats (some good and some bad), and I’m glad I got a chance to try and document what it was really like.
This actually took a lot of time to edit together. I filmed the interview footage in May of 2018 and I didn’t release the video until October 2018. It’s always difficult to do these types of videos because I try to tell the history of the subject while also giving my impressions of social event. It’s not quite as straightforward as an album or book review.
I lived in Orange County for a number of years and you would always see those tiny flyers or posts online about Release the Bats. Your friend would call you up and ask if we were all going and how could you possibly say no? It’s weird that we can’t go to Bats anymore, but I’m glad that as of writing this post, Dave and Jenn are organizing other great events.
This is me answering YOUR questions about a variety of different things. I can’t believe my phone is broken right now, what a bummer. But do you know what is an even bigger bummer? Littering. Not cool guys.
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)
Looks like it’s after midnight and we just happen to be in London for this episode. So let’s take a look at the first album from London After Midnight and see if it’s romance has successfully held my heart close after all these years. (and no, I wasn’t actually in London when I filmed this episode)
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.
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