We know, We know… Some of you are really excited about this, some are appalled, and some are just confused. Nevertheless, the time has come. This week’s episode is on Marilyn Manson’s first four albums, beginning with Portrait of an American Family and ending with Holywood. Whether you love or hate Marilyn Manson, we hope that you enjoy this episode and can find something that resonates with you. As always, stay spooky!
Well, the moment you all have been waiting for has arrived… our next episode is finally out! On a more serious note, we do apologize for the delay. We have had a very busy month and have been working on a way to increase our video content in addition to the our regular podcast. There is no reason to worry though, as we are back on track with a game plan that we trust will allow us to create more consistent content and increase your entertainment. Without any further ado, we present this week’s episode in which we discuss none other than Nine Inch Nails. Are we aware that Nine Inch Nails are not exactly a goth band? Certainly! However, we believe it goes without saying that their music has played a large role in the subculture and many goths do listen to Nine Inch Nails. Thus, we begin our exploration of their career with their first three studio albums, (along with what we feel is an essential EP to discuss) Pretty Hate Machine, Broken, Downward Spiral, and The Fragile. We hope you enjoy this episode along with all of our content that is to come. As always, stay spooky!
I know, I know, I know….this is supposed to be GothCast right? Not Industrial-Cast??? You are correct, but many goths have an appreciation for Ministry and their brand of dark music. Not to mention their songs that are regularly played in most goth clubs to this day. So sit back and listen to Dr.Sanders and Robbie Gore discuss a band that had a huge shift in sound early on in their career. This episode covers the albums With Sympathy, Everyday Is Halloween (Single), Twitch, The Land Of Rape And Honey, and The Mind Is A Terrible Thing to Taste.
This time Dr.Sanders and Robbie Gore take a close look at one of the most influential bands in industrial music with Skinny Puppy. Their aggressive sound has connected with many people in the goth subculture although their music is not reminiscent of gothic rock or post-punk groups. We hope you enjoy this conversation about industrial music’s relation to goth and the first four albums that Skinny Puppy produced.