This fangtastic episode of GothCast has Dr.Sanders and Mak fighting off hordes of bloodthirsty creatures of the night to cover a band swimming in vampire lore. Nosferatu is one of the most well known vampiric influenced bands in goth music and this time the duo discuss the albums Rise(1993), Legend (1994), The Prophecy (1994) and Prince of Darkness (1996).
This reunion episode brings back Robbie Gore as the original GothCast duo break down some lesser talked about albums from the Valor Kand era of Christian Death. It’s one of the more interesting eras of the group as two competing versions of the band were releasing material sometimes within the same year. They cover the albums Insanus, Ultio, Proditio, Misericordiaque (1990), Sexy Death God (1994), Prophecies (1996), and well…one more from 1998. This one gets a little strange, but that’s nothing new to this podcast.
Timestamps: 14:50 Insanus, Ultio, Proditio, Misericordiaque (1990) 33:51 Sexy Death God (1994) 55:19 Prophecies (1996) 1:07:28 What the hell is this album? (1998)
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 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!
If goth’s had an official holiday film then this would probably be it. So let’s watch Dr. Sander’s dissect “Tim Burton’s” The Nightmare Before Christmas. We hope you enjoy this video and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!
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!
This week we take a look at Xmal Deutschland, a band with a very interesting catalog that is not nearly discussed enough, duking it out over which of their four albums deserve the most accolades. What would a GothCast episode be without an argument between Dr. Sanders and Robbie Gore? We hope you enjoy this episode and all of our other content. Stay spooky!
In this episode we take a look at Elvira’s two feature length films, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark and Elvira’s Haunted Hills, as well as some of her more obscure work. Elvira, also known as Cassandra Peterson, has been a goth fan favorite and a lomg time staple of all things macabre. With Halloween approaching we felt it was the right time to talk about “The Mistress of the Dark.” We hope you enjoy this episode and all of our other content. Stay spooky!
This episode has been a long time coming, but it finally felt like time. We were in the right mood… The Depeche Mood. This week we will be taking a look at Depeche Mode’s first four albums beginning with Speak and Spell and ending with Some Great Reward. We hope you enjoy this episode and check out all of our other content as well. 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!
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