This time Dr. Sanders takes a look at one of the most well known albums that helped influence and shape the sound of the emerging goth rock scene- Unknown Pleasures. Plus….those wavy lines…. Anyhow, we hope you enjoy this video and all of our other content. 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 video, Dr Sanders takes a look at The Damned’s masterpiece, Phantasmagoria. I know, we do gush about this album quite a bit, but it’s justified. Disagree? Watch the video and find out why you’re wrong. Agree? Watch the video and do some gushing with us. On a more serious note, we do hope you enjoy the video and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!
Let Dr. Sanders guide you throughthe month of Gothtober starting with his review of With Sympathy by Ministry. In the spirit of the season, he also added in a little discussion of everyday is halloween. We hope you enjoy this video and all of our other content. You can also find this video on our YouTube channel. Be sure to check it out and stay spooky!
Watch Dr. Sanders take a look at a short lived, but interesting publication- Drop Dead Magazine. Is it an antique gem or simply antiquated? As always, Dr. Sanders tackles the hard questions as he gives his unique insights into this oftem overlooked magazine. We hope you enjoy this video 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!
This week we take a look at a more obscure band, And Also the Trees. Although they do have a following, they are certainly not a band that’s frequently discussed. Consequently, we felt it would be interesting to discuss their career, especially considering their ties to The Cure (something we discuss on the episode). In this episode, we review their first four albums, And Also the Trees, Virus Meadow, The Millpond Years, Farewell to the Shade. We hope you enjoy this episode and, as always, stay spooky.
This time on GothCast we discuss a band that many people may have heard of, but most have never taken the time to listen to. Red Lorry Yellow Lorry are a band that are most well known for their album Talk About The Weather, but released a number of albums throughout the eighties and even one in the nineties. Does their work hold up as well as classics like In The Flat Field and Disintegration? That’s what we try to figure out on this episode.
As a note, our news segment this time is dedicated to suggestions for holidays gifts for the spooky person in your life. Hopefully it helps some of you out there who are stumped on what to pick up for the grimly fiendish ones you’ve become acquainted with.