The Democratic presidential hopeful cites The Cure, The Smiths, Joy Division, and New Order as “the canon of alternative music.”
He insists, “I’m still doing this for the right reasons.”
Ministry joined by Dave Navarro for first performance of “(Everyday Is) Halloween” in 30-plus years: Watch
The acoustic performance was a true rarity, as records show the band hadn’t played the song since 1986.
An exclusive premiere of a new track from the Brooklyn based purveyors of doom and goth metal.
Celebrating the group’s 40th anniversary, the collection includes three previously unreleased songs.
Bauhaus celebrate 40th anniversary with The Bela Session, share remastered “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”: Stream
A collection of the band’s earliest recordings from 1979 include three previously unreleased tracks.
The second single from For My Crimes, her eighth studio LP.
“The Ruby Celebration Tour” will find the goth legends playing In The Flat Field in its entirety.
The Cure’s Robert Smith doesn’t consider himself goth: “I never really took the whole culture thing seriously”
“Goth was like pantomime to me.”
Wesley Eisold has also recruited a full band for an upcoming North American tour.
The acclaimed goth rocker descends on Chicago later this month.
Smoking bones and peeing on his audience. Or, just another day for the shocking goth legend.