With Bauhaus buried, the godfather of goth flies solo once more.
Chromeo, Crookers, and now Switch? Whoever is responsible for the string of bookings at Heathrow Lounge deserves a gold star because it's getting ridiculous. It almost seems like Heathrow is quickly becoming the Studio A replacement we hoped for -- except it's ill equipped to handle any kind of li ... More >>
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A toddler and her dad road-test alt lullabies
Year Zero (Interscope)
Sharp teeth and fishnet stockings transform the typical bump and grind
Front Line Assembly retains a fascination with all things cyber.
One Nation Under a Groove
Ten albums that'll snap and fizz in your earbuds all winter long
Nine Inch Nails returns, angry as ever, and With Teeth
Nine Inch Nails' latest is a breakthrough in Trent Reznor's personal therapy, but don't expect it to take you to his happy place.
Fulfilled/Complete (Saddle Creek)
Yeah, the movie sucked. But the soundtrack's killer.
Can't you Spooky Kids just play nice? Marilyn Manson refugees need a referee.
Collapsing Lungs regroup to spread holiday cheer
City of Angles (Innova)
Irréversible desperately attempts to turn the world upside down
30 Seconds to Mars (Immortal/Virgin)
The goth scene is ready to rise again
And All That Could Have Been (Nothing/Interscope)
Pigface celebrates a decade of detritus from the industrial underground
Words like silly donít apply to The Factory, but how about bizarre?
Think A Perfect Circle is Maynard's band? Think again.
Local groups pool their gloom for a tribute to Joy Division and New Order
Pure (Spitfire Records)
Buca di Beppo