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    Newer Deathrock bands

    the deathrock scene is revamping in the underground
    i mainly listen to the older stuff (Xmal Deusland, Christian Death, Kommunity FK, 45 Grave, Rudimentary Peni, etc.)
    But lately have been checking out newer deathrock bands, pretty amazing stuff!
    check out these two deathrock bands:

    youtube.com/auralexile

    youtube.com/watch?v=zN_uiYBiEAk

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    Haha yeah, it brings a big smile to my face every time a new Deathrock band comes out.. Sadly there hasn't been much newer ones and I already regularly listen to both of these bands. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valikiyro View Post
    Haha yeah, it brings a big smile to my face every time a new Deathrock band comes out.. Sadly there hasn't been much newer ones and I already regularly listen to both of these bands. :/
    i think a lot of deathrock bands just need better distribution in the underground, i dont want it to become an exploited genre like Horror Punk has become in ways but most deathrock bands seem virtually inaccessible as most record stores dont cary their stuff ...

    I hope 13th Moon and Aural Exile put out some vinyl, there is probably less than 100 Deathrock vinyl records that exist! lots more CDs but not much vinyl..
    Cinema Strange needs to make LPs too, i think they only put out one EP but i have never seen it before..

    regardless as long as people still listen to 45 Grave and Christian Death, i think a good deathrock band will appear every so often..

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    True, I'm glad its not as exploited like horror punk but.. Idk, theres just not really that much people to talk to this stuff about nowadays because even though you would think that this site would be live and well its just not. I tried contributing to other sites before this one but the fact is that most of them are more Goth oriented and less Deathrock oriented and truth be told Deathrock is still quite a bit different then Goth regardless of what people might say.... Also yeah, I know what you mean I personally find it a bit tricky to find vinyls to add to my collection even with sites like ebay or amazon. Also yeah, Deathrock's something that will probably always be more of a undead subculture that is still living but also partially dead.

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    Beastial Mouths from LA

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    Old Cat's Drama from the Ukraine

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    I think most people dont understand that deathrock is a subgenre of punk not goth..
    But regardless i like both, although goth became commercial in 80's, i am still a huge Skeletal Family/Sisters/Bauhaus fan.

    but yeah i know where you are coming from. deathrock is a microscopic subculture, and very misunderstood

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    Quote Originally Posted by diablos 88 View Post
    I think most people dont understand that deathrock is a subgenre of punk not goth..
    But regardless i like both, although goth became commercial in 80's, i am still a huge Skeletal Family/Sisters/Bauhaus fan.

    but yeah i know where you are coming from. deathrock is a microscopic subculture, and very misunderstood
    Yes but also the whole gothic subculture came from punk... and maybe the reason why some don't get that is cause, there are sooooo many gothic sites on the web but very few punk, just a thought

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    I'ma huge fan of Cancerslug, but they're really more horror-punk. Kind of like old Misfits mixed with the Dwarves.

    What about Mekrokiev: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFNsyC8ByMM
    Shallow Graves (not really new, but not well-known): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJnIK7m2IbM
    Euroshima (again, old band, but not really popular): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSEBNNsYpgM

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    Another one


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    Anyone into old Deathrock ...
    There is a New Specimen album coming out soon
    http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/specimen

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    so from what I gather from this site is there is a new specimen album being made, or maybe I've misunderstood

    Hey, I am writing for Graceless magazine now (union of goth subculture and radical/anarchist politics) if any new bands want to be involved in it! www.graceless.info

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    There have been a sh*t-ton of newer bands the last three years or so. I found about most through the Cvlt Nation website and Oliver Sheppard, but have also discovered several from Maximum Rock'n'Roll reviews too. Here's some recent favorites:

    Catholic Spit -- creepy theatrical deathrock w/ guitar effects
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7I-TKcaIgY

    Midnight Plus One -- post-punk w/ interesting female vocals. from North Carolina
    http://midnightplusone.bandcamp.com/

    Quailbones -- high-energy post-punk, like Joy Division on speed
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqCyQmtUDP4

    White Murder -- sounds like if members of Crass, the Slits and Gang of Four had a side-project band together. they may not look deathrock but this sounds pretty damn close to Fangs on Fur to me.
    http://vimeo.com/69602102

    Hex on the Beach -- spooky... primitive... morbid... weird... erotic... throbbing music from Australia
    http://hexonthebeach.bandcamp.com/tr...re-mountain-ii

    Bellicose Minds -- 80s sounding deathrock from Portland, Oregon
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0DfrYhEs1U

    Masquerade -- similar to Siouxsie & Banshees. from Finland
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5I8var0DoA

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    my band Dreams In Hell made an LP this year http://dreamsinhell.bandcamp.com/
    see the record and all its art at https://www.facebook.com/dreamsinhell

    The Creature has taken more of a deathrock style this year too https://thecreaturecincinnati.bandca...sematary-songs

    and we've got a new band that's gonna start playing out for Samhain this month called No Slave To Tomorrow, it's going further towards a deathrock style than the above ones, gonna record next month most likely

    also THEY FEED AT NIGHT from San Diego sounds awesome, I'm gonna do a CD for them soon http://theyfeedatnight.bandcamp.com/

    and Nervosas, friends from Columbus who sound a bit like TSOL http://nervosas.bandcamp.com/album/s-t

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    www.onelastcaress.bandcamp.com
    ONE LAST CARESS of Fresno, CA. Established in 2005. Published an album in 2012. "Est In Obscura Tempus MMV-MMXII"
    We started with having in mind our love of the darkness; all things spooky, morbid, macabre, death, and putting it into punk.
    I was heavily influenced by Rozz Williams, Dinah Cancer, Patrik Mata, Moe Adame and Glenn Danzig.
    For fans of Christian Death, 45 Grave, Burning Image, and Samhain. I am the lead vocalist, songwriter, and founder.
    I am very glad that many bands such as Catholic Spit have caught the attention of listeners,
    we appeared on the "DUG UP! New Tales From The Grave" and "Spooky Sounds From The Underground" compilations
    alongside the likes of BLUE CROSS, CATHOLIC SPIT, HORROR VACUI, BELL TOWER BATS, RESIDUAL DREAMS, and THE DARKLINGS.
    It would be an honor to be featured on the CVLT Nation website, and included in articles where they talk about the latest Deathrock.
    One Last Caress can be found on YouTube by typing "One Last Caress Fresno"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmEkUAojRtE

    (p.s. we are not a cover band)
    RELEASE THE BATS!!!
    BATLORD CARCAS!!!
    www.facebook.com/BatlordCarcas
    ONE LAST CARESS , California Deathrock Fresno!
    www.facebook.com/OneLastCaressBand
    www.onelastcaress.bandcamp.com

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    ONE LAST CARESS of Fresno, CA

    www.onelastcaress.bandcamp.com
    ONE LAST CARESS of Fresno, CA. Established in 2005. Published an album in 2012. "Est In Obscura Tempus MMV-MMXII"
    We started with having in mind our love of the darkness; all things spooky, morbid, macabre, death, and putting it into punk.
    I was heavily influenced by Rozz Williams, Dinah Cancer, Patrik Mata, Moe Adame and Glenn Danzig.
    For fans of Christian Death, 45 Grave, Burning Image, and Samhain. I am the lead vocalist, songwriter, and founder.
    I am very glad that many bands such as Catholic Spit have caught the attention of listeners,
    we appeared on the "DUG UP! New Tales From The Grave" and "Spooky Sounds From The Underground" compilations
    alongside the likes of BLUE CROSS, CATHOLIC SPIT, HORROR VACUI, BELL TOWER BATS, RESIDUAL DREAMS, and THE DARKLINGS.
    It would be an honor to be featured on the CVLT Nation website, and included in articles where they talk about the latest Deathrock.
    One Last Caress can be found on YouTube by typing "One Last Caress Fresno"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmEkUAojRtE

    (p.s. we are not a cover band)
    RELEASE THE BATS!!!
    BATLORD CARCAS!!!
    www.facebook.com/BatlordCarcas
    ONE LAST CARESS , California Deathrock Fresno!
    www.facebook.com/OneLastCaressBand
    www.onelastcaress.bandcamp.com

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    I don't think anyone's mentioned Eat Your Makeup yet:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xn2CbJ6R1N0

    here's more 13th Moon:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW_lvYCLn7o

    and Guilty Strangers, a deathrock/post-punk hybrid:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cn4cXZ5b8QE

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    Newer Deathrock bands

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