GOTHCAST RETURNS! After an almost seven month hiatus, GothCast has come back to you.
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 week we take a look at the career of an iconic band as we discuss Specimen and their music and fashion’s impact on the gothic subculture.
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.
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.
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
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.
Alien Sex Fiend are an iconic band of both the Deathrock and Batcave scene with a dedicated following. 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 begin our exploration of their career with their first three studio albums, (along with what we feel is an essential EP to discuss) Pretty Hate Machine, Broken, Downward Spiral, and The Fragile.
Kand is known for his strong opinions and even stirred up a decent amount of controversy during his time as frontman, but do these releases stand up now?
In this episode, we review their first four albums, And Also the Trees, Virus Meadow, The Millpond Years, Farewell to the Shade.
This week’s episode takes a look at 3 classic Dracula Adaptations, we discuss what makes each of these films unique and pivotal to the history of Dracula in the World of film.
Dr.Sanders and Robbie Gore discuss a band that had a huge shift in sound early on in their career. This episode covers the albums With Sympathy, Everyday Is Halloween (Single), Twitch, The Land Of Rape And Honey, and The Mind Is A Terrible Thing to Taste.
Join Dr.Sanders and Robbie Gore as they take a look at a band unafraid to innovate unexplored territory in the wake of Ian Curtis’ tragic death.
Ready for a heated argument between Robbie Gore and Dr.Sanders? This time they're tackling the amazing Cocteau Twins who shifted their sound dramatically as time went on.
For our return to regular releases we thought what better way to start than with part three of Siouxsie and the Banshees. This episode we talk about the last three albums they released before disbanding.
This week on GothCast we take a look at three very interesting films that have dark atmospheres and film noir influences. So join us as we tell you what we thought of the movies Dark City, The City of Lost Children, and Brazil.
We’re covering every album from World Coming to Dead Again and a few other releases. Type O Negative’s output during this time drew upon everything from family relationships, religion, and even a song written about Steele’s Playgirl spread.
45 Grave is one of the more interesting bands associated with deathrock and one that needs to be discussed. On this episode we take a look at Sleep In Safety, Autopsy, Only The Good Die Young, and Pick Your Poison.
We’re probably all familiar with the album Unknown Pleasures, but maybe this episode will shed some light on the other releases that came out before and after that seminal album.
It’s time to release the bats as we’re taking a look at The Birthday Party (As well as The Boys Next Door album Door, Door).
We decided to honor the late great David Bowie by taking a look at three movies starring the Thin White Duke.
We take a close look at one of the most influential bands in industrial music with Skinny Puppy, and talk about industrial's relation to goth.
This is our fourth and final part of our discussion about The Cure’s career and it covers their (as of 2016) most current album 4:13 Dream, oddities, and all of their official Live Albums.
This week we’re taking a look at a lesser known band called Rosetta Stone. Listen and find out what we think of the albums An Eye For the Main Chance, Adrenaline, Chemical Emissions, Unerotica and the live release Under the Rose.
We thought it would be a great way to start the new year with another movie episode so this week we review three movies that are currently streaming on Netlfix (At least currently in America), and they are Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World, Rosemary’s Baby, and The Legend of Hell House.
This week we take a look at Siouxsie and the Banshees’ career through the mid to late eighties, starting with A Kiss in the Dreamhouse and ending with Through the Looking Glass.
ed 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.
This week’s podcast is our third part in our ongoing discussion about The Cure’s expansive career. This time we take a look at the albums Wish, Wild Mood Swings, Bloodflowers, and The Cure (2004).
With all the saturation of Christmas movies that comes right after the Thanksgiving holiday, we felt like everyone could use little vampire lore to lift their spirits.