Today dark gothic electro duo Collide have unveiled an ambitious new release: a double-disc collection of remixes, covers and collaborations with other acclaimed artists. Check out our review!
Like Doc Frankenstein dusting off his old lab equipment, industrial rock icon Chris Vrenna has returned to his eerie gothic side project Tweaker, which represents his twisted musical imagination at its most pure... and dangerous. Check out our review of the new album!
One of the many reasons “Sinister” is scoring big with audiences this month is the movie's terrifying music and sound design. The director gave us the complete breakdown on the musicians involved, and we scared up a ton of sample tracks guaranteed to give you the shivers!
The legendary gothic pop-rockers are back, this time sporting a more menacing edge to their spooky fairytale style. Check out our track-by-track review and find out why it's their darkest creation yet!
After departing Rob Zombie's band in 2003, guitarist Mike Riggs donned his own horror-metal mantle to form the band Scum of the Earth. With their third record, which drops today, the group's use of electronics moves to the foreground, with spooky-cool results. Check out our review and watch their new video...
After a long hiatus, Limp Bizkit axe-man Wes Borland has returned to his solo project Black Light Burns, serving up another feast of bizarre sonic delights. We've got a detailed review, along with some other audio-visual goodies...
Cinematic cyber-rockers Celldweller have released their first-ever live DVD chronicling their 2010 and 2011 tours... check out our review and find out if it's worth the wait! (Hint: it totally is.)
Creepy beats, zombie trains and sheep heads are just a few of the subjects we chew through in this round-robin session with the UK's one and only "electro zombie punk" band.