Wires & Lights finally debuts with A Chasm Here And Now, a remarkable album that confirms the enthusiasm generated by their first demo.
A couple of months ago we showed you on our social networks a Valencian band recently presented to the public: Hunting Out of Eden, a duo that with their debut Cometh The Night Of Ages get into neo-classical music and dark ambient.
Aether is Aeon Sable’s new album, and we have counted on their singer Nino Sable to present an existentialist, cosmic work which is imbued with the essence of the band.
The Flatfield come from Finland, and with only 2 albums (Passionless and manie sans délire) are already part of the groups that stand out in the current Gothic Rock and Post Punk scene.
The House of Usher is part of the canonical school of Gothic Rock, and in each album they explore its nuances and limits. With Roaring Silence they follow this path and also offer themes accessible to the non-devotional ears of the genre.
On June 1 we interviewed three members of Aeon Sable (Nino – Singer, Din-Tah – Guitarist, Quoth – Bass), taking advantage of the break after the intense concert they gave during the 26th Wave Gotik Treffen.