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.
Tagged: Gothic Rock
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.
Occasionally new formations, which immediately attract attention in their first listening, arise. La Scaltra (“The Cunning” in Italian) is a German female duo that enchants with his Dark Wave full of mystery and elegance … recovering the essence of the classic bands that we love.
Dead Eyes Opened are a Scottish band from Edinburgh, formed in 2009. With their unique adaptation of various musical styles, they will act together with The House of Usher and The Phantoms next November in Valencia. We contact with Spooks, singer of the group, to know a little more about them.
The German group The House of Usher will perform November, 28 in Valencia, alongside with Scots from Deads Eyes Opened and Valencians from The Phantoms. Thanks to Future Sounds Management, we’ll have a unique chance to see 2 international groups from the Gothic scene together with a Garage/Punk local group.
We interview Pretentious, Moi?, the Gothic Rock English group of great songs and full of vitality as Malina or Witchhouse. In order to do this, we contacted Tim Chandler, alma mater of the band.