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Post-Punk

Before the androgynous new wave outfits Dead Or Alive hit the mainstream, there was Nightmares In Wax. After Pete Burns first band The Mystery Girls disbanded (played only one gig with the legendary Sham 69), he formed Nightmares In Wax in 1979 – which have more ‘proto goth’ / post-punk

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Yes I have too much time browsing weird shit on youtube, and found this awesome gem! Taste Of Decay, a post-punk band hailing from Harrislee, Germany is definitely worth to listen if you are a fan of post-punk / positive punk / gothic. Last known line up was Simon Pörksen

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Weird before his time, insane before his time, full of dirge before his time, Nick Blinko, the creator Rudimentary Peni, did everything before his time. The record Death Church, released in 1983, was ground-breaking & pushed the limits of anarcho punk. Rudimentary Peni composed an album that was a perfect

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Finding myself in darkness, finding myself in sadness, losing myself in youth, losing myself in what I thought was real – through all of this, I found myself in Joy Division. This is one band that helped shaped who I was & who I have become. I remember the first

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When music keeps you alive, changes your existence, is a puzzle, makes your mind wonder, is life, it’s LUNGFISH. This post-hardcore band was formed in 1987 in Washington, D.C. & put almost all their recordings on Dischord. LUNGFISH is a band that I love on a whole different level because

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This is rad…CVLT Nation had the chance to interview a Sacramento band that we know is 200% awesome…they are called Wreck & Reference. This group creates electronic doom that they transmit to Earth from their own universe. Wreck & Reference put a super epic tape out named Black Cassette &

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What is a classic album? Killing Joke’s Killing Joke is a fucking classic album. Everything about this record is on point – it’s over 30 years old & still sounds like it’s music for the future. This record captured the true spirit of punk better than most bands with spiked

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