60 bands, all gothic music genres, 1 compilation!
Thank you very much to all the bands for sending their songs. This time we've got more than 450 entries, it's simply amazing! Because of the high amount of good songs, we've decided to make an exception and to take 60 bands instead of 50 on board this time.
Of course, we will do more gothic music orgy compilations, so if we didn't chose your band for this compilation, please try again for the next one.
darkTunes wish you a good prelistening! Don't forget to preorder the compilation now for a lower price and to already get 6 songs before the release of the compilation on September 22nd 2017.
Here are the winners:
Ananel's Voices + Antibody + Ashes'n'Android + Askashic + At0shima 3rr0r feat. Gray S. Angel + Auger + BASSZILLA + Binary Division + Boars + Case Default + Cima Muta + Code:Red Core + Dark Side Eons + Death Signals + Desastroes + Device Noize+ Devil-M + Diesanera + DJversion666 + DrakenWerks + Dust In Mind + Ecollider + ES23 feat. SynthAttack + Exit to Eden + EXTIZE + Fourth Circle + God Astray + Graveyard Strippers + Gregor Beyerle + Lamori + Larva + Machine Rox + Machines on Blast + Man Woman Machine + Matt Hart + Mebitek + microClocks + Mills + Moonlight Asylum + Moris Blak + My Hysteria + NDN + OMNIMAR + Plague Doctor feat. Cold Therapy + Samarah + Schwarzbund + Shadow System + Shiv-R + Sicktronic + SNUFF + Sorrownight + Suppressor + SynthAttack + System Noire + T3RR0R 3RR0R + The Autist + The Black Capes + The Shiver + Toxic Aeon + U-Manoyed
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We are proud to present you the new music video "Can't Save You Anymore" from MOONLIGHT ASYLUM!
This song is taken from ehe first album of the female fronted industrial electro metal sensation from Argentina"Death is coming".
Strong metal riffs from thrash and black metal, catchy melodies from electro and pop and breakdowns from metalcore, powerful male growls, angelic female vocals, this is what is waiting for you on the debut-album of Moonlight Asylum!
This 3 pieces band from Buenos Aires, Argentina has already shared stage with legends like Deathstars, The 69 Eyes, Emilie Autumn, Nitzer Ebb, Cradle of Filth, Within Temptation, The Sisters of Mercy, Paradise Lost, Lacuna Coil, Anneke Van Giersbergen and HIM, among others.
"Death is coming" is the first milestone on their way (to hell)!
It almost seems as if KAIZER are not quite of this world, yet they manage to completely mask out the here and now and time and space and create their own, very special, extraordinary cosmos of sound: the KAIZER cosmos. A cosmos in which the most multifaceted elements of gothic, dark rock, NDH (‘New German Hardness’) and dark pop fuse into an illustrious, dark romantic potpourri that bewitches all the senses.
The indisputable fact: KAIZER know how to captivate their listeners and draw them into their spell with an extravagant mix of sounds. This mix equally comprises hard, punchy guitar riffs as well as enchanting melodies, sensitive moments, mesmerising grooves, epic cascades of sound, catchy rhythms and ambitious lyricism. The protagonists McMurdoch, Alexander Göran Frh. v. Sperling, Thomas v. Stachow, Nina v. Ackseli and Sr. Chris Hammond know their musical trade, which manifests itself spectacularly on this powerful debut disc. The years of friendship that bind the charismatic quintet (they have all previously been active in various artistic projects) are also reflected in the new album: KAIZER are aware of their strengths.
The Berlin five-piece thereby spectacularly succeed in breathing an expressive, authentic and individual nuance into every single number, which lends their debut work ‘Lebenszeitverschwender’ powerful dynamics and an exciting impetus. There are no limits to the delicate fine-tuning at work. So KAIZER show something of their dreamy, romantic side, yet also play with a coquettish, avant-garde attitude, emitting a casual nonchalance, before then digging deep under the surface and bringing forth emotions stamped with pain, sorrow, loss, fear, devotion, hope and longing. It’s this virtuoso range that enables KAIZER to stand out from the crowd: turbulent, rotating, unpredictable, poetic, diverse and as wonderful as life itself. Imperially good!