Tag: Gothic Metal

Shredding Metal Beasts Shows for April 2019

Shredding Metal Beasts Show Airing April 16th and May 1st both at 11p Shredding Metal Beasts EP187 May 1 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baroncrazeradio/2019/05/02/shredding-metal-beasts–187th-show Tribulance – Deny the Pain https://www.facebook.com/Tribulance2012/ Kreator – Some Pain Will Last https://www.facebook.com/KreatorOfficial Nuclear Revenge – Cursed are Our Marks https://www.facebook.com/NuclearRevenge/ Diviner – Heaven Falls https://www.facebook.com/Divinermetalband/   Systemhouse 33 – Lake of Sorrow https://www.facebook.com/systemhouse33 Angel…


Mysterious Void Show for February 2019

Awaiting further permission from primary label that supply music for this show.


Mysterious Void Show for January 2019

Mysterious Void – 3rd Industrial Gothic Show http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baroncrazeradio/2019/01/29/mysterious-void–3rd-industrial-gothic-show   5 Times Zero – Frozen https://www.facebook.com/5timeszero/ Ikon – Love Is Colder Than Death https://www.facebook.com/IKONOfficial/ Gates of Dawn – Hypothermia https://www.facebook.com/GatesOfDawnOfficial Dusk to Dawn – Not This World https://www.facebook.com/dusktodawnmusic Versus – Drifting Away [NO INFO ON THE BAND] Andreas Gross – Winter’s Day [NO INFO ON THE…


Type O Negative – Bloody Kisses (25th Anniversary) Review – By Baron Craze

Peter Steele’s favorite avenue for venting rage humbly started heavily rooted in the politically incorrect thrash band Carnivore, and it carried over to the new creation Type O Negative. This band emerged two sexist and over-the-top weirdness albums “Slow, Deep, and Hard” and canned live “Origin of the Feces” which offended quite a few individuals, but…


Cradle of Filth: Cruelty and the Beast (1998) Retro Music Review – By Baron Craze

On May 5, Cradle of Filth’s Cruelty and the Beast album celebrated its 20th anniversary originally released by the label Music for Nations, its third full-length release from them, which provided a small window for fans to explore both gothic and black metal. Although CoF never truly had set a genre stretching from Death to Symphonic…