Tag: Gothic Metal

Shredding Metal Beasts Shows for April 2019

Shredding Metal Beasts Show Airing April 16th and 23rd both on Tuesday Nights at 11p Shredding Metal Beasts EP186 April 16 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baroncrazeradio/2019/04/17/shredding-metal-beasts–186th-show Bastardizer – Death Cult https://www.facebook.com/bastardizer666/ Nocturnal Witch – A Thousand Pyres https://www.facebook.com/NW666/ KNEEL – Cloak https://www.facebook.com/seekinsideyourself Violentor – Burning Rage https://www.facebook.com/VIOLENTOR666 Supralightning  – Adrenaline (Thrash Metal Instrumental) https://www.facebook.com/supralightning/ EXTREMA – Headbanging Forever https://www.facebook.com/extrema.official/…


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…