Collective Collaborative Blog of the Month:
Some may think the goth aesthetic is strictly sad and sulking, but even goths have their soft side. For the October collab blog, members of the collective curated a list of their favorite gothic love songs, perfectly suited for a fall evening graveyard picnic. Grab a hoodie, some black lipstick, and enjoy a spooky date night with these songs!
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ZINE ISSUE NO. 10
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SONG OF THE WEEK
Song: "Sleeping Throats of the Antichrist"
T&E writer Andrej says, "Filthy, claustrophobic, oppressive, and heavy as hell, Teitanblood's take on the bestial and primitive vein of blackened death metal is impressive. 'Sleeping Throats of the Antichrist', like nearly all of the songs on their second album, Death, provides little solace over its long runtime. Sections of intense blasting chaos and monstrous, de-tuned breakdowns are further broken up and disoriented by grindcore-y, schizophrenic noise, ominous chanting, static, and the like. Such an overwhelming and suffocating sound requires an attentive listen, but those that do will be well-rewarded by an otherworldly and fascinating sonic experience that simultaneously borders on unlistenable and yet can't be put down."