InObscuria Podcast

Ep. 49: Everything Turns Grey - Goth Rock

Episode Summary

This week’s show is the second of the Halloween trilogy, and is brought to you by Kevin’s long lost relative; Aleister Lestat Williams. The boys provide a true appreciation of the grim and ghastly as they don all-black garb, guy-liner, and a healthy dose of black no. 1 on their mop tops. That’s right; everything turns grey as they explore the dark and ethereal world of Goth Rock…

Episode Notes

What is it we do here at InObscuria? Every show Kevin opens the crypt to exhume and dissect from his personal collection; an artist, album, or collection of tunes from the broad spectrum of rock, punk, and metal. Robert is forced to test his endurance and provide feedback, as he has no idea what he will be subjected to every week. Our hope is that we turn you on to something that was lost on your ears, or something you've simply forgotten about, or that (in our opinion) should have been the next big thing.

Songs this week include:

  1. Fields Of The Nephilim – “For Her Light” from Elizium (1990)
  2. The Julia Dream – “Beats So Dear” from Single (2006)
  3. Southern Death Cult – “Patriot” from The Southern Death Cult (1983)
  4. Bella Morte – “Final Words” from Songs For The Dead (2004)
  5. Christian Death – “Romeo’s Distress” from Only Theatre Of Pain (1982)
  6. Patricia Morrison – “Reflection” from Reflect On This (1994)
  7. The Chameleons – “Swamp Thing” from Strange Times (1986)
  8. The Swear – “I Sold My Soul On Gallatin Road” from The Clinic And The Sane (2020)

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