Interview: La Procesión de lo Infinito

Interview: La Procesión de lo Infinito

La Procesión de lo Infinito (The Procession of the Infinite) is a musical project from Medellín, Colombia. Born in 2009 when Nephtis Nacht and Ariosto N. unified their philosophy and passion for Goth Rock, using the sub-genre to materialize their ideas, evoking the classical sound of the sub-genre.

Review: VR SEX - HORSEPLAY EP from Drab Majesty's Andrew Clinco

Review: VR SEX - HORSEPLAY EP from Drab Majesty's Andrew Clinco

LA based VR SEX is the conceptual cyberpunk collaboration between visionary mercenaries Noel Skum (Andrew Clinco, AKA Deb Demure of Drab Majesty), Z. Oro (Aaron Montaigne of Antioch Arrow/Heroin/DBC) on vocals and drums, and Mico Frost (Brian Tarney) on synths and electric bass. 

An Interview with Jacques Saph of Virgin in Veil

An Interview with Jacques Saph of Virgin in Veil

If you’re a fan of deathrock, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Helsinki based deathrock band Virgin in Veil. Although the band formed just four years ago in 2015, they have released two well received full length albums, an EP, and toured on four continents.

Caroline's Book Crypt: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Caroline's Book Crypt: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Welcome to this new segment here on Obscura Undead where I will take on gothic literature. I will be talking about the old classics as well as newer works. While I love music, books are dearer to my heart, and I always need to have a book to read. That’s why I will be hosting this segment! Hope you enjoy.

Review: Sydney Valette - 'How Many Lives'

Review: Sydney Valette - 'How Many Lives'

Sydney Valette’s How Many Lives LP was released as a ten-year anniversary album, celebrating a decade of his musical career. Since his early releases, French born Sydney Valette’s solo-project has progressed drastically in the past ten years - changing from the high-pitched chiptune style of 2009, into an evolved darkwave synth. Although some of those chipper synths still can be heard this latest release, there is a prevalent variation of sounds throughout the tracks; this release is surely not being constricted to a single style.