There has been a real resurgence of late musicians taking the dark designs that the original gothic music scene was built on. They continue creating a similar sound for a new audience. The gothic sound came to prominence as one of the many splintered sub-genres of post-punk. A sound created in part by rock bands looking for a more theatrical, romantic, and windswept sound. But also by disenfranchised punks turning broken keyboards and emerging synth technology to their will…

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