Back in the day, music was tribal, and people were happy to draw neat and imaginary lines of demarcation between one sound and scene and another. Punks stared across these boundaries menacingly at popsters, indie kids glowered at goths, and rockers pointed accusingly at new romantics. But, thankfully, we have seen the error of our ways and today, things are much more harmonious when it comes to music, its followers and even the creative process itself. It is why bands like Black Rose Burning

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