As the parting shot single before the new album, Vigil & Vestige, is released, “Golden Age” is a neat summation of the band’s traits and talents, sonic signature, and unique selling points.

It would be just lazy journalism to refer to The Bellwether Syndicate as being merely a goth band; it is too broad and meaningless a term, as it always has been, like most labels reaching its…

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