As soon as you hear those cool, mechanical beats, that bruised and brooding bass line, that relentless industrial-infused groove, you know which musical realm you have wandered into. It is the classic goth backbeat, cold and concise, incendiary and infectious.

And why not? It’s a groove that worked back in the gothic heyday; it’s a groove…

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