As I have noted before, it is all too easy to label The Bellwether Syndicate merely a goth band and have done with it. Sure, there is a lot about their latest album, Vestige & Vigil that you associate with the genre, and the band themselves often sport the sartorial trappings of that realm, but we have all learned the hard way not to judge a book by its cover. After all, the label goth was never really a term many in the industry took to, being more a shorthand for journalists or a label for fashion-conscious tribal-minded fans to identify with….

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