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Thursday, January 27th, 2011
3:59 pm - The Smiths/Morrissey tribute party this Sunday Jan 30th!!

Strangeways, Here We Come! Join us this Sunday night at The Church Nightclub for S.I.N. as DJs Slave1 and Creeper Steve will be playing a copious amount of music from The Smiths and Morrissey as well as your favorite coffin classics in the "goth" room.

The "Industrial" room will holding 3 members of the nefarious Vendetta crew; DJs Cyren, Filth (Gustavo) and Dave Vendetta. Not bound by genres, they will be spinning a hard, dark, progressive mix of EBM, Industrial, Techno, Electro, Terror Step and more. 18+, Doors at 9PM. No cover b4 10PM for ages 21 and up.

S.I.N. Sundays
every Sunday night @

The Church
1160 Lincoln Street
Denver, CO 80203

No cover before 10PM for ages 21 and up, $5 after.
$10 cover for ages 18-20.
$3 Wine and Wells all night!


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Saturday, October 2nd, 2010

Boy, this comm has been dead for a while. I thought I might share a game that I came up with for a friend's baby shower called the Goth Baby Name Generator. It would also make a good party/drinking game. When I cut and pasted from Word, it appeared entirely in WingDings o_0 So I've instead opted for screenshots. || IMAGES UNDER THE CUT - WHATEVER YOU DO, DO *NOT* SMILE - YOU'LL KILL THE GENRE! || Collapse )

Here's a link to the PDF file. Just for kicks - hope you guys enjoy :)


FYI: You have to have a Gmail address to access Google docs; if you don't have Gmail and you want the PDF, please e-mail me at adjudicated@livejournal.com and give me your e-mail address and I'll send it to you. I can also send it in Word. The font is called A Theme for Murder and is free. I hope it did make you smile slightly ;)

Crossposted to ungoth

current mood: busy

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Sunday, October 3rd, 2010
5:38 pm - Dracula's Ball, October 30th! Red This Ever, Seraphim Shock, DJ's, Candy, + More!


The next Dracula's Ball event takes place on Saturday, October 30th and includes live performances by Seraphim Shock and Celldweller as well as three DJs spinning in three separate rooms.

All ages are welcome. If you want to drink alcohol, you must be 21+ w/photo ID. Tickets are $16 and are on sale now at Ticketmaster (in person or online), IsoTank.com and Digital Ferret CDs.

Our Halloween event has sold out for many years running.... As such, we recommend advance tickets in the strongest possible terms. Every year we turn away several hundred people who want to attend but did not purchase tickets.

Costumes are encouraged but not required. Although this is our Halloween event, please note that it takes place on Saturday the 30th of October. Of course, a few hours after we open, midnight will roll around and we'll kick off the official start of Halloween!

Dracula's Ball takes place at Shampoo Nightclub in Philadelphia, on Willow Street between 7th and 8th Streets. The club has a large enclosed parking lot which is free, but it does fill up early during Ball events. Doors open at 9pm and the event ends at 2am. In addition to live bands, there are 3 DJs on 3 dancefloors, vendors, candy and door prizes. The official DB website can be found at: http://www.draculasball.com

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Monday, October 25th, 2010
8:25 pm - The 10th Annual Vampire's Ball Friday, October 29th from 9p-5a!

current mood: excited

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Wednesday, August 11th, 2010
11:11 am - Flag in Flames

This Co-Goth site has been a bit dead of late, but I thought I would post a link to my new musical project Flag in Flames (since I am a Colorado resident in the goth/industrial scene). Take a listen and if you like anything feel free to download it (down arrow on the player), all songs are always FREE to download. If you like the music be sure to spread the word and the songs. I also encourage people to use any of the music in their video projects, radio show, podcasts, or other any other projects you may have going on. All I ask is that as a courtesy please give Flag in Flames the credit for the track if possible, thank you. These are unlikely to ever be released on CD and I add more songs as I get a chance. If you like some of these tracks be sure to bookmark or to add to your blog feed/reader, the main website http://flag-in-flames.blogspot.com/ the web site also goes more into detail about each song.

Thanks for listening

[edit] Looks like the way the player populated the download link doesn't work, but you can go to the blog or to the sound cloud site http://soundcloud.com/flag-in-flames, sorry about that. I put the picture up for Empire, but I do not think it is nearly the best song but you may like it the best. I like the noisier songs better.

In case you want a quick run down before you play, most songs are somewhat noisey industrial with beats, most are dark, and half are political in nature. The song goths like the most seems to be dark vision, but the song anarchists like the most is Human Farms. The only song where I tried to make it like a song you might hear at a club is Empire, but I am not happy with how the lyrics came out, still it is a fun song.[/edit]

Latest tracks by Flag in Flames

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Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
4:59 pm - Hey there!

In the interest of supporting our local scene, I'd like to introduce you guys to a lovely little shop masterminded by Danelle Dragonetti, Vampyre and seamstress extraordinaire.

After winning a courageous battle with cancer this year, Danelle is refocusing her efforts into creating lovely gothy and steampunk oriented fashions and accessories, which you can find here: Dragonetti's Emporium

The shop is still in it's inception stage, but there will definitely be more creepy couture offered in the near future.

Thank you all so much for your time! :)

current mood: chipper

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Sunday, July 11th, 2010
11:34 pm - Lowlands 2010 U.S. Tour w/ The Spiritual Bat, Sullen Serenade, and Beryl Beloved

The Spiritual Bat / Sullen Serenade / Beryl Beloved
Friday, July 23rd, 2010
2549 Welton St. Denver CO, 80205

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Friday, April 16th, 2010
9:06 pm - A very special 50th Draculas Ball! Saturday May the 15th


Dracula's Ball 50th Anniversary celebration! Entertainers for this Ball include Ego Likeness, Bella Morte, Paul Robb of Information Society, DJ Ian Fford, DJ Solaries, and more. 3 rooms of entertainment all night long, plus vendors, door prizes and candy.

Don't miss our "Dark Dreams Collection" charity raffle/auction that includes one-of-a-kind items and experiences donated by your favorite bands and artists. Check our web site (www.draculasball.com) for details.

All ages are welcome (21+ w/photo ID to drink). Tickets are $15 and are available now through Ticketmaster, IsoTank, and Digital Ferret.

Don't miss the fiftieth anniversary of the country's premiere vampire gathering. Visit our website or our MySpace profile for details.

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Thursday, April 8th, 2010
11:46 am - Random eBay auctions....


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Saturday, March 20th, 2010
4:58 pm - New Boyd Rice merchandise:

Available at:


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Sunday, March 28th, 2010
8:59 am - Assemblage 23 - May 11th Denver - Tix Giveaway VNV Nation


Assemblage 23 is coming with Angel Theory, Tues, May 11th. Cervantes Theatre / Denver
Tix: www.section44.com and FashioNation (Denver) and Cervantes (adds $5 fee)

I'll have a few pairs to giveaway at a private VNV Nation after party, April 9th.
209 Kalamath Street - Loft (entrance in alley west of Kalamath) DJs Mike Rich and others.

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Saturday, February 13th, 2010
9:36 pm - APOPTYGMA BERZERK live in Denver March 14th w/ Dismantled and The Anix !!

*** NEW VENUE: Hi-Dive ***

Advanced tickets are available online at http://apbdenver.eventbrite.com and at FashioNation.
Tickets $15 at the door day of show. 16+ Doors open at 7:30.

Early Arrival is highly suggested !!!

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Friday, February 12th, 2010
3:08 pm

A scene is obviously worth nothing if it cannot identify itself by identifying with others within it. Support is sometimes necessary, and possible. Phoenix Marie, herself a Goth, was a regular poster on my journal until she became ill, and when she began her fundraising effort I did an interview in my magazine to spread the word about her fundraising appeal, but felt a limited edition Goth book might be more helpful. She is responding to treatment, which is why it is vital she completes the course, which she must pay for herself - the alternative being the onset of advanced old age and crippling pain. The 104 page book costs £9.99 and contains 100 of my favourite photos from my archive, and full details are behind the cut.

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Friday, February 5th, 2010
5:03 pm - GOD MODULE live in Denver, March 9th @ The Roxy

God Module brings their "The Magic Is Dead Tour" to Denver at The Roxy. Doors at 7:30 pm and the show starts at 8:00pm. Denver's own Blackcell and Torso will open so make sure to get to the venue early.

Pre-sale tickets are $8.00 and available online at http://godmoduledenver.eventbrite.com.
$10.00 at the door day of show only.
18+, Full Bar w/21+ ID.

For more info and questions go to www.myspace.com/vendettamusic.

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Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
5:42 pm - Deathrock show in less than two weeks!

ALL AGES! Tickets are $6 in advance and $8 at the door.

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Tuesday, January 26th, 2010
12:46 pm - cEvin Key DJ Set & DVOA Live in Denver Sat. 3-6-10!!

CEVIN KEY (of Skinny Puppy, Download, Plateau, Tear Garden) Tokyo Decadence DJ Set
DEAD VOICES ON AIR ( Mark Spybey of Can, Download, Zoviet France) Live

SAT, MARCH 6TH, 2010
$15 , 21 & UP


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Monday, January 25th, 2010
5:11 pm - Live Gothic Rock @ Old Curtis St. Bar in Denver

 Arguably the only active old-school act in the area right now. Show is 21+ and starts at 9:30!

There's also going to be an all-ages gig at Cervantes' Ballroom on Feb. 16th, with supporting acts The Silver Cord, Amphibious Jones, and The Vergers. More info here: http://www.myspace.com/berylbeloved

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Friday, January 15th, 2010
1:33 pm - Necrotek 'Menschenfeind' $5.99 January sale!

From now through the end of January, Necrotek's 'Menschenfeind' is on sale at Fixtstore.com for only $5.99 for the full 17-track album! Contains exceptional quality remixes from Brain Leisure, Terror Punk Syndicate, Terminal State and many more!


While you're there, pick up the new Necrotek EP 'None More Black', as well as some of the stellar new Vendetta releases like The Peoples Republic Of Europe - Babylon, Mono-Amine - Like A Machine, and W.A.S.T.E. - A Silent Mantra Of Rage!

Hear full tracks from the Necrotek releases here:



Review of 'Menschenfeind' from Connexion Bizarre:

"a blend of old-school industrial and dark cyber-tek electronics" ...so says the blurb, which gave me a little more confidence in what I was about to hear when I was first passed this release. The band's name suggested to me yet another "harsh" industrial act who were as 'evil' as they could be. But maybe, just maybe, cartoon evil is going out of fashion and taking its place is a strain of new industrial where a dark, malevolent evil is core to the sound. As proven here.
Not that you'd know it from the somewhat nondescript opening track, "Drugsick", but "Back To The Grave" makes it plainly clear. Heavily treated, distorted vocals with the music looming like a gigantic shadow behind it.
In fact, another shadow looms over this album, and that is its influences. You don't need to read the act's website to pick out the clear Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly influence: the former in the sample-heavy, dense construction, and in the unsettling atmospheres created, and the latter in the clean, pulsing electronics and resolutely old school rhythms.
It's not all about the influences, though - Necrotek's personal stamp is laid over the music by lyrics that are frequently of an astonishingly nihilistic intensity, occasionally heading toward social commentary, but little more than a comment upon how humankind is doing a good job of destroying itself. Not that this is a bad thing, by any stretch - the lyrics fit the mood of the music perfectly, and generally play second fiddle to the music anyway. There are particular moments where all this comes together spectacularly, too - like the vitriolic, murderous hatred of "Human Waste", the sneering stream of accusations that comprise "Beat Yourself Dead", and I'm a particular fan of the spiraling vortex of darkness at the heart of "Sense of Decay" as well.
The album proper is a short-ish forty-eight minutes, padded out by seven remixes. I'm not normally a fan of bands doing this, but I'm going to make a happy exception here for the high quality - and variation - shown by the different remixers. In particular, however, for the staggering Terror Punk Syndicate remix of "Back To The Grave", which basically turns the track into a new Skinny Puppy classic complete with hulking beats and savage guitar samples. But if only Skinny Puppy could still write stuff like this.
It must also be said that this album is perhaps something of an anomaly - one that wears its influences so obviously has no business twisting new and interesting sounds from such familiar raw materials in such style as this. As a result - particularly if you hanker for the days of industrial of the old school - this is an intriguing and essential purchase. -- Adam Williams [8.5/10]

apologies for the x-post!

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Saturday, January 9th, 2010
7:42 pm - Industrial strong come back - THE STRAND

Looking at this Goth site lately it seems that Industrial music is pretty much dead in Colorado. Am I wrong? Please let me know otherwise! Luckily, Arizona is becoming the NEW Industrial Capital of the World! A few months ago, I just happened upon AZ band THE STRAND and love them! They are coming to Colorado in the spring/summer of 2010! Details will be posted here once the date is confirmed. Please check them out (video below)! On their site http://www.strandland.com are a few live videos that showcase many other AZ bands as well (with band names texted). Or go to http://www.myspace.com/thestrand for full song plays. Industrial music lives on for a different generation! Let's support them!

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2:15 pm - CONCRETE WORLD promo party next Sat Jan 16th @ Milk!


THE CONCRETE WORLD is the story of three kindred spirits brought together by their addiction to the VR technology known as DREAMtech. It will give them everything they desire or it will take everything they have, even their very lives... A new cyberpunk webcomic, free, updated monthly.


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