Musings From Us Entries For Gothic

The following are the various articles that have been filed and posted under the category of Musing Music Reviews / Gothic that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Rock Band

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Fun Factor:★★★★★ 

If you love rock, metal, goth, or most other kinds of popular music, you will like Rock Band. Rock Band doesn’t use a controller to play the game. Rock Band uses the guitar, a bass guitar, a drum set, and a microphone. I’m good at the guitar. I knew how to play the Rock Band guitar because I had played Guitar Hero at Wal-Mart on the PlayStation 2. The first time I played Guitar Hero I was sucky at it but, went I had gotten better at it, I started liking Guitar Hero.

Queen of Heaven, Queen of Hell – Album from Inkubus Sukkubus

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Queen-of-Heaven-Queen-of-Hell-CD-CoverThe newest album from Inkubus Sukkubus is a real treat to listen to. You can tell that the band is truly coming into its own. The sound is more refined then previous albums and a different tempo then they would normally use. The tracks have a more ballad like feel and yet still able to keep and hold on to the gothic metal sound that they are so famous for. This is a real treat for the ears that you can just listen to and enjoy for hours on end.

As always the band’s music has a pagan quality to it and it shine through with style and at the same time has a message about caring and what happens when people just don’t give a damned about each other. If people were more accepting of that message this world would be a much better place then it is today. I say keep doing what you are doing Inkubus Sukkubus and don’t let anything change you or let anyone tell you to change what you are doing. The fans love you and that is really all that matters, them and the message that your music brings.

Vampire Erotica by Inkubus Sukkubus

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The always sensual Candia Ridley is the lead singer of Inkubus Sukkubus that delights fans around the world with her delightfully eerie voice that propels us into another world full of magic and mysticism. The music from this album is no exception as she weaves for us a tale of paganism, lust and the woman that is Lilith. Vampire Erotica is the bands 5th album and was released in 1997. The various songs on the album touch on many different themes of paganism as well as the persecution that they have suffered now and in the past. It is an album to make people think and to lift the spirits of pagans everywhere. Its not just about sex and vampires but about life and how you should make sure to live that life.