Blood on the Tracks
The Violent Femmes may get older, but their music is permanently preserved by the elixir…
Revisiting his murder ballad roots for a new generation
Music isn’t always meant to be a source of comfort. That’s maybe self-evident when you…
Looking back at the first black mass pressed on vinyl
A grim holiday tale
One of the most harrowing listening experiences of all time
A legendary industrial track that feels utterly vile
Taking a look back at a morbid trend in popular music
In 1980, Kate Bush’s take on nuclear war was so devastating because of its intimacy
Unless you experienced it firsthand, Sufjan Stevens‘ “50 States” project probably sounds like a bizarre…
An art-pop banger that shines a light on menacing fan obsession.
Untangling the mystery within the song and the one from whence it came
When Coop romanced the cadaver.
A hoax gone brilliantly awry.
A look back at the duo’s stunning electronic epic, and all the mystery surrounding it.
A vocal jazz take on a folk song, turned into a menacing descent into madness
A tale spun from reruns of ‘Unsolved Mysteries’