Orville Peck “Dead Of Night”

Orville Peck is doing right. Sounds like Chris Isaak doing a real country song with lots of sarcasm and gloom, but in the end it’s pretty heart warming and original.…

King Dude “Time To Go To War”

King Dude is back with a haunting gothic requiem about the time for war coming. His new album titled “Music To Make War To” will be out in August by Van Records and this is the first omino…

The Death Roots Syndicate: Volume IV [Comp]

Finally, the fourth volume in the best compilation series of the dark and gothic side of folk, country and blues out there, is here. The Death Roots Syndicate returns with 23 tracks from all around th…

Dvanov “The Edge Of The Field” [EP]

Just landed on our feet, this wonderful set of folk rock/dark country tunes straight from the Russian plains, sounds exactly in sync with the times. Dvanov’s debut EP “The Edge Of The Field” will be l…

The Victor Mourning “Patagonie”

Included in the Death Roots Syndicate latest compilation “The End”, this is a great example of pure folk songwriting by The Victor Mourning. A Handful of Locusts by The Victor Mourning…

The Death Roots Syndicate: The End [Comp]

The Death Roots Syndicate returns with a mega-release, a 48-track compilation, offered as a free download sacrifice to the gods of darkness, doom, goth and mayhem: https://archive.org/details/Roots003…

Black Claw “Sinking Claws” [EP]

Black Claw’s new release is a two track single, “Sinking Claws”, made in a deep dark cave. A banjo, a voice from hell and darkness. Sinking Claws by Black Claw / T.K. Bollinger & That Sinking Feel…

King Dude “Death Won’t Take Me”

King Dude has announced a new album for 2015, follow up to last years “Fear”, titled “Songs of Flesh & Blood”. The album releases in June and it’s available for pre-order on bandcamp. Two songs ar…

Edgar Allan Poe “The Crow”

Edgar Allan Poe (/poʊ/; born Edgar Poe; January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849) was an American author, poet, editor, and literary critic, considered part of the American Romantic Movement. Best known for…