Thursday, 24 January 2013

The Weekly Compendium 25/01/2013

It's been one of those weeks where there just isn't enough hours in the day, nevertheless we at Intravenous Magazine have still managed to bring you plenty of articles to get your sharp teeth into.

We kicked things off with the first of a two-part look at the biggest film franchises produced by that most British of horror institutions, Hammer films. We kicked things off with an in-depth analysis of the Frankenstein series and the on-screen terrors provided by the eponymous Baron played by the legendary Peter Cushing. Part two will arrive soon to look at the exploits of Christopher Lee's Count Dracula.

We've had plenty of news as well this week from the likes of A Pale Horse Named Death, Blutengel,  Dark Dimensions and Depeche Mode. As well as reviews of the latest albums from Trakktor, Garten Der Asche, RetConStruct, New Zero God and Unitary.

Over on the social networks we've seen the new music videos from Mesh for 'Born To Lie' and Blush Response for 'Voices'. UK electro stalwarts Inertia have launched a crowd-funding campaign to help get them to the USA. Death-glam act Deathstars have been announced ad co-headliners for Blackfield festival. And The Independent discovered Steampunk.

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