Sunday, 15 September 2013

The weekly compendium 13/09/2013

OK, so I'm a little late with the weekly round-up again this week. But I'm sure all the stories and reviews we had for you thus week eclipsed this little omission. Anyway, here's what we had for you this week.

It's been a heavy news week with stories from Garden Of Delight, Bruderschaft, Freakangel, Machine Rox, Thanatos, and Erasure. We also had reviews of the new Kevorkian Death Cycle album and Caustic EP – both of which are excellent! We also had a couple of news features from our Dokka on Cassette Store Day and a little anecdote courtesy of Filter's Richard Patrick. Also we had our monthly column from Joel Heyes looking at Laibach's upcoming performance in China, which has gone somewhat viral since being reposted on the band's social networking sites.

While over on our own social networking sites we've had tour dates from A Pale Horse Named Death, The March Violets will be playing Club Antichrist, New music videos from Legend, Flesh And Fell and Tiamat, a blog by Gavin Baddeley on Dracula's castle, and a Spotify-only EP from Nine Inch Nails.

That was it for this week. I'm going to leave you with a video from one of my favourite authors, Neil Gaiman, outlining his All Hallow's Read – which has been going on for a few years now. It's a movement that Intravenous Magazine endorses, and you can expect book recommendations from us early in October.

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