I know, I know, I know....this is supposed to be GothCast right? Not Industrial-Cast??? You are correct, but many goths have an appreciation for Ministry and their brand of dark music. Not to mention their songs that are regularly played in most goth clubs to this day. So sit back and listen to Dr.Sanders and Robbie Gore discuss a band that had a huge shift in sound early on in their career. This episode covers the albums With Sympathy (1983), Everyday Is Halloween (Single), Twitch (1986), The Land Of Rape And Honey (1988), and The Mind Is A Terrible Thing to Taste (1989).
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
With the unfortunate end of Joy Division, the remaining members would go on to form a band that would achieve critical and commercial success. The formation of New Order and their implementation of keyboards into their new sound helped set a trend for pop music throughout the eighties. Join Dr.Sanders and Robbie Gore as they take a look at a band unafraid to innovate unexplored territory in the wake of Ian Curtis' tragic death. In this episode we discuss their first four albums, beginning with Movement (1981) and ending with Brotherhood (1986).