BOXING DAY (FIRST ONE)
‘To Drown A Rose’ – Death In June
Well, the day’s been a bit naffy so far. Lucille’s here. Paula’s here. Erm. I’ve got some more presents: a) a ‘Papermate’ pen and b) a can of Boots hairspray from my cousins. Good on them.
I’m reading my Doctor Who – Key To Time book.
Oh. I ain’t listened to my STRAWBERRY SWITCHBLADE or my DEATH IN JUNE albums properly (i.e. with the headphones on, actually listening), yet! BUT WHAT I HAVE HEARD IS RUDOLF
A beautiful, high cheekboned goth girl with fantastice eye make-up…
Psychedelic, meaty twists of flesh swirl and warp, forming sharp talons…
‘Heilige Tod’ – Death In June
‘Another Day’ – Strawberry Switchblade
The two albums are absolutely brilliant.
Favourite tracks: ‘Go Away’, ‘Who Knows What Love Is?’ and ‘Another Day’ by Strawberry Switchblade; ‘Heilige Tod’, ‘Touch Defiles’ ‘To Drown A Rose’ and ‘Red Dog,Black Dog’ by Death In June.
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