Time for some Japanese coldwave! Funeral Party released only this 7″ in 1986 (this song is the B-Side), plus some tracks on the “vision of the emotion” compilation (1985), both under Pafe Records.
Cover art is drawn by Suehiro Mauro, a famous mangaka known for his sadic-erotic-psycological-plain psycho aesthetics.
Funeral Parade is one the most interesting bands in the renaissance of the death rock / post punk movement. This track is the last one from their 2010 demo, released on tape. Their sound is a very interesting mix of Bauhaus, Killing Joke and dirty punk attitude. Enjoy!
Time for one of the best 69 eyes tune ever from what I consider their best album, Savage Garden.
The sound is a very well thought mix of The Cult from their dark years and energetic sleazy rock. The result is a romantic and very powerful song!
After a while, I’ve written a new review…it’s for a 12″ by an obscure ’80s Japanese band, the Zolge, which proposed a very interesting and personal mix of new wave. punk, hardcore and dark melodies.
Read the review (with more information on the band as well) here
In the last months, some more material from the legendary UK goth band Rosegarden Funeral has surfaced from the depths of the net.
It’s a CD-R with a lot of unreleased demo tracks: four of them are from the early demo that I’ve reviewed here, the others are unreleased material.
This is one of their best songs. Enjoy!