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Communion After Dark - May 13, 2019 Edition

Communion After Dark - May 13, 2019 Edition

Playing tracks by

The Purge, People Theatre, Frozen Plasma, God Module, Lilith My Mother and more.

Chart positions

This show was 1st in the global industrial chart, 1st in the global electro chart, 1st in the global alternative chart, 1st in the global dark chart and 2nd in the global synth-pop chart.

This week Communion After Dark spins all new music including God Module, Frozen Plasma, Massive Ego, Espermachine, Harmjoy, Run Level Zero and more!

We are a weekly podcast bringing you the newest Gothic/Industrial, EBM and Electro music from around the world.

Multiple ways to listen now!! Make sure to check us out and subscribe!

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNy6wVs1IXEx8tBIFUSMKj12MXNB2k1Ox

MIXCLOUD: https://www.mixcloud.com/CommunionAfterDark

WEBSITE: http://communionafterdark.com

~Photo: Lilachris / Instagram.com/lilachris
*Opening sample from Game of Thrones
**Background music during talking parts is Noise Unit - Ascent

Comments

Rivet Witch

I dig it :)

Evgeny_K
Evgeny_K

"Trust the pain" is just a killer remix, Claus Larsen is ever perfect in building those bass lines.

Zurika Cilliers_Visser

New God Module (cross my heart) is awesome! REALLY enjoyed Witch of the Vale with Trust the pain! Lilith my Mother with Face the Fall is also a great track. Brandy Kills - Dead inside, Massive ego - killing for gods, and Vogon Poetry - Exposed thoughts also went down great!
BUT... Hocico - Drowning wins Song of the week! For sure!

LadySybaris

Hey Gold... was that "SWAAARRRM" you read after Maus' set an 80s Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends reference? 'Cuz I can totally see you sneaking that in there...

JP_Vanir
JP_Vanir

what was at 48:37

CommunionAfterDark

Darkness on Demand - Brain Drain

Thomas Duerig

So happy to be part of this playlist ✨🖤✨ Thank you 💖

david_scott

A Pain That I'm Used To is my favorite song this week

Oleg Degtiarev

Thank you!