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  • The Charnel House Playlist – May 2016

    Oops, we were a bit late with the playlist this time round – but here it is anyway.

    Hopefully see you lot this Saturday 🙂

    Playlist from May 2016

    Ari Mason – Lullabies
    Redstorm – The One
    Blaqk Audio – First To Love
    Dark Matter Noise – Hell’s Frozen
    Hot Rain – Frozen Flower
    Savages – Adore
    The Editors – Formaldehyde
    Peter Murphy – the prince and old lady shade
    Miazma – Lorelei
    Angels of Liberty – Weaving Spiders come not here
    Tommy O – I’ll Come For You Again
    Ars Phoenix – 0011001
    Bleib Modern – If Love Is Just a Word
    Nick Cave and the Badseeds – Red right hand
    Cold Cave – Don’t Blow up the Moon
    Shadow Age – Silaluk
    Damn Vandals – This Music Blows My Tiny Mind
    Golden Apes – Devil
    Winter Severity Index – The Gift
    Love in Prague – Ghost Note
    Radio DCS – Voodoo Doll
    Eagulls – Lemontrees
    The Chameleons – The Fan and the Bellows
    She Wants Revenge – Never
    The Chameleons – second skin
    Terminal Gods – Electric
    The Cult – Spiritwalker
    Sisters Of Mercy – Alice (1993)
    AFI – Miss Murder
    Mindless Self Indulgence – Witness
    Eyes of the Nightmare Jungle – Shadow Dance
    Rosetta Stone – Adrenaline
    Skeletal Family – Promised Land
    Echo & the Bunnymen – The Cutter
    The Jesus and Mary Chain – Never Understand
    Fields Of The Nephilim – Psychonaut
    Sister Machine Gun – Smash radio
    Stiff little fingers – beirut moon
    The Jam – Town Called Malice
    The Undertones – Teenage Kicks
    The Sisters of Mercy – This Corrosion
    Siouxsie and the Banshees – Spellbound
    Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
    Killing Joke – Love Like Blood
    The Cult – She Sells Sanctuary
    Rammstein – Du Hast
    killing miránda – discoteque necronomicon
    Nine Inch Nails – Head Like A Hole
    Billy Idol – Dancing With Myself
    Dead Kennedys – Holiday In Cambodia
    Placebo – Pure Morning
    Combichrist – What The F**k Is Wrong With You?
    Depeche Mode – Master and Servant
    Soft Cell – Sex Dwarf
    The Human League – Being Boiled

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  • Charnel House Playlist – March 2016

    Thanks for coming down – it was a good fun night, nice vibe.  We’ll hopefully see you all again on April 2nd.

    Our playlist from Saturday is…

    Ghost

    Nick Cave and the Badseeds – Red right hand
    Bird – I Am the Mountain
    Marionetes, The – Libra Umbrarum
    Dyonisis – Hunter
    The Editors – The Sting
    Former Ghosts – New Orleans

    Queenie

    Phosphor – Tortured Soul
    Eagulls – Coffin
    Then Comes Silence – She Lies In Wait
    Cold Cave – Don’t Blow up the Moon
    Love in Prague – Ghost Note
    Double Echo – The Wake
    The Twilight Sad – The Room
    The Soft Moon – When It’s Over
    White Rose Movement – Love Is A Number

    Ghost

    The Sisters of Mercy – Lucretia My Reflection
    Bauhaus – Lagartija Nick
    Fields of the Nephilim – Preacher Man
    Sex Gang Children – Sebastiane
    Clan of Xymox – Michelle
    The Lords of the New Church – Dance with Me
    Siouxsie and the Banshees – Hong Kong Garden
    The Cure – Charlotte Sometimes
    New Model Army – Vagabonds
    Virgin Prunes – Pagen Love Song
    March Violets – Snake Dance
    The Cult – Spirt Walker

    Queenie

    The Cramps – Human Fly
    David Bowie – Space Oddity
    Depeche Mode – New Life
    Joy Division – Transmission
    The Smiths – How Soon Is Now? [12″ Version]
    Alien Sex Fiend – I Walk the Line
    The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing – The Gin Song
    The Damned – Smash It Up
    The Skids – Into the Valley
    Tenpole Tudor – Swords of a Thousand Men
    Siouxsie and the Banshees – Peek-A-Boo
    The Cure – Love cats

    Ghost

    Department S – Is Vic There?
    King Kurt – Destination Zulu Land
    Dead Kennedys – Holiday in Cambodia
    Stiff Little Fingers – At the Edge
    The Stranglers – No More Heroes
    The Vapors – Turning Japanese
    Billy Idol; Generation X – Dancing with Myself
    The Sisters of Mercy – Vision Thing
    New Model Army – Vengeance
    Cult – Fire Woman
    O Children – Dead disco dancer
    Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
    The Marionettes – Ave Dementia

    Queenie

    Killing Joke – Eighties
    Death Cult – God’s Zoo
    Bauhaus – She’s in Parties
    Joy Division – Shadow Play
    The Cure – Killing an arab
    Skeletal Family – So Sure
    Christian Death – This is Heracy
    The Chameleons UK – In Shreds
    Siouxsie and the Banshees – Cities in Dust
    The Sisters of Mercy – A Rock and a Hard Place
    Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – All Tomorrow’s Parties

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  • CH Recommends : Cold in Berlin, Danse Society and Wake

    OK – so here is a tasty show and a half we well recommend if you can make it.

    Cluny 2 – April 11th

    Headlined by Cold in Berlin, to celebrate their 3rd album, ‘The Comfort of Loss and Dust’.  The bill is completed by the legendary Danse Society and local post-garage rockers Wake.

    More about each band, to wet your appetite.

    Cold in Berlin are one of the many excellent bands in the UK post-punk scene and put on a spellbinding live performance, they’ve played a range of events from Whitby Goth Weekend to Candle-Fest and woo’d crowds at each.   Their new album promises to be darker, slower and better – to lift directly from the press release : A black mass of punk rock, doom-gaze awaits the listener, fired by the Gothic imaginings of vocalist/lyricist Maya. With its dark soundscapes spun in haunting imagery and a feeling of the uncanny, The Comfort of Loss & Dust plays like the aural accompaniment to a Hermann Hesse nightmare. The down-tuned guitars and powerful drums create a tide of sound; carrying Maya‘s vocals as she twists and writhes through the murky waters of love, loss and bone-shaking lust.

    The Danse Society : Originally formed in 1980, The Danse Society had assorted hits in the indie charts including ‘Somewhere’, ‘We’re so Happy’, ‘2000 Light Years from Home’ (see below) and the double A-side of ‘Clock’/’Continent’.   Although the band split in 1987 they recently reformed and are doing shows again.

    Wake : aka Joseph O’Donnell and Jack Hope are known for being one of the most explosive and attention-grabbing bands on the local scene at the minute, expect their set to contain deafening levels of riffage and some serious sick rhythms.

    OK, I nicked that from NARC – but they summed them up perfectly.

    And… the best bit…

    Tickets are just £6 in advance.  Yep.  £6 in advance.  You can grab them from seetickets here – or from Reflex Records – or pay a bit more on the door on the night (£8)

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  • Charnel House Mailing List

    New for 2015 we’re going old school with a mailing list.

    Mails will be sent infrequently (unlikely to be more than twice a month) with reminders of our next date, offers and other news about things we’re up to.   We will also be collecting email addresses at our events – you can sign up below.  We won’t be selling your address on to anyone else and it will only be used for The Charnel House mailing list which will be related to our events (and others you may like).


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  • The Charnel House June event / Terrolokaust album launch

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    The next Charnel House will be on March 2nd at Butlers Bar, from 6.30pm.

    We’ll be playing our usual mix of Gothic-Rock, Post-Punk, Industrial and Alt 80s with DJs Ghost, Queenie and Kev36663.


    We’ve also got a wee promo night for Terrolokaust as they are releasing their new album ‘Spit the Poison Out’ and will be touring with Icon of Coil in July.

    We’ll be spinning a couple of tracks and also there’ll be assorted giveaways.

    Hope to see you there.

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