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The Song of the Day: "I'd Rather Break" by Solar Fake, from the 2013 album Reasons to Kill. Excellent synthpop from Germany. While the whole song is worthwhile, it's the brittle-sounding vocals of the first 60 seconds that make the song for me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYEWROeLyvM
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The Song of the Day: "Restless" by New Order, from the upcoming 2015 album Music Complete. The bass seems a bit subdued without Hooky, but nevertheless this song has me optimistic for the sound of the new album. Beautifully shot video, too.

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The Song of the Day: "Hollow Hearts (Dystonix Mix)" by Bella Lune, from the 2015 album Tranzendance. Your mileage may vary, but I think these guys have a bit of a Cruxshadows-meets-Switchblade Symphony feel. Judging from the frequency they're popping up on goth/industrial podcasts lately It seems like they're starting to make a name for themselves. They can be found on Bandcamp here: http://bellalune.bandcamp.com/

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The Song of the Day: "Black and Blue" by God Module, from the 2014 album False Face. Having been listening to industrial music since EVERYBODY was imitating Skinny Puppy I'm not generally a fan of terror EBM distorted vocals, but this song rocks so hard I'm enthusiastic to make an exception. Superb beat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei-zY9MbSH4
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The Song of the Day: "Phantasmagoria" by Ashbury Heights, from the 2014 album Looking Glass Society. This song has a fun carnival atmosphere, and the incredibly attractive Swedish synthpop duo have been quoted as saying it's heavily inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. "Musically it's pretty much a giant homage to Sisters of Mercy and the Cure clad in Halloween ball attire."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tYSipQUiHg
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The Song of the Day: "The Renegade" by Star Industry, from the 2015 album The Renegade. Brand new gothic rock from Belgium, I like the "Under the red sky, we cross the Rubicon today" line, that's a pretty epic image. The Valentine references bring Sisters of Mercy to mind for some reason.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqT8KzxYc2c
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The Song of the Day: "Lisa" by Bleib Modern, from the 2015 album All Is Fair In Love And War. Echoing, sepulchral goth rock from Bamberg, Germany.

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The Song of the Day: "In Whole" by TORUL, from the 2011 album In Whole. I've been listening to this Slovenian trio (I wonder if they hang out with Laibach?) a lot lately, and recommend them highly. Many of their songs sound similar to Depeche Mode at their height.

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+Phil Lovecraft These guys another level for today's Synthpop (old new wave)...even got my converted to synthpop from american current pop (Taylor Swift,etc) because of this band and Neuroticfish, Tenek, Frozen Plasma, etc..
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The Song of the Day: "24/7 Mystery" by Beborn Beton, from the 2015 compilation Dependence 2015. Beborn Beton have been around forever and I've enjoyed everything I've heard from them, but for some reason I've never really delved deeply into their music. Catchy and fun, this may just be the song to get me to investigate further.

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The Song of the Day: "Age After Age" by Frozen Plasma, from the 2015 album DEKADENZ. Frozen Plasma has some clunky songs (e.g., perving on a 16-year-old girl in "Murderous Trap"), but when they're good, they're brilliant. This song has a particularly epic scope that appeals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiT-FRHLTOg
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+Phil Lovecraft You're right, same Thing on Solar Fake.If these Bands do good Stuff it's Shiny as Diamonds
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The Song of the Day: "We Flood the Night" by FEMM, from the 2014 album FEMM-isation. Japanese club music by PVC-encased animate mannequins. BAO BAO B-B-B-BAO. 

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The Song of the Day: "Kasvetli Kutlama" (Somber Celebration) by She Past Away, from the 2012 album Belirdi Gece. While a fairly recent song, this Turkish band really has the classic 80s goth rock sound down. The bass guitar is superb, and the synths have an almost medieval sound. Shame about the grammatical error in the band's name, though.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMPd9QoVfVA
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Sounds badass. Been listening to a lot of  Indian pop and Russian house music lately.
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Japan-based American working in the video game industry. Sometime writer. RPGer. Goth/industrial music fan.