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* July 05, 2015 *
Writhe and Shine #343 - Copyright
* July 02, 2015 *
4th of July Sale
Yep we're celebrating Independence Day and blowing shit up in style!
Special Limited Time VampireFreaks Store Sale.
Starts now until July 6th!
VampireFreaks Store Sale
Demonia Shoes: up to 75% OFF
20% OFF all Bags and Wallets!

Also check out all the great new items we got in stock!
VampireFreaks Store

* July 02, 2015 *
VampireFreaks Infiltration Contest Winners
VampireFreaks Infiltration Contest Winners Announced!
Congrats to:
1st Place: Drink_me_im_gin
2nd Place: Minerva__Massacre13
3rd Place: Cass_Ramone
4th Place: Victim-Of-Ritual

Thanks to everyone that participated! We'll have a new contest up for you shortly. :-)

Also we'll see you tonight in NYC:
Cybertron Vs Red Rum Ball
* July 01, 2015 *
NEW Album "Found In Far Away Places" From August Burns Red
VF fans of the Metal!
August Burns Red, metalcore band from Manheim, PA has just released their 7th album "Found In Far Away Places" on Monday, June 29th during their wild adventures on Vans Warped Tour!

Check out the video trailer for their album release. How are you guys loving Warped Tour so far? Share your experiences with us in the comments below!

"Found In Far away Places" is available now on Amazon and iTunes!

August Burns Red - New Album 'Found In Far Away Places' Available Now
* June 30, 2015 *
Chloe And Porphyria Review Lunatik Hair Dye On New Ghost Tentacles
VF Models ChloeVonCreepy and Porphyria share their thoughts about our new product Lunatik Hair Dye on a new episode of their web show "Ghost Tentacles".

* June 29, 2015 *
Teaser Trailer for New Music Video by Too Dead To Die
EBM, Dark Electro band TooDeadToDie, creators of the hit single "Another Sin" is working on a new music video this summer for their song "NLTL". No word on an official release date yet but the teaser trailer looks pretty enticing. Take a look at the clip below and as usual, feel free to share your thoughts.

Check out their music:
TooDeadToDie on VampireFreaks

* June 29, 2015 *
New Music from Bella Morte and IAMX
New Video from Bella Morte just released:
"Water Through Sand," from the Bella Morte album "Exorcisms"

New single from IAMX:
"Happiness" from the upcoming sixth IAMX album "Metanoia"

* June 28, 2015 *
Writhe and Shine #342 - That's What You Get
* June 26, 2015 *
Gay Marriage now legal in the US

Today the US Supreme court officially made Same-sex Marriage legal in the entire United States.
While a few states have started to slowly allow it recently, this officially makes it legal in the whole country.
Let's just say that it's about time that gay people have the same rights as everyone else, it's actually a bit ridiculous that it has taken so long.
Here on Vampirefreaks we're all about treating everyone equally and loving people for their differences!

* June 24, 2015 *
Drama Club releases debut EP "Neon Apocalypse"
After a huge response from fans all over the world on the Black Mass Tour with BlackVeilBrides, the mysterious, energetic, beat bouncing Drama Club has finally released their first debut EP last week entitled "Neon Apocalypse"!

The album features a total of 13 tracks filled with all kinds of amazing electronic beats and sweet vocals including the hit singles "Halloween 365", which we blast at CYBERTRON almost all the time, and "Fuk IT".

Neon Apocalypse is available NOW on Spotify, iTunes and Beatport. They will also have physical CD's for sale at this years Vans Warped Tour!

Check out the previews by clicking the Beatport link and let us know what you think in the comments below, ALSO, who will be attending Vans Warped Tour this year? What bands are you looking forward to seeing this year?

3rd and 4th July - Lumous Gothic Festival 2015forestspirit99 wrote:
From metal to all things gothic and industrial... Lumous Gothic Festival, Finland's main goth event is now in its fifteenth year. While it may not be as well renowned as the larger goth festivals such as Wave Gothik Treffen, it has a strong following within the goth and industrial scene. I've been attending this festival for the past three years now, and this year there was an exceptionally good line-up. Friday First up was the Berlin-based, minimal electro band Afghan Dance. They played some rhythmic and fairly catchy synth tunes with darkwave-style vocals. It was definitely a good start to the night. There's not an awful lot that I can say about German goth rockers Golden Apes. They basically played some decent and standard goth rock, which is great for those who like that genre. Personally I've never been a massive fan of this style and there's only a handful of goth bands out there that I enjoy. However, their performance was good but not exceptional and none of the songs stuck in my head afterwards. The Russian harsh electro band Sleetgrout were the main band that I came to see and by far the best performance of the evening. They were meant to play at Lumous last year but they had to cancel due to problems with their visas. Their show was very energetic, full of adrenalin-fueled harsh electro with trance elements. I couldn't stop dancing, especially when they played two of my favourite club tracks 'Coffin With Two Suicides' and 'The Strings'. Now, when I say that I'm not the biggest fan of goth rock, that' doesn't mean that I'm completely adverse to genre. There's certain goth bands whose music I adore and occasionally there's the odd goth rock band that captures my attention. Red Sun Revival was one such band. I'm not sure if it was the singer Rob Leydon's mesmerizing vocals and the beautiful sound of the electric violin. Whatever it was, it worked because I enjoyed their show and even ended up buying one of their albums afterwards. Saturday In the three years that I've been attending this festival, there has always been at least one dark ambient or noise band present in the lineup. This year that was the Estonian electro duo Forgotten Sunrise. Their sound comprises a variety of electronic styles ranging from dark ambient, industrial experimental to noise and synth pop vocals. It was rather slow paced and too ponderous for my liking. The Spanish punk band Los Carniceros del Norte clearly like their horror movies and theatrics. I'm not normally into punk or post-punk but that did not stop me from enjoying their show. They were very energetic on stage and the singer's over the top theatrics were fun to watch. Two other factors that helped me get the most out of their performance were that I understand Spanish and I happen to like horror movies. These guys played some clips of my favourite movies on the backdrop including The Shining, Nosferatu, The Exorcist and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Speaking of theatrics, that's one thing that the German dark electro duo Das Ich have in abundance. Now, for those who don't know, I have a bit of a soft spot when it comes to German electronica. I like most styles; whether it's the industrial rock of Eisbrecher and Rammstein, the creepy harsh EBM of Wumpscut and X-Fusion or the catchy darkwave Gothic sound of Blutengel. And as of yesterday I also like Das Ich. These two freakish and creepy Germans put on one hell of a show. I really enjoyed the whole performance and it didn't take long for me to start dancing along. So there you have it. Another great edition of Lumous Gothic Festival. I've finally been to see Sleegrout live and I discovered Das Ich and Red Sun Revival. It is performances like these that make me want to come back year after year.

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