A Gritty Electro Goth and Heavy Rock Dance: Golem Dance Cult’s New EP Awakens Thrill and Fright

Taking listeners into a shamanic trance, “Grotesque Radio” is a danceable blend that intrigues, electrifies, and rouses enigma

Belgrave, Victoria, Australia — A pulsating and resonating aura grips listeners as they enter the dynamic world of Electro Goth and Post Punk prodigies, Laur and Charles- the brains behind Golem Dance Cult. A formidable French Australian duo, the Golem Dance Cult craft musical compositions that explore an enriching, feisty new face of Heavy Rock and Dance.

With their new EP, “Grotesque Radio” already making the rounds, the artists’ effective use of traditional instrumentation delivers a mechanic, ritualistic groove. With catchy, memorable, and thoroughly gripping rhythms, the duo’s music takes audiences to a dark and mysterious musical universe.

A glorious and visceral musical ride, “Grotesque Radio” marks an experimental brilliance that the Golem Dance Cult beautifully embody. Their characteristic soundscapes echo a rhythmic composition that can be best qualified as dark, esoteric, and mystifying, inviting listeners to lose themselves to its power.

The duo’s music remains a distinct musical act, sticking to originality and spontaneity, with an experimental electronic approach in the layering of the tracks. Their new tracks are laden glam and goth rock influences and powerful vocals that contrast a cross between the sounds of Bowie, Beck and Bauhaus, underscored by a grim touch.

“Since its release in May 2021, our E.P. “Grotesque Radio” gathered some recognition with professionals and started to find its audience (more than 17k followers on Spotify and +10K views on Youtube),” say the artists regarding their new musical ventures.

Golem Dance Cult is currently promoting its E.P. “Grotesque Radio” while working on the follow-up, a full length album to be released in December 2022.

Visit the Golem Dance Cult’s website, SoundCloud and BandCamp to stream their enigmatic new music! Feel free to contact the artists through their website to be provided with exclusive content and latest information. For visual immersion, check our videos at night: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEJq6CslsfAc_LjKYV6Z1zg

 

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ABOUT

Golem Dance Cult is an Industrial Heavy Rock, Dance, and Electro Goth music project started by two friends Charles Why and Laur. The talented duo started their first band together when they were teenagers, before deciding to follow their own musical paths, until 2021, when they found themselves in lockdown.

It was during this strangest of times that the artists reunited for a new musical adventure under the moniker Golem Dance Cult. With Laur on percussion and vocals and Charles Why on vocals, bass, guitar, cigar box, harmonica, and various traditional instruments (Shamanic Drums, Shruti Box, Gong) and programming, the prolific duo are changing the landscape of music. They are joined by Klaus Karloff, a mysterious misanthrope German modern Shaman, who is in charge of the mastering aka “Sonic Seance”.

Golem Dance Cult is currently finalising is full length album, titled “Legend of the Bleeding Heart” to be released in December 2022. This is to be followed by a tour of Australia (Victoria) in 2023.

 

CONTACT

Golem Dance Cult
Name: Charles Why co/Golem Dance Cult
Email: golemdancecult@gmail.com

LINKS

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GolemDanceCult/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/golemdancecult/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GolemDanceCult
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEJq6CslsfAc_LjKYV6Z1zg
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/58l6TPKh7HRsJJhLbSF7pd
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-305333582
LastFM: https://www.last.fm/music/Golem+Dance+Cult/_/Capitol+Blues

 

Source: ArtistPR

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