Sex Cross - “Hallowed Ground”
Featuring members of Old Wounds, New Jersey’s Sex Cross have attempted to create a sound equally engulfed in darker emotions, yet from a completely different approach. Sex Cross plays a pop driven goth punk reminiscent of bands like Christian Death, Sisters of Mercy, newcomers like Arctic Flowers, and even AFI.
The video..Oh man.
They sound great! East coast pride!
WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS WEB SEARCH FUNCTION
GET IT OFF
THE MYSPACEBOOK IS HAPPENING
The posts that pop up during finals week are the best kinds of posts
*Looking at the huge list of assignments, research paper, reviews, and studying I have to do…
As usual, I say something in an interview and of course fans have a problem with it. I don’t know why i continuously feel like I should have to defend myself, but because no one is able read between the lines to understand why I said what i said.. I can’t help but want to try and encourage people…
I’ve always felt a weird disconnect between Motionless in White and their fans. The band members and I are the same ages, essentially, and it’s strange when I go to shows and there are young kids idolizing these guys in an overtly sexual manner and looking to them at the same time almost like parental figures.
It’s stressful to hear Chris respond is such a flustered way. But I can imagine how odd it is.
I remember when nu-metal was a thing. As younger kids, we loved bands like Korn and Mudvayne. Those guys, during that time, were probably in their mid-twenties but their audiences were always older. I find it incredibly awful that any new band that comes along has to be marketed towards tweens when really, the band is trying to speak about issues and concerns that are more adult in nature.
I dunno man. This is just a reaction…