Christian Death + Abstinence

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Pioneering "death rock" outfit Christian Death—i.e., the band you can thank for the thriving mall-goth subculture—supports its latest release, American Inquisition, that bears a pungent early-’90s cheesiness.

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kiki de whatever

The write-up of this event is arrogantly dismissive and wildly misleading. The person writing it clearly has no knowledge of alternative music, obscure bands, or "mall goth culture" for that matter. The idea that the pierced and portly, oversized Marilyn Manson t-shirt wearing, red bull swigging, poorly-dyed hair youths of the local mall would have any interest or knowledge of a band as historical, bizarre, and obscure as Christian Death is as laughable as this reviewers credentials.