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Kirche Gothika

Kirche Gothika

Kirche Gothika


Kirche Gothika started out as an instrumental Industrial / Dance experiment, founded by John Weekley. It was a side-project to Verschlüsseltes Paradoxon (now known as Tenebrae Aeternus). Kirche Gothika has gone through several changes with its style of music, starting out as instrumental Techno and Industrial later bringing in EBM and Progressive elements. Lyrics started being added to the music, giving it a darker and heavier tone based off of Christian scriptures. In a sense, Kirche Gothika is a Christian Industrial project. Read more on Last.fm
Kirche Gothika started out as an instrumental Industrial / Dance experiment, founded by John Weekley. It was a side-project to Verschlüsseltes Paradoxon (now known as Tenebrae Aeternus). Kirche Gothika has gone through several changes with its style of music, starting out as instrumental Techno and Industrial later bringing in EBM and Progressive elements. Lyrics started being added to the music, giving it a darker and heavier tone based off of Christian scriptures.

In a sense, Kirche Gothika is a Christian Industrial project. Just recently, Kirche Gothika has gone through another change. This time, Kirche Gothika has changed genres almost completely, but still keeping the same elements from when it was first created. Kirche Gothika is now an Industrial Death / Thrash Metal project. The first album has been released in early January for free download and a second album is in the works.

While preaching is not a goal, there will still be Christian views stated as well as other topics such as politics, death, sorrow, and other depressing issues. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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