dark folk

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The Wedding Funeral at Freshy's, Philadelphia


THE WEDDING FUNERAL will appear at Freshy’s in Philadelphia, PA on 03.09.19. The address for this event is by RSVP only, which one can get by emailing us at theweddingfuneral@gmail.com

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

The Wedding Funeral October Release of Their Debut Full-Length Album, You Have Been Cordially Disinvited The Wedding Funeral announces the upcoming release of their debut full-length album, You Have Been Cordially Disinvited, during the entire month of October. The release begins with an exclusive pre-release tour that will span from New Jersey to Kentucky and then culminate in the official release on Halloween with the release party in Salem, Massachusetts. The Wedding Funeral is the brainchild of internationally touring, alternative punk-blues musician Darren Deicide and choral-trained Ethel Lynn Oxide. Their 4-song debut demo, Beneath the Floor Boards (Covered in Feces), […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Hokum Productions Debuts at Bobby Dee’s On Saturday, August 4th, Hokum Productions debuts at Bobby Dee’s in Jersey City. As its first show, Hokum presents The Wedding Funeral, Brook Pridemore, and Natalie Papa. Hokum Productions is the flagship for new, alternative, and strange music and culture in Jersey City, NJ and is making its debut at the newly renovated Bobby Dee’s, under new ownership by the former owners of defunct Jersey City venue Lamp Post Bar and Grille. Featured at the show will be The Wedding Funeral (the new gothic-Americana project by Darren Deicide and Ethel Lynn Oxide), Brook Pridemore […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

David E. Williams: HOSPICE CHORALE Now available as a convenient digital download! Bandcamp / iTunes “lyrical, cathartic, and absurd… featuring the only song you’ll hear this year about a man who yearns to be a horse…” – FLAVORWIRE “A singer-songwriter stretching the American songbook to its very extremes, Williams’ possesses a bewildering imagination…" – COMPULSION ”…strongly recommended for all musical freaks, discerning and cynical listeners, as well as anyone who values morbid, borderline humor and visceral incisiveness in art…”—KHATACOMB “…a tapestry of thirteen catchy, provocative and intelligently performed pieces… an utterly engrossing listening experience … keeps you guessing until the end, yet […]