Optic Oppression — “Big Boys Don’t Cry”
Emigrate ft. Margaux Bossieux — “Lead You On”
Emigrate ft. Marilyn Manson — “Hypothetical”
Emigrate ft. Ben Kowalewicz — “1234”
Optic Oppression, the electro-industrial-synth rock band I’ve been raving about since July, is releasing their first full-length LP on November 29th. The album, entitled Halfway to Hell, is available for pre-save on Spotify. (If you choose to do this, you will receive the digital rewards package, which includes behind-the-scenes videos and high resolution artwork.)
This morning, Side-Line offered readers the premiere of the first single from Halfway to Hell, a song called “Revolution.” Check it out here.
Emigrate ft. Till Lindemann — “Let’s Go”
Emigrate — “My World”
Type O Negative — “Halloween In Heaven,” from the album Dead Again (2007).
As if you didn’t know Type O Negative would make the list!
Type O Negative — “All Hallows Eve,” from the album World Coming Down (1999).
Emigrate — “My Pleasure”