Peter Murphy, frontman of the legendary post punk/goth band Bauhaus, modelling for Maxell`s iconic early `80s audio cassette UK ad campaign. The music that blows him away in the ad was not of Bauhaus but Modest Mussorgsky`s classical masterpiece "Night on Bald Mountain" (though the use of Bauhaus design elements, like the Le Corbusier LC-2 armchair and the specific flat, can definitely be perceived as hints for the “insiders”…).
Watch the ad,
In reality he’s being summoned by some teenagers at a sleepover.
Please tell me this is not Dave Gahan with a John Waters ‘stache. Please. I promise I will wear pink for a week if you just tell me that.
Ha ha ha!!!!
I got really excited for a minute because I thought someone’s URL was a reference to Bela Lugosi’s Dead then I saw their icon was Bela from Supernatural.
Help me gothtriggers
Just when you got over thinking the kids were raving about “Bela” and “Ed Wood”.
We should retire the name Bela… you know… like they do in the team sports.
I hate to see you guys breaking your hearts, but I don’t think Hungary would go for it.
Reminder: do not go acting out Cure lyrics just for cool photo ops. You might really get lost. If you must act out lyrics; look at pictures nostalgically, love cats, and go to bed.
From my nature walks a few years ago.
I know this is kind of out but idgaf
Me: *is wearing a purple lace top with a black broomstick skirt*
Family Member: "Wearing all black again I see. Why don’t you try wearing some color?"
Submitted By: violentvioletsky
everything henry rollins says and does is funny
Henry Rollins, the man who is famous for being shaped like the iconic rectangles of his band, Black Flags, logo, reveals the true reason for his box like appearance. He is, in fact, just really fucking edgy. The edgier he gets, the closer to his final form he becomes. This is all a part of his secret plan to become the Black Flag logo. Legend says that the day he utters his edgiest sentence, his body will split into four identical rectangles and he will float for eternity in that iconic shape, telling young wayward teenagers just how to be act and what exactly to like, because theres nothing more punk than telling other people how to be punk
Life goals; yelling at clouds and teenagers.
June Thomas, Slate Magazine, about the perkygoth from NCIS, November 2011.
I do not understand this sentence.
Oh, who me?!
Why thank you for asking!
I don’t have much of a preference, honestly. They/she though “he” would not offend me. :)
Thanks for asking. :D