Video Archive

Dublin Post-Punk Quartet Scattered Ashes Mourn a Dying Relationship in “Slow Motion”

“You asked me a question, you didn’t want the answer to, so why the suggestion, that maybe one is better…

2 months ago

A Knight Like This? Watch An Unearthed Interview With The Cure’s Robert Smith Taking Down the Monarchy

The Cure's Robert Smith has gone viral again for speaking his mind, this time in an unearthed interview from 2012…

3 years ago

Watch Ritual Howls’ Wicked New Video for “Alone Together”

Ritual Howls continue their preparations for Rendered Armor, their fourth and most ambitious LP to date. Due out on March 22nd…

3 years ago

Nitzer Ebb Unearth their Never Seen Before Video for “So Bright So Strong”

Industrial EBM legends Nitzer Ebb have unearthed their lost video for their 1985 single "So Bright So Strong". The video was filmed…

3 years ago

Siouxsie Sioux and Robert Smith

Siouxsie and The Banshees were one of the first post-punk bands to make it big, forming in 1976, and already…

4 years ago

Watch ‘Wake’—the final ‘First and Last and Always’ era Sisters of Mercy concert

The end of an Era Right after guitarist Gary Marx had left The Sisters of Mercy mid-tour to form Ghost…

4 years ago

Depeche Mode to release 3 DVD Music Video collection on November 11th

  [dropcap]Earlier[/dropcap] this month, it seemed we were getting a tease on social media for Depeche Mode's recently completed 14th…

5 years ago

Watch 3 vintage Skinny Puppy interviews from their early days in 1985 | Featuring Front Line Assembly’s Bill Leeb in the band!

Back in 1985 Skinny Puppy were relatively new, having released the limited Back & Forth debut EP in 1984—along with…

5 years ago

The Cure in Orange | Watch the full out of print concert film shot in 1986

The Cure have yet to release a DVD of The Cure in Orange, so the 1987 concert film remains sadly out…

5 years ago

Psychic TV | See a mindblowing performance in Manchester from 1983

[dropcap]Genesis[/dropcap] P. Orridge's journey with Throbbing Gristle ended in 1981, but arguably, the new paths he chose to wander on…

6 years ago