Gothic

Gothic may refer to:

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Other articles related to "gothic":

Darkseed (band)
... Darkseed is a German gothic metal band, formed in 1992 ... took a more unconventional song writing method that aimed more towards the gothic experimental route ... They changed their music to gothic metal on their first studio album Midnight Solemnly Dance ...
Gothic - Other Uses
1 (Havergal Brian), known as "The Gothic", the largest symphony ever composed Gothic (film), a 1986 film by Ken Russell Gothic (series), a video game series originally developed by Piranha Bytes Game Studios Gothic (vide ... a football club in Norwich, England New Gothic Art SS Gothic (1893), a White Star Line ship SS Gothic (1920), a British cargo ship in service 1922-39 SS Gothic (1947), a Corinthic-class passenger and cargo ...
Darkseed (band) - Style and Influences
... take a more unconventional song writing method that aims more towards the gothic experimental route" ... In their first studio album, they changed their music to gothic metal and became a part of German gothic metal movement ... "History shows that German Gothic Metal isn’t the most exciting sound you can listen to ...
Saluzzo - Main Sights
... The Cathedral (1491–1501), in Lombard-Gothic style ... church of San Giovanni, begun in 1330 in Gothic style and completed in 1504 with Bramantesque influences ... It has a noteworthy Gothic façade ...
Raygun Gothic
... Raygun Gothic is a catchall term for a visual style that incorporates various aspects of the Googie, Streamline Moderne and Art Deco architectural styles when applied to retro-futuristic science fiction ... Academic Lance Olsen has characterised Raygun Gothic as "a tomorrow that never was" ...

Famous quotes containing the word gothic:

    Civil servants and priests, soldiers and ballet-dancers, schoolmasters and police constables, Greek museums and Gothic steeples, civil list and services list—the common seed within which all these fabulous beings slumber in embryo is taxation.
    Karl Marx (1818–1883)

    The Gothic cathedral is a blossoming in stone subdued by the insatiable demand of harmony in man.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    I think that cars today are almost the exact equivalent of the great Gothic cathedrals: I mean the supreme creation of an era, conceived with passion by unknown artists, and consumed in image if not in usage by a whole population which appropriates them as a purely magical object.
    Roland Barthes (1915–1980)