Goth Diva CHELSEA WOLFE Reveals Doom And Gloom Jam ‘DIANA’

28 May 2021

Artist: CHELSEA WOLFE (Roseville, CA)
Who: Goth heroine active since 2009
6 solo albums so far

New track: DIANA

A doom and gloom jam that will feature on an all-star soundtrack album for
a comic-book series called Dark Nights: Death Metal. The compilation includes
comics-inspired songs by artists like Soccer Mommy, IDLES,, Show Me The Body,
and the Mastodon. The LP will hit the streets on 18th June.

Dim the lights, here comes Chelsea…



(image on top: cover of Wolfe’s 2019 album ‘Body Of Violence’)

Expect Goosebumps When CHELSEA WOLFE & EMMA RUTH RUNDLE Team Up

28 January 2021

When iconic Goth diva Chelsea Wolfe and arresting singer/songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle (Red Sparowes / Marriages) join forces you’ll expect a moonstruck wall-of-dark-sound but none of that here.

Their first collaborative duet, a track called ANHEDONIA is a gripping goosebumps ballad. A soul-stirring exploit with two startling heart and soul voices – although at times it feels like PJ Harvey and Angel Olsen are somewhere in there too – exploring dark dimensions.

Put your headphones on, dim the lights, close your eyes and dream away…

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Really Excorsistic Music For Really Excorsistic People – CHELSEA WOLFE Covers THE CRAMPS

8 September 2020

(Artwork LP Wolfe)

A couple of months ago a cracking covers compilation honoring psychobilly icons
The Cramps hit our messed-up planet. Also messed-up is the oddball title of the album: Really Bad Music For Really Bad People: The Cramps as Heard Through the Meat Grinder of Three One G . Got it?

The line-up of the participating artists features among
others: TV Set, Metz, Qui, Zeis! feat Mike Patton, and Daugthers.

The one that did and still does my head in is the darktastic performance by doom and gloom priestess CHELSEA WOLFE turning SHEENA’S IN A GOTH GANG into a back-breaking industrial juggernaut. Really excorsistic music for really excorsistic.

Big beats from Badsville!.

Press play and release the human flies…

The original


(photo on top: FB Chelsea Wolfe)

CHELSEA WOLFE Shares Mystifying Musing From Upcoming Album – Here’s ‘AMERICAN DARKNESS’…

Brand new sonic impulses

16 July 2019

(photo: Nona Limmen – new LP cover)

After her 2017 LP ‘His Spun‘ the first music from gloomy troubadour CHELSEA WOLFE
was a Roky Ericskon cover to pay tribute to the psychedelic rocker who recently passed away. A few weeks ago she announced her new longplayer ‘Birth Of Violence‘ and shared moony lead single ‘The Mother Road’ and today she launched a second track. ‘AMERICAN DARKNESS’ is a mystifying and puzzling pop noir ballad. Capture the twilight vibe here…


CHELSEA WOLFE Seduces Strangely With Brand New Moony Track ‘THE MOTHER ROAD’…

Brand new sonic impulses

18 June 2019

(photo: Nona Limmen / artwork for new album by John Crawford)

After her 2017 LP ‘His Spun‘ the first music from gloomy troubadour CHELSEA WOLFE
was an Roky Ericskon cover to pay tribute to the psychedelic rocker who recently passed away. And today, the Los Angeles artist announced new album, called ‘Birth Of Violence‘. And here’s the first cut.

THE MOTHER ROAD’ is a spellbinding musing with strong lines like: “I do not have a child, but I’m old enough to know some pain” and “And I’m hell bent on loving you/ Women know what it is to endure.”

Check the full reflection right here…