Revolver has teamed with My Dying Bride for an exclusive white vinyl variant of their new EP, Macabre Cabaret, limited to 300 copies worldwide. Order yours before they’re gone!
My Dying Bride have made a career of mining misery for gold. A fan of the classical poets, OG doomsayer Aaron Stainthorpe fervently digs into the depths of destructive passion and cruel delusion to weave tales of loners who often perish in the end. The band’s latest exploration of the grim and foreboding, Macabre Cabaret, drops November 20th on Nuclear Blast. Funereal dirges, gloomy spoken word and megaton low-end haunt the EP’s four tracks.
By his own admittance, however, Stainthorpe is really “a quite happy person.” So to gain more insight into what inspires his exploration of the darker side of existence, we asked him to share his five favorite “miserable” albums. Check out his picks below.
NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Brides (www.brides.com) released findings from its 2020 American Wedding Study. What began as a holistic look at what weddings mean to couples in 2020, quickly transformed into a study about how a world-altering event—with ramifications for health, finance, culture, and relationships— impacted those ideals.
Brides surveyed over 1,400 American newlyweds in a range of demographics including age, race, income, geographic location, and sexual orientation. The results shed light on how the pandemic impacts attitudes toward weddings and marriage, and the result is an in-depth exploration of what motivates Americans to get married and have weddings today, and shows how couples have responded to a time of upheaval and uncertainty.
“Couples have pivoted their planning—and gotten creative with microweddings and virtual ceremonies—to celebrate with their families in a safe way,” said Roberta Correia, Editorial Director, Brides. “If anything,
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PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — BHLDN, Anthropologie’s wedding brand, is pivoting to an online approach for Bridal Fashion Week. The brand, which has historically held in-person events exclusively for the press, will share a first look at its newest collection directly to brides via bhldn.com and a virtual event with Love Stories TV.
Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8783951-bhldn-first-look-of-spring-2021-bridal-fashion-week/
The first look features 12 new wedding gowns, including several additions to BHLDN’s recently-launched Plus collection. The gowns are available for pre-order at https://www.bhldn.com/categories/bride-spring-wedding-dresses.
“As we look ahead to 2021, we’ve also taken a moment to reflect on 2020,” says Lori Conley, BHLDN General Merchandise Manager. “We’ve
K-Pop group BLACKPINK are taking over North America this year with their catchy hits and collabs with artists such as Selena Gomez.
Now, BLACKPINK are also winning over the hearts of Black Veil Brides fans. The BVB Army have noticed a subtle nod to the band in BLACKPINK’s new video for “Lovesick Girls.”
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Although BLACKPINK and Black Veil Brides’ music couldn’t be more different, their worlds are colliding in the “Lovesick Girls” video. The BVB members may not appear alongside the girl group, but they still managed to make a surprising cameo.
BLACKPINK dropped the “Lovesick Girls” video on Oct. 1. The video is filled with some iconic choreography and sets. However, it is the group’s wardrobe that is catching the attention of the BVB Army.
From the venue to the flowers, the dress to the food, there seems to be endless costs – not to mention the difficulty of planning in 2020, when the pandemic has thrown the industry for a loop.
If you’re panicking about your budget, take a deep breath.
We asked former brides to share their top tips on how to keep costs low, and what areas to skip spending money on altogether.
Emmie, 27, married in 2019
Remember that your family and friends are there to help – and they each have their own talents!
My mum’s friend (a trained florist) did our flowers for a reduced price, my sister (who loves to bake) did our cake, an old school teacher (who loves crafts) made our favours, and my brother in law (tech whiz)
When Harneet Sidhu met Sim Brar online in May 2019, they say “they felt as if they’d known each other their whole lives.”
It came as no surprise when Sim, a software engineer, proposed to his Harneet, a school teacher, just seven months later. He enlisted the help of Harneet’s sister when it came time to pop the question, creating a handmade scrapbook that would house the ring. “Already excited about the idea of a scrapbook, I opened it up, and on the very first page was written ‘Our Wedding Day,’ with the engagement ring resting on the page. It was thoughtful, sweet, and the best way I could have imagined,” exclaims Harneet.
With a ring on her finger, the bride knew exactly where she wanted to say “I do” to Sim: her parent’s backyard in Vancouver, British Columbia. “It had been a dream of mine to have a boho-style
“I almost thought at the end, I would not have a dress and would have to cancel the day before my wedding,” said Ferenchick.
Shannon is thankful she got her dress the day before her June wedding, but she knows other brides who shopped at Gerri Bridal Shoppe in Pittston aren’t having the same luck.
“Dress designers in other countries and other states might have been shut down and have issues, I do understand that. I do feel for them. At the same time you have a responsibility to communicate with your customers and let them know what is going on. Especially right now, we’re under so much stress. To not know what is going on with our dresses is unacceptable,”
Planning a wedding, even before the pandemic, came with a lot of responsibilities. For starters, you had to book a venue, fine-tune the guest list, and, of course, find the perfect wedding dress. Now, on top of those decisions — plus those ensuring the safest wedding day possible — another to-do has been added to every bride’s pre-wedding checklist: buying a wedding-appropriate face mask. The same goes for your wedding party and your guests.
At an event as heavily photographed as a wedding, whether you’re seated on the bride’s side of the aisle or you are the bride, you may want a style that’s a little more photo-worthy than a standard medical mask. But, while the face covering should be aesthetically pleasing and on par with your wedding-day look visually, it should still be effective against the spread of COVID-19. According to the CDC, face masks should have two or