The Bats Have Left the Bell Tower, Eighth Day Magazine Issue Eight is Out Now!

Welcome to Eighth Day Magazine Issue Eight release the bats day! Issue Eight is now available from our website in Print and eMag form and in the next few days will also be available in Print form from Action Records in Preston and The Waterloo Music Bar in Blackpool!

Issue Eight features our Gothic Rock Special in which you will find exclusive interviews with Wayne Hussey of Gothic Rock monoliths The Mission, in which he discusses his life and career with not only The Mission, but also The Sisters of Mercy, Dead or Alive and Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls and also talks about his forthcoming autobiography; Dr. Diablo and the Rodent Show and ex-Alien Sex Fiend member, Rat Fink Jr. and his blood curdling sidekick, the Doctor (formerly of Section 25); Barnsley's Dark Punks System of Hate and the Fylde Coast's grave bothering psychobilly / gothabilly band Boneyard Zombies! PLUS, we take an in-depth look at The Cure's dark masterpiece 'Disintegration' to mark the album's thirtieth anniversary!

Elsewhere, you will find an exclusive interview with Leicester's psychedelic preachers Goldwater and Mr. T chats to Pete Fijalkowski from early '90s Creation Records indie meets baggy band, Adorable. We also look at how Anglo-Australian Liverpool-based band The Dry Retch have lovingly recreated The Stooges' lesser mentioned 1971 period on the new EP 'A Kick in the Gulags' and review Fontaines D.C.'s debut album 'Dogrel'! Meanwhile Chris Dischord reviews Jordan Peele's new horror 'Us'; Reg reports on The Outcasts; In Evil Hour; Bite Back; The Kirkz, Sinful Maggie live in Manchester and Flicknife Records co-founder Frenchy joins us for another rant! ***PLUS*** In another exclusive, we take a first listen to One Way System's first album in twenty years, 'Car Bombs in Babylon'! And this is isn't even all!

Yes, Issue Eight is a MONSTER and it is OUT NOW!

Endorsed by Keeping It Peel and RTÉ Radio 1.

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