Nottingham’s finest sons of Postpunk-Goffic Rock were amongst the most unique and active bands of the Mothercountry since their foundation in 1986. Every New Dead Ghost -the opposite of etheral, aesthetic Artgoth, but rather forceful and direct, motocross boots rather than stilettos, leather rather than velvet.
3 glorious studio albums, 1 live album and a bunch of spectacular singles / EP’s is what this legendary band has left us after their demise in 1992; a time when polished (and mostly gloomy-for-the-sake-of-gloom-) Goth seemed to be the only variety to be able to attract the goth masses, in the face of which the quartet decided to call it a day -after years of hard struggle, massive touring and storming performances.
Their own goth variety, a sensational und inspired postpunky mixture of Killing Joke, Play Dead and Southern Death Cult with loads of own potential came to an end. But for many years onwards no decent dancefloor could possibly do without ENDG’s driving and stomping supersmashers such as awe-inspiring "Miranda" and "Assassin", "Obvious", or their probably most famous track, the Gothic Rock hymn "Not In A Lifetime", which Mick Mercer included in his classic first 'Gothic Rock' compilation. [SOURCE: STROBELIGHT RECORDS]