Goddamn Goths On Meth is a musical project behind composer and multi-instrumentalist Robert Bryant. He has a broad creative scope and a very in-your-face twist. This outspoken performer is all about experimenting with different genres, borrowing from the massive vibes of Industrial, the endless possibilities of electronic experimental composition, and the lush textures of ambient, not to mention the dark edge of gothic and dark-wave sounds. Goddamn Goths On Meth has developed a personable blend of sound that feels iconoclastic and haunting, with engrossing atmospheres and immersive production aesthetics. The project has recently released a very special rendition of “Graceless”, by The National, and he is also experimenting more with his original tracks, including ‘Hide And Seek’ ‘Satan’s: Sexsane’, And Arlente, which will also be accompanied by a matching music video.
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