You Should Add NECRONOMIDOL Vinyl to Your Collection

Update: Now available!

You may have seen this from NECRONOMIDOL:

Yep! The Dark Girls have re-released their NEMESIS album on vinyl through Specific Recordings. That is, the Specific Recordings that’s based in France. That can swing distribution around Europe and the Americas. That … uh …

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And All It Costs Is Your Soul. Possibly Blood. Definitely Sanity.

I have nothing to add. The album is good. If you need more Necronomidol in your life, it just got a little bit easier.

And I’m pretty sure there’s a solar eclipse happening outside right now.


You Can Now See Translated and Romaji-fied Necronomidol Lyrics

Don’t start posting lyrics. You’ll start to succumb to the pressure to keep posting lyrics and then you’ll just be a weird lyrics site and not everybody has translated lyrics and you’ll look like a doofus and don’t post lyrics you’re j

Do you ever sit around, listening to idols sing, and wonder what they’re actually singing about? Of course you do. It’s very unlikely that you’d be looking at this site if you didn’t. Well, add TWO more resources to your list (or three, I guess?), as Necronomidol‘s lyrics are beginning to make their way online in a way that people who can’t read Japanese scripts will find accessible, even literate! Continue reading


I Review Things: Necronomidol | “NEMESIS”

Disclaimer: Necronomidol holds a special place in my heart; not only were they one of the first dark idol groups that I came across, they grabbed my attention like few things have since. I’ve been looking forward to the release of NEMESIS ever since before it was announced; a fully fledged Necroma doing big-time studio work.

In terms of how it’s in my hands, a very kind friend sent along a copy. Of the actual CD! It’s very cool and has Sari’s bloody hands on the inside (photography; shipping actual bloody hands is probably illegal).

On to the review!
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Necronomidol’s Album Is Out, but I Still Can’t Listen to It

For a while now in Japan, Necronomidol‘s debut full-length album, Nemesis, has been in stores and for sale and being purchased and listened to by other people who really like Necroma and want them to succeed.

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