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Notable post-punk groups that presaged that genre include Siouxsie and the Banshees, Joy Division and Bauhaus.

The goth subculture has survived much longer than others of the same era, and has continued to diversify and spread throughout the world.

Later that year, the term was also used by Joy Division's manager, Tony Wilson on 15 September in an interview for the BBC TV programme's Something Else: Wilson described Joy Division as "gothic" compared to the pop mainstream, right before a live performance of the band.

However, it was not until the early-1980s that gothic rock became a coherent music subgenre within post-punk, and that followers of these bands started to come together as a distinctly recognizable movement.

The term "gothic rock" was coined in 1967 by music critic John Stickney to describe a meeting he had with Jim Morrison in a dimly lit wine-cellar which he called "the perfect room to honor the Gothic rock of the Doors".

The Goth subculture of the 1980s drew inspiration from a variety of sources. Among the mythologies that proved influential in Goth were Celtic mythology, Christian mythology, Egyptian mythology, and various traditions of Paganism. and as a bit of a warning I'm in a polygamy, so you won't be my one and only.. dark adding it but this world is dark as we all know, please only possible dating candidates comment.. if you're into that sort of "family" thing do comment, we help each other ease the pain with love and other neat stuff..If you've not yet joined Emo Scene sign up now, its completely free to send unlimited messages and only takes a couple of minutes!You can be chatting to 1000s of single emo girls and guys in a matter of minutes.They may have taken the "goth" mantle from a 1981 article published in UK rock weekly Sounds: "The face of Punk Gothique", In July 1982, the opening of the Batcave in London's Soho provided a prominent meeting point for the emerging scene, which would be briefly labelled "positive punk" by the NME in a special issue with a front cover in early-1983.

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