The Gethsemane Option album cover
The Gethsemane Option

The Legendary Pink Dots


The Legendary Pink Dots moved to the Metropolis label in America in the early 2010s, a move that continued their long-running if still almost accidental grouping with the continuing goth and industrial underground in that country and beyond. It was a fruitful move in any event, with their 2013 debut for them, The Gethsemane Option, another strong standout in what by then had become a vast number of albums. Emphasizing a rich, moody electronic sound throughout, key songs included the striking opener “A Star is Born,” the near-whispered “Pendulum” and the vividly intense “Esher Everywhere.”

Ned Raggett

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