Your own windowless basement in London Bridge, for just £2,000 a month.
A journey that spans "mall goths", the company's "Making A Monster" manifesto and a Christian activist who believes the cans contain hidden Satanic symbols.
The multi-denominational group celebrates faith in the alternative community, and, in doing so, enables something quietly revolutionary.
Let he who hath never shagged on a grave for 45 minutes cast the first stone.
After 20 years, Goth Day is facing massive cuts. The organizers say the economy and changes in tax law are responsible.
"I got my clit pierced on my lunch break.”