Sound, on Duke St, will be hosting Goth Prom for everyone that hates summer and happiness.

Do you ever feel like somewhere, deep inside your soul there’s still a bit of goth in you? A want to wear all black, put on Kerrang and hang outside The Courts all day slowly sweating off your eyeliner. If you feel this, you’re certainly not alone and Sound on Duke St plan on filling the goth-void in our lives. 

The goth subculture is a youth subculture that began in England during the early 1980s, where it developed from the audience of gothic rock, an offshoot of the post-punk genre. The name, goth subculture, derived directly from the music genre. With places like Quiggins open, it was easy to be a goth in Liverpool. 

Black punch, a prom band, corsages and an all black dress code. On the 21st July, Sound’s basement will make Marilyn Manson’s house look like Centreparcs. Tickets are £10, grab ‘em here.