RARE FOOTAGE found in the Attic! The Plague Concert at CBGB’s in NYC
Circa 1987 CBGB’s New York City Goth Rock Underground featuring Margot Day.
Filmed by Clayton of the LES.
The Plague circa 1987 NYC @ CBGB’s
The Plague album “Naraka” available everywhere on ALL PLATFORMS
Margot Day: Vocals/Flute
Christian Richins: Guitar
Filmed by Clayton Patterson of the LES NYC New York Underground 80’s Scene
The Plague was a powerful force in the growth of the 80’s goth scene. The Plague album “Naraka” is a classic. “It is almost as if she sensed the timelessness of the band’s music even from the outset of their beginnings… the Plague sounds as fresh today as it did in 1987; only viewing it in hindsight clearly indicates the prophetic visions that our chanteuse, Margot Day, seemed to channel while the rest of the world was falling apart. The Plague helped usher in this trend of music that spoke of the desolation of the streets as well as the forlorn melancholy of love-gone-wrong… Margot Day, then as well as now, remains a glittering living muse; inspired as much as she is inspiring”. – Mike Ventarola
Margot Day’s newest project is Metamorph