Canada's Largest Dark Culture Magazine Takes a Step Up to the International Plate

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After proving its worth in Canada, Comatose Rose Magazine is expanding its base to the U.S.

Since its first issue in 2002, Comatose Rose ( http://www.comatoserose.com ) has again and again proven itself to be a valuable resource for the dark culture community in Canada. With their next issue, set to be released on November 15th, the magazine promises to capture a much larger audience with their move to distribution in both Canada and the U.S.

Started purely as a hobby for founder A.J. Knight, the magazine has quickly picked up attention from bands, models, and other key figures in the scene. In only two years the Comatose Rose staff has grown from one writer to over 25, with an audience that has grown even quicker than its writers have.

The November issue will feature interviews from Icon of Coil, Assemblage 23, COP International, Faith and the Muse, SITD, Tapping the Vein and more. Over 70 album reviews went into this edition, giving credit to the increasing level of support the magazine is receiving from bands in its genre. It will also feature some cosmetic changes (such as full gloss pages, more color, and a new section devoted to dark culture fashions) in addition to its expansion into new areas globally, proving to its fans that the magazine is devoted to the quality of the product they receive and not just getting more sales.

With its solid reputation and this explosion of new development in the magazine, Comatose Rose is showing a very promising new path.

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