Jul 2017 26

Bar XIII, Wilmington, DE – 07/08/2017
 
I Love Industrial 2017-07-08

 

Standing on the outskirts of Wilmington, DE on Philadelphia Pike, Bar XIII may not be the largest venue one would expect to see and hear some of the most raucous and ravishing bands in the industrial music scene, but it has proven to be one of the most reliable. On the warm Saturday night of July 8, 2017, the venue continued its tradition of original music, strange people, and craft beer with the I Love Industrial night – presented and hosted by eminent scene DJs Mike Saga and Elijvh Vrms to keep the bass and the beats pumping, this night was a special presentation of not only three of the surrounding local scene’s hardest hitting industrial/metal acts, but also showcased a headlining performance from Los Angeles powerhouse 3TEETH!

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Jul 2017 26

Angelspit announces "tough as f*ck" seventh album
 
Electro/punk act Angelspit has announced the release of the band’s seventh album, titled Black Dog Bite, due out in Fall of 2017. Front man Zoog Von Rock states that the album “will keep you throwing office chairs at your computer moniter,” describing the album as “tough as f*ck,” a slamming combination of heavy beats, dirty synths, and scathing vocals with cynical lyrics dealign with politics and personal issues – in other words, the classic Angelspit sound. [..]

Jul 2017 26

Alison Moyet pays tribute to LGBTQ in the U.K. with latest single, music video, and concert
 
Pop, jazz, and electro chanteuse Alison Moyet has unveiled the music video for the second single from her critically acclaimed album Other, titled “The Rarest Birds.” A longtime advocate of equal rights in the LGBTQ community and a patron of the Diversity Role Models charity Moyet states that the song “celebrates a place where a person can be who they were meant to be,” as well as “freedom to identify where best we fit,” and “solidarity when it comes to individualism.” [..]

Jul 2017 26

Having completed a U.S. tour in support of the band’s 2016 Flicker Out album, Washington, DC electro/industrial duo Technophobia will be performing a special benefit concert for House of Ruth on Saturday, August 19 at the Black Cat. House of Ruth is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has for over four decades provided assistance for women, children, and families in great need, helping to end the cycles of homelessness and domestic violence to build lives of safety, stability, and independence. [..]

Jul 2017 21

Everpresent teases new album with single and music video
 
Everpresent, the synthpop/electro project of Matthew Cahoon, has released a new single, titled “Dreamstate,” with a corresponding music video. Featuring a guest performance from theatre/jazz vocalist Katelyn Isaacson, “Dreamstate” marks the first taste of the upcoming full-length album from Everpresent, Parallax [..]

Jul 2017 20

Mark Gemini Thwaite and Ashton Nyte sign with Cleopatra Records for second MGT album
 
MGT - Gemini NyteMGT – featuring guitarist Mark Gemini Thwaite and vocalist/songwriter Ashton Nyte – has signed with Cleopatra Records for the upcoming second full-length album, titled Gemini Nyte. The album marks a transition from what was initially Thwaite’s solo project, with Nyte having appeared on two of the more striking tracks from the 2016 Volumes debut, including the single “The Reaping.” Like the previous album, Gemini Nyte features the pair being joined by guest musicians, including Killing Joke drummer “Big Paul” Ferguson and vocalist Burton C. Bell [..]

Jul 2017 19

Android Lust announces sixth album
 
Android Lust - Berlin (Crater Vol. 2)Four years after the release of the first volume, experimental electro/industrial artist Android Lust has announced her sixth studio album, titled Berling (Crater Vol. 2). Funded via Kickstarter campaign and taking inspiration from her experiences in the titular German capital, Android Lust’s Shikhee states that Berlin has “spawned more than a few of my musical heroes.” Throughout 2015, Shikhee took many field audio recordings during her time exploring museums, famous studios, and abandoned buildings in Berlin [..]