One of today’s hardest working musicians, Sin Quirin speaks with ReGen in this final part of a three-part InterView series with the members of Society 1, telling us about his return and what the future holds for him and his various projects.
Bassist and second longest serving member of the band, DV Karloff speaks with ReGen in part two of a three-part InterView series with the members of Society 1, touching on his musical and creative role in the band.
In this first of a three-part InterView series with the members of Society 1, vocalist/front man Matt “The Lord” Zane speaks with ReGen on the latest incarnation of the band, its musical and creative evolution, the return of guitarist Sin Quirin, and life as a working musician.
Distortion Productions has signed industrial icon En Esch and will release his second solo album SPÄNK on February 10, 2015. Esch held a PledgeMusic campaign for SPÄNK over the course of 2014, achieving 115% of his goal. [..]
Al Jourgensen (MINISTRY), Joe Elliott (Def Leppard), Joey Santiago (Pixies), and Eddie Ojeda (Twisted Sister) have announced their involvement in the feature film The Bridge and have launched an IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign for it, according to Variety Magazine. The project also includes Tiny Biuso of TSOL, Ricky Warwick of Black Star Riders/Thin Lizzy and Sin Quirin of MINISTRY.
The $300,000 crowdfunding campaign, which also benefits the Fender Music Foundation in addition to funding the film, will offer fans experiences like building their own guitar at the Fender Factory [..]
Industrial doom act Author & Punisher has announced a 10-day West Coast U.S. tour, beginning December 3. “There are four reasons to come check out this Author & Punisher tour,” says Tristan Shone. “First, I will be playing mostly new material fresh from the studio with Philip H. Anselmo. Second, this tour will be painful as all hell, as I drag out a combination of both old and new Drone Machines that I literally have to climb over to get in and out of and will likely ruin me and the underpaid slaves I employ. [..]
Ric Laciak, the founder and driving force behind underground electro/industrial label RAS DVA Records, has died having succumbed to cancer. He was a well known radio DJ for WMSE 91.7 FM in Milwaukee, WI, a writer for Industrial Nation, and at one time had worked for Zoth Ommog’s Music Research GmbH. [..]