Jun 2018 15

Second single revealed from impending Lord of the Lost album
 
As the release of Thornstar approaches, German dark rock band Lord of the Lost unleashes the second single and music video from the group’s sixth full-length album, titled “Morgana.” Directed by Matteo Vdiva Gabbiani and Chiara Cerami for VDpictures and featuring La Esmeralda in the title role, “Morgana” depicts a deity from the mythological Panngaeians [..]

Jun 2018 15

Juno Reactor unveils second single, music video from The Mutant Theatre
 
“I always wanted to have a big show, a Barbarella meets Pan’s Labyrinth tableau with a sci-fi edge, set to trance and psy-trance music,” states Juno Reactor’s Ben Watkins. With his latest release, due out on June 22 via Metropolis Records, titled Juno Reactor – The Mutant Theatre, he takes the eminent electronic project closer toward achieving that vision. [..]

Jun 2018 15

The Black Queen announces second album
 
Los Angeles electronic/coldwave band The Black Queen, having announced a string of festival and European tour dates, has announced the release of its sophomore full-length album, Infinite Games. Following two years after the group’s critically and commercially acclaimed Fever Daydream debut [..]

Jun 2018 13

In a special three-part series, ReGen Magazine speaks with the three primary members of legendary industrial “supergroup” C-Tec on the eve of the band’s reformation at this year’s ColdWaves events.
 

 

An InterView with Ged Denton of C-Tec, Der Prosector, & Scere
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Jun 2018 13

Everpresent launches latest music video
 
Synthpop/electro band Everpresent has unveiled the music video for the track “Inside,” the fifth track from 2017’s Parallax. Featuring a performance from model, producer, and theatre/jazz vocalist Katelyn Isaacson, and edited and produced by Everpresent guitarist and electro/rock producer Kahlina Venix, the video was filmed by Creative Synergy Media [..]

Jun 2018 13

Cold Spring issues live collaborative recording from COIL, Zos Kia, and Marc Almond
 
Experimental music label Cold Spring has announced the release of How to Destroy Angels, featuring Soft Cell front man Marc Almond, Zos Kia’s John Gosling, and COIL’s John Balance and Peter Christopherson. Recorded on August 24, 1983 at the Air Gallery in London, UK, and dubbed “A Slow Fade to Total Transparency,” the record features the complete recording of the 23-minute-long piece “How to Destroy Angels,” along with a previously unheard remix by Gosling [..]

Jun 2018 13

Laibach marks U.S./North Korea summit with reinterpretation of Korean folk song
 
Slovenian avant-garde industrial group Laibach has marked the United States/North Korea summit with a new version of the track “Arirang,” a re-interpretation of a traditional Korean folksong, which Laibach first performed on the controversial 2015 North Korean tour. The updated track, which is dedicated to the reunification process, is combined with a well known North Korean song, “We Will Go to Mount Paektu,” and features vocals by Boris Benko and the North Korean Kum Song Music School Choir [..]

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