Sep 2016 29

Athan Maroulis reissues his first record
 
Athan Maroulis reissues his first recordAthan Maroulis – best known as the front man for Spahn Ranch and NOIR – has reissued his very first record; originally released in 1986, House of Morals is the debut and only release from Fahrenheit 451. This 30th Anniversary Edition includes the original four track EP, produced by Roger Moutenot, as well as a demo of the track “Strangers on a Train” from 1985 as a bonus track. Recorded when Maroulis was 19-years-old [..]

Sep 2016 26

Everpresent announces first instrumental EPSynthpop act Everpresent has announced its latest release, a six track EP titled Soloelektronika. Produced by front man Matthew Cahoon and Steve Catizone, the EP marks the band’s first fully instrumental release [..]

Sep 2016 21

Dead When I Found Her to release latest album in vinyl for the first time
 
Portland, OR industrial act Dead When I Found Her has announced a fall release for its fourth album, Eyes on Backwards on Artoffact Records. The follow-up to 2015’s All the Way Down, the album will mark the project’s first vinyl release and will coincide with the label’s reissue of the Harm’s Way debut. [..]

Sep 2016 21

Army of the Universe teases upcoming album with new music video
 
Army of the Universe, in anticipation of the band’s 1999 & The Aftershow, has released the music video for the track “1999,” which the band describes as “a neo-industrial track the band wrote after a visionary trip in its own past.” The album will be released on October 7 via Metropolis Records [..]

Sep 2016 21

Project Pitchfork to release new album and art book to celebrate 25th anniversary
 
Project Pitchfork to release new album and art book to celebrate 25th anniversaryPioneering dark electro act Project Pitchfork has announced a new album to celebrate the band’s 25th anniversary. Look Up, I’m Down There blends the sounds and inspirations of the group’s two-and-a-half decades into a sumptuous whole that transcends its individual components. Peter Spilles has delved deeply into himself to craft lyrics exploring the vastness of the human experience seen through the eyes of a single individual, with an underlying message of hope. [..]

Sep 2016 21

Rustblade reissues soundtrack to controversial Satyricon
 
Italy’s Rustblade continues its series of remastered soundtracks by great Italian horror composers with Academy Award winner Nino Rota’s score for the infamous Fellini Satyricon. The re-issue was recorded from recently rediscovered stereo masters in the EMI Italy vaults. Released in 1969, Fellini Satyricon (or simply Satyricon) is considered by many to be the most controversial movie of all time, telling the tale of a gladiator’s search for teenaged male lover loosely based on surviving fragments of an imperial Roman novel. [..]

Sep 2016 21

Vamps announce North American dates to support latest singles, upcoming album
 
Japanese rock band Vamps has announced a six date fall 2016 North American headline tour with special guest Citizen Zero, whose current single, “Go (Let Me Save You)” is number 23 on the rock charts. The tour comes on the heels of several sold out Tokyo dates with In This Moment and Apocalyptica and revisits several cities Vamps played supporting 2015’s tour with Sixx:A.M. and Apocalyptica. [..]