Klayton, under his Scandroid moniker, has released a new single, titled “Rendezvous.” With a release date of April 28, the single follows the Dreams of Neo-Tokyo remix companion to the self-titled debut; featuring the track in both a vocal and instrumental version [..]
The Slovenian art/music collective Laibach has announced the release of the group’s latest album, titled Also Sprach Zarathustra. The album features updated versions of the compositions originally created for a theatrical production directed by Matjaž Berger for the Anton Podbevšek Theatre (APT) in Novo Mesto, Slovenia [..]
Dirk Krause (Armageddon Dildos) and Aidan Casserly (Empire State Human) have joined forced to form a new project, Ferrochrome; featuring an electric mix of darkly poetic lyrics and energetic electronic grooves, the band will be releasing its debut album, Medusa Water, on August 4 via Meshwork Music. [..]
Having recently performed in Philadelphia and New York, electronic duo Goldfrapp has unveiled the music video for “Systemagic,” the latest single from the band’s critically acclaimed Silver Eye album. In her directorial debut, vocalist Alison Goldfrapp expands on the artwork she created for the album [..]
Now free to explore his creative inclinations as he sees fit, Level 2.0’s Mike Hoffman explains to Beacon College’s William Nesbitt his own personal Resurgence.
An InterView with Mike Hoffman of Level 2.0
Having signed to international rock label earMusic and releasing the ROCKS – Milestones Reloaded collection in 2016, the pioneering industrial/rock group KMFDM has announced the release of a new five track EP, titled YEAH!, on June 23. The EP will feature edits of two brand new songs, as well as the album version of title track “Hell Yeah,” a remix by fellow German industrial/metal sensation Lord of the Lost, and a new remix of 2002’s “Attak/Reload” titled “ATTAK 2017.” [..]
Los Angeles alt./metal band Raven Black has unveiled the official music video for “Twinkle Twinkle Little Scars,” the new single off the group’s Seven Sins EP. Having premiered originally on Revolver Magazine, the video was directed by Josh Apple and shot by Andrew Spirk of Monobloc Studios, with art direction by Xavier LS Dellinger showcasing the band’s darkly playful visual style. [..]