Sep 2018 15

Fishhead Cantina, Halethorpe, MD – 08/03/2018
 

 

It can truly be said that Julien-K is one of this generation’s great success stories. Blending electronic, alternative rock, and pop stylings into a musical sound that is as classic as it is modern, the band continues to showcase an ever evolving visual aesthetic that recalls the fashion forward attitudes of Duran Duran and Depeche Mode. Through numerous crowdfunding campaigns, the Julien-K fanbase has proven to be one of the most loyal and supportive in today’s music scene [..]

Sep 2018 15

Aftershock, Merriam, KS – 07/13/2018
 

 

Just before the band kicked off its stint as the opening act for the Revolution 3 Tour, Julien-K performed a handful of headlining shows, one of which occurred in Merriam, KS, on the western part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The show also doubled as a local music showcase, with a diverse mix of new, old, and some returning bands. [..]

Sep 2018 13

Poptone
 
The names of Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins are practically etched into the minds of underground alternative, post-punk, and gothic rock fans – as two of the founding members of Bauhaus, they helped to lay the groundwork for the darker atmospheres that have pervaded every aspect of the scene for 40 years. [..]

Sep 2018 13

My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult continues 30th Anniversary tour for East Coast run in Spring
 
For any band to last three years is something of an accomplishment, but My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult has last three decades – no small feat, even for one of the most enduring and beloved acts in the underground industrial scene. One of the staples of the WaxTrax! era, Thrill Kill Kult is beloved for the band’s raunchy and raucous blend of funk-inspired bass lines and dance grooves with a decidedly outsider visual and lyrical aesthetic that blends satire, Satanism, and sleaze into a singularly surreal concoction. Celebrating 2018 with the 30th Anniversary Show Tour earlier this year [..]

Sep 2018 07

The Paris Theatre, Portland, OR
Friday, 08/10/2018 – Sunday, 08/12/2018
 

 

ReGen Magazine was privileged to be named a co-sponsor of this year’s PIGFest 3.0 in Portland, OR. Showcasing some of the Pacific Northwestern industrial and goth scene’s finest musical talents, this third installment of the regional festival was an event not to be missed, with bands like 16volt, H3llb3nt, God Module, Unter Null, Particle Son, Murder Weapons, Dead Animal Assembly Plant, Die Robot, and more! In a special contribution from writer John Glabach, along with some accounts from Dawn Woodkill of Murder Weapons and the members of Photona, ReGen Magazine is proud to present this firsthand account of PIGFest 3.0! [..]

Jul 2018 23

The Riot Room, Kansas City, MO – 06/03/2018
 

 

“Making life livable since 1988.” – Phil “Phildo” Owen

 

ReGen was lucky enough to catch one of the few shows on the Skatenigs/CHANT tour, one of what according to CHANT’s Bradley Bills was the last of only five shows on the tour… a tour celebrating Skatenigs’ thirtieth anniversary as a band and CHANT’s fifteenth anniversary of performing live. [..]

Jul 2018 21

Ram’s Head Live, Baltimore, MD – 04/23/2018
 

 

It has been said that Al Jourgensen writes his best material when a Republican is office, providing him a focus for his anti-right wing sociopolitical leanings to manifest into a hard hitting onslaught of industrialized metal. The overwhelmingly positive responses to MINISTRY’s latest album – AmeriKKKant [..]

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