Jul 2017 13

Satyricon announces ninth album, European tour
 
Satyricon - Deep Calleth Upon DeepAfter nearly three years, Satyricon’s ninth studio album, Deep Calleth Upon Deep is set for a September 22 release on Napalm Records. The album – recorded earlier this year in Oslo, Norway, and Vancouver, Canada, and mixed by celebrated engineer and producer Mike Fraser, who is best known for his work with AC/DC and previously worked with SATYRICON on 2006’s Now, Diabolical – marks a turning point for the group. Front man Satyr explains that he decided “…either this is the beginning of something new or it’s gonna be my last record. If this is going to be the last, then it needs to be something special. [..]

Jul 2017 13

Nine Inch Nails releases details of new EP, shares new song
 
Having recently announced that December’s Not the Actual Events EP would be the first in a trilogy, Nine Inch Nails has teased via Twitter details of the follow-up, titled Add Violence, with a digital release date of July 21. Like the previous release, the new EP will be made available in vinyl and CD formats on September 1, along with a “physical component,” [..]

Jul 2017 10

The Qemists to release companion EP to latest full-length album
 
The Qemists - Warrior SoundsystemGenre-bending U.K. electro/rockers The Qemists will release Warrior Soundsystem, the follow up EP to the 2016 full-length album, Warrior Sound, on July 14 via the North American indie label FiXT. The EP is a blend of new songs, live tracks, and remixes featuring The Qemists’ signature eclectic sensibilities with hard driving rock tracks, including a cover of KoRn’s “Blind,” alongside pulsating EDM remixes [..]

Jul 2017 10

Thievery Corporation begins U.S. tour
 
Hot on the heels of a successful transatlantic tour, Washington, DC’s Thievery Corporation has kicked off a round of U.S. dates in support of the latest album, The Temple of I & I. Recorded in Port Antonio, Jamaica, the album is a full immersion into the dub culture and aesthetic that has inspired the band since its debut, the Sounds from Thievery Hi-Fi EP. The group’s return to the States began with two very special hometown shows at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts [..]

Jul 2017 10

CAN releases third music video from latest vinyl singles collection
 
A new full-length video for CAN’s “Vitamin C,” the third in a series of three created by Josh Graham at Suspended In Light, has been released in conjunction with the release of The Singles, a triple vinyl collection of the German avant-garde pioneers single releases. The striking minimalistic retro-futuristic video in sleek black and white picks up where the previous two – “She Brings the Rain” and “Dizzy Dizzy” – left off.
The Singles is the first time that all of the singles from the groundbreaking and constantly evolving band have been presented together. [..]

Jul 2017 04

Anneke van Giersbergen's band VUUR releases single, launches album contest, announces tour dates
 
VUUR – the progressive metal project fronted by Dutch vocalist/musician Anneke van Giersbergen – has released the first single from the upcoming debut album In This Moment We Are Free – Cities. “Days Go By – London” features soaring vocals and shimmering guitars, channeling the contrast between the frenetic energy and historic elegance of the city. Each of the 11 tracks was inspired by a city van Giersbergen encountered on tour. She explains that, “Often I have a strong feeling for a city where I perform. It can be anything, sometimes I visualize a city as a man or a character [..]

Jul 2017 01

Juno Reactor releases first single from new project
 
Juno Reactor & The Mutant Theater - Our World“Our world will be never be quite the same again.” The latest evolution of trance pioneer Ben Watkins’ Juno Reactor project, Juno Reactor & The Mutant Theater, has released “Our World,” the first single from the upcoming full length debut album, Mutant Land. The offshoot grew from a performance at 2016’s Ozora Festival featuring Russian performance groups Agnivo and Stigma Show alongside Juno Reactor [..]