With a release planned for late 2014, filmmakers Amélie Ravalec and Travis Collins discuss the process behind Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay, a film exploring the fundamental beginnings of a provocative and creative artistic/musical genre.
Canadian electro/alternative rock band The Rabid Whole is currently streaming its newest single, “Don’t Stop Now,” through YouTube. Originally premiering through Bloody Disgusting, the single comes from the band’s upcoming EP, Problems, to be released September 23. “After a year of all kinds of monumental bullshit, we’re finally ready to release the aptly titled, Problems,” says Andreas Weiss. [..]
Information Society has announced a PledgeMusic campaign to help fund the release of its newest album, _Hello World, to be released on September 23 via Hakatak International. “We wanted to insure that as many people as possible are exposed to the new album,” explains Paul Robb. “It’s difficult to connect with fans who don’t already follow us on Facebook and Twitter. PledgeMusic offers us an opportunity to reach fans, old and new [..]
Shortly after the dissolution of 16volt, Eric Powell now announces the formation of a new band, Black December. Featuring former 16volt collaborators Andy Gerold (also of Ashes Divide and Marilyn Manson) and Keith Hirshman, along with Tim Kelleher (of Filter and 30 Seconds to Mars) [..]
Seattle based industrial/rock act More Machine Than Man has just announced that the band’s next release will be an EP titled Something Ventured, Nothing Gained. Following up on 2012′s highly acclaimed Dark Matter and produced by Wade Alin, the EP features two new songs and a variety of remixes [..]
After Justin K. Broadrick resurrected the eminent industrial/metal band in 2010, Godflesh is now set to release its first full-length album of new material in 13 years. Due out on October 6 on the band’s own Avalanche Recordings, A World Lit Only by Fire [..]
16volt has announced a permanent hiatus, according to founder and front man Eric Powell. “There are many factors that contribute to this decision,” Powell states via the announcement on the 16volt Facebook page, “including the retirement of 18 year member, Mike Peoples. We have many skeletons, ghosts and baggage and we are stifled by our own existence, the band has more than run it’s course.” Peoples’ retirement was announced in May through the band’s Facebook.
Powell continues, “It’s not over. [..]