Jan 2020 22

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Los Angeles darkwave trio Ashrr has released the Darker Days mix of the “All Yours All Mine” single from the band’s 2019 debut album Oscillator. Covering themes of social anxiety and confronting oneself, lead vocalist and songwriter Steven Davis comments that “We have no better foil than ourselves.” As such, the music video presents these issues, “wrestling with yourself [..]

Jan 2020 22

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Formed in 2007 as a more experimental side project of Serbian industrial act dreDDup, MRT has released a music video for the new single, “Bootty FaL.” Utilizing found footage from director Lawrie Brewster’s The Unkindness of Ravens, the video presents a monochromatic onslaught of imagery both mystical and violent [..]

Jan 2020 21

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Celebrating the release of a new album last year, German industrial/metal titans Rammstein will be embarking on a tour of North America. Beginning on August 20 in Montreal, Quebec, and concluding on September 27 in Mexico City, with stops including Chicago, Philadelphia, D.C., Los Angeles, and more [..]

Jan 2020 17

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One month after revealing the debut single in November 2019, former Sektor 304 founder André Coelho now announces the release of the debut album from his latest outlet, Metadevice. Titled Studies For a Vortex, the album was mastered by John Stillings (Steel Hook Prostheses) and will feature a number of other guest contributors [..]

Jan 2020 17

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Hailing from France, Ephemeral Machine makes its debut with the “Artificial Intelligence” single, a vocoder-drenched cinematic electro/rock epic inspired by the likes of Celldweller, Muse, and Soul Extract. Written and produced entirely by Ephemeral Machine, and mixed and mastered by Universe Reload [..]

Jan 2020 17

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Greek synth/punk project Mechanimal has released “Stolen Flesh,” the bittersweet second single and video from the upcoming album, Crux. The song is dedicated to a departed friend of the band [..]

Jan 2020 17

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Birmingham industrial/doom duo Khost has announced the release of its fourth album, Buried Steel, as the follow up to 2017’s Governance. Imagining a world of towers and monuments turned to vine choked ruins, the new record finds Khost incorporating elements recovered and pieced together from damaged analogue equipment [..]

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