Apr 2018 06

The Anix invites listeners to "Fight the Future" with preview of new single
 
Having recently signed with independent electronic label FiXT music, The Anix – the Los Angeles electro/rock project of Brandon Smith – has unleashed its brand new single, titled “Fight the Future” via YouTube. With The Anix now fully transitioned from a band to Smith’s own solo project, “Fight the Future” showcases his strengths as both a producer and songwriter, with ethereal and pulsating electronics topped off by shimmering guitar textures and Smith’s darkly emotic and melodic vocals; everything The Anix has been up to now, but streamlined with a more sharply singular focus. Cinematic in scope, anthemic in its tone, and infectiously rhythmic, “Fight the Future” is just the first taste of the upcoming full-length follow-up to 2017’s Ephemeral. [..]

Apr 2018 05

KMFDM announces new limited edition 2-LP vinyl re-release of 1995 album
 
The Ultra Heavy Beat continues in 2018 as KMFDM is currently in the studio with a new album in the works; in the meantime, the band follows hot on the heels of 2017’s Hell Yeah with a new vinyl 2-LP remaster of the 1995 album NIHIL. This new vinyl edition is limited to 1,000 physical copies – 450 in green vinyl, 225 in black, and 225 in smoke grey; in addition will be a deluxe aluminum metal cover edition limited to 100 copies hand manufactured by Ohio based metalworker Rachel Schutt. [..]

Apr 2018 05

Julien-K to tour East Coast as support act for Revolution 3
 
Having recently released the Time Capsule – A Future Retrospective four-disc set and hard at work on the upcoming album Harmonic Disruptor, Julien-K announces that the band will be touring the East Coast of the U.S. in July. The innovative electro/rock group will be performing as support for the Revolution 3 tour [..]

Apr 2018 04

Gang of Four announces new EP, studio album
 
English post-punk group Gang of Four has announced a new EP, titled Complicit, to be released on April 20, with plans to release a full-length studio album in summer. This marks the first new material from the band since 2015’s What Happens Next, with the EP addressing themes of sociopolitical turmoil and as a means for producer and founding member Andy Gill to advance his writing partnership with front man Gaoler. [..]

Apr 2018 03

Idiot Stare releases new album to honor departed lead vocalist Blayne Alexander
 
In June of 2017, just over two years after losing lead vocalist Blayne Alexander to cancer, L.A. industrial/rock group Idiot Stare returned with the provocative single Into the Dirt, marking the first output from the band since the 2012 album Unknown to Millions. Now, Idiot Stare unleashes a new album titled Enough, released on April 3, 2018 to commemorate Blayne Alexander’s birthday. [..]

Apr 2018 03

Ritual Aesthetic signs with Cleopatra Records for upcoming sophomore album
 
Having earlier this year released the track “The Analog Flesh” from the band’s upcoming sophomore album, Denver, Colorado based industrial/metal act Ritual Aesthetic has now officially signed with Cleopatra Records. Following up on the 2014 Decollect debut, Wound Garden shows the band further exploring its roots in aggressive metal combined with atmospheric and pulsating synths, with a release date planned for summer of 2018. [..]

Apr 2018 03

New music video from Waylon Reavis fronted A Killer's Confession
 
Fronted by former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis, A Killer’s Confession has released a music video for the band’s new single “Angel on the Outside.” Directed by Scott Johnson of Rock Titan TV, the video and song’s themes deal with accepting responsibility and learning from action to make better choices; as Reavis explains, the song “shows how decisions can change the course of your life forever – sometimes for good and sometimes bad.” [..]

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