Aug 2017 04

Distorted Retrospect - Fragment 1Distorted Retrospect
Category: Electro / EBM / Goth
Album: Fragment 1
Blurb: Languishing in the squalor of goth club and electro/EBM convention, this first outing from Washington, DC’s Distorted Retrospect struggles to establish an identity of its own, marred by subpar vocals.

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Aug 2017 04

Y-Luk-O - AutarkY-Luk-O
Category: Industrial
Album: Autark
Blurb: Raving German industrial act Y-Luk-O returns after some years to shake up your gears and blow your boots off with some sinister grinding new sounds!

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Aug 2017 04

Ghosts in the Graveyard - Monsters for the MassesGhosts in the Graveyard
Category: Shock Rock / Darkwave
Album: Monsters for the Masses
Blurb: Former God Module member Byron C. Miller takes his lifelong love for all things horror in a whole new direction with his new lo-fi darkwave project. Unfortunately, spotty vocal work tarnishes what would otherwise be a fun Halloween record.

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Aug 2017 04

Apoptygma Berzerk - Exit Popularity ContestApoptygma Berzerk
Category: Industrial / Electronic
Album: Exit Popularity Contest
Blurb: Norwegian futurepop artist returns again for an awe inspiring, captivating, and emotionally vibrant set of electronic compositions, but not as you remember!

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Aug 2017 04

Garek - Take the KingGarek
Category: Electro-pop / Industrial
Album: Take the King
Blurb: Rich in darkly electronic textures and emotive lyrics, Garek’s debut album resonates with the kind of theatricality and diverse quality that can appeal to a varied audience.

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Aug 2017 03

Matt Hart, London DJ and ex-Concrete Lung guitarist, announces latest EP, live solo debut
 
Matt Hart - Chaos Rising EPLondon based musician and DJ Matt Hart has announced his latest EP, titled Chaos Rising, to be released on August 11. Featuring artwork by the renowned Vlad McNeally of KallistiDesign, the EP is described by Hart as a “micro-concept album,” featuring themes of the chaos and turmoil that perpetuates our daily lives, while also taking a sci-fi narrative about the rise of chaos and humanity’s struggle against the takeover of machines. Chaos Rising also lyrically makes use of “In Flanders Fields,” a poem written by Canadian physician Lt. Col. John McCrae in May of 1915 on the battlefields of the First World War<--more--> while presiding over the funeral of a friend and fellow soldier; the poem was published in December of 1915 and is considered one of the most recognized and most quoted poems from the war, becoming a prominent symbol on Remembrance Day and Memorial Day.
The Chaos Rising EP follows up on Hart’s previous release, the Judge & Punish EP released in March of this year; Hart made his debut in January of 2017 with the Anthology of Corrosion collection of tracks he had been working on for 10 years, during which time he was the live guitarist/bassist of fellow U.K. industrial upstarts Concrete Lung. He began DJing in 2013, becoming a regular at London’s legendary Slimelight and making appearances in various clubs and festivals throughout the U.K. and Canada. He will be performing his first show as a solo act on August 24 at Toronto’s The Electric Belfry.

 

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Aug 2017 01

Gary Numan unveils music video for first single from upcoming album
 
Having announced the September 15 release date of his upcoming studio album, Savage (Songs from a Broken World), legendary industrial/electronic artist Gary Numan has launched the music video for “My Name Is Ruin.” The first single from the new album, “My Name Is Ruin” was first released on July 5 via BMG and features the debut of Numan’s daughter Persia on backup vocals; the accompanying video, shot in the desert near Palm Springs by IAMX’s Chris Corner, mirrors the album’s narrative concept, taking place in a not-too-distant apocalyptic future when the Earth has been ravaged by climate change. [..]

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