Dec 2019 04

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Even as his primary musical outlet has endured long periods of dormancy, Chemlab front man Jared Louche has remained a fairly active presence in some form or another – Chemlab recently conducted a U.S. tour and performed at Chicago’s ColdWaves in 2018 and 2019, subsequently releasing the Tape Decay collection on Armalyte Industries, with Louche then appearing on the Ether of Souls album A Far Safer Place on September 27. Now, he unveils another collaborative effort, this time with fellow machine/rockers and soundtrack composers Dogtablet, as the vocalist appears on six tracks of the upcoming album Feathers & Skin [..]

Dec 2019 04

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Electro/alt. rock band LOWBORN has released a video for the new single “Dark Inside,” an infectiously beat driven, synth heavy track chronicling the intense spiraling of toxic relationships and depression. Inspired by the “found footage” style of The Blair Witch Project, the video was shot in a reportedly haunted building built in 1910, with limited lighting resulting in an unsettling darkness while filming, which the band described as a nerve-wracking experience; “It was only made creepier when we found out there have been multiple ghost sightings in the upstairs where we filmed the video,” LOWBORN comments, “They say it’s the ghost of a boy and his younger sister.” “Dark Inside” was shot, directed, and edited by Canopy, while the single can be streamed or purchased via all major digital outlets.
 

 
Hailing from Greensboro, NC, the quartet has in the short time since its inception in 2018 garnered praise for presenting a dynamic live presence, along with numerous singles. While often assigned the tag of emo/pop, the band has been leaning more and more toward a synth-driven brand of alt. rock with each new track.

 

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Dec 2019 04

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As the band nears the end of its monumental U.S. tour in support of the long-awaited debut album The Gereg, the force is strong with The HU as the Mongolian rock group has contributed a new song to the new EA video game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The new song, titled “Sugaan Essena” (which translates to “Black Thunder”), will be released as a digital single [..]

Dec 2019 04

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Dark electronica act Hexadiode has released a new video for the title track of the band’s new album Metaxy. With Joe Kroger credited as executive producer, the video features Hexadiode’s Tim Krug and Jonas Miseh performing the track around a fire pit, the song showcasing the band’s blend of ’90s electro/industrial influences [..]

Dec 2019 04

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Continuing to push toward heavier metal sounds, New York’s Hanzel und Gretyl is on the verge of releasing the band’s ninth full-length album, titled Hexennacht. Often referred to in the press as the “Grimm Shiza” period of the group’s history, with the band’s very name taken “from the infamous fairy tale straight out of the SchwarzWald,” the duo of Kaizer Von Loopy and Vas Kallas present another helping of blackened industrial/metal [..]

Dec 2019 04

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Blending the electronic soundscapes of and melody of synthwave with the aggression and aesthetics of extreme metal, GosT released the Valediction album on October 4 and the Skull 2019 vinyl earlier in the year via Century Media Records. Having spent the last two years touring with the likes of Perturbator, Black Dahlia Murder, Carpenter Brut, and most recently as the support act for 3TEETH and Author & Punisher; now, the band will be headlining a European tour in support of Valediction [..]

Dec 2019 03

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With the release of Demon Hero and Other Extraordinary Phantasmagoric Anomalies and Fables in late 2018, The Clay People returned after a period of 11 years, presenting a dynamic mix of new material with reinterpretations of songs off the band’s past records; among them was a new rendition of “Strange Day,” one of the Albany coldwave and alt. rock act’s most beloved singles, originally appearing on the 1997 album Stone – Ten Stitches [..]

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