Circle of Dust, the industrial/metal project fronted by Celldweller’s Klayton from 1992 to 1998, has announced that the band’s discography will be officially re-released in 2016. This follows Klayton’s recent acquirement of the rights to his first five albums, including the collaborative side project Argyle Park. Each of the re-releases will be remastered and include additional bonus content [..]
Jeff Dodson of industrial/IDM act Defrag, in association with Rainfall Films, has produced the soundtrack score and sound design for the company’s short movie, Metroid: The Sky Calls, based on the popular Nintendo video game series. Starring Nerdist‘s Jessica Chobot in the role of Samus Aran, directed by Sam Balcomb, and co-produced by Dodson and Jesse Soff [..]
Category: Industrial / Hardclash
Album: Beast EP
Blurb: Continuing to bridge melodious songwriting with belligerent punk attitude, and incorporating more gothic hip-hop elements, this latest EP from Seattle’s hardclash sensation is yet another fine outing!
Category: Post-Punk / Industrial / Rock
Blurb: Maintaining its standing as one of the most influential acts in modern music, Killing Joke delivers its fifteenth studio album, a bold and confident affirmation of the band’s sociopolitical principles and musical aesthetics explored over the past three-and-a-half decades.
Category: Coldwave / Industrial / Rock
Album: Worst Case Scenario Vol.01+02
Blurb: Presenting three new songs along with a cornucopia of remixes, this two volume offering of Cyanotic’s most recent album is a testament to the talent that exists in today’s industrial/electronic scene.
The Dead Room
Category: Electro / EDM
Album: Every Good Boy Dies Free
Blurb: With its sights set firmly on the dance floor, this Chicago electro/EDM act delivers a one-two punch of sociopolitical poignancy set to some downright catchy beats.
Category: Industrial / Electro
Album: Amerikan Genocide
Blurb: Ending an 11-year-long absence of recorded material, Particle Son returns with an album as politically-minded and as harshly energetic as ever, with better production and a few small surprises to boot.