Indie electro/industrial label CRLSTudios has announced the released of a three-part compilation in support of the Standing Rock protest efforts, titled CRL Studios Presents: Sacred Territories. Featuring over three-and-a-half hours of music from artists such as Finite Automata, Angelspit, mindFluxFuneral, PIG vs. MC Lord of the Flies, Chemlab’s Jared Louche, Iammynewt, and Ad·ver·sary [..]
Hailing from Eastern Europe, the hybrid electro/rock act Raizer is set to unleash a hard-hitting debut album on the FiXT imprint, titled We Are the Future. Featuring the band’s signature amalgam of rock, drum & bass, and varying styles of EDM, and mixed and co-produced by Sebastian Komor (Squarehead, Icon of Coil, Komor Kommando), We Are the Future is set for release on January 20 [..]
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
Category: Industrial / Disco
Album: Sinister Whisperz II: The Interscope Years (1992-1996)
Blurb: Not only an excellent collection of some of the eminent industrial/disco act’s funkiest, most experimental tracks, but a good lesson on how to exploit the mainstream.
Category: Coldwave / Industrial / Rock
Album: Hail to the Liar’s Throne
Blurb: Seething with sociopolitical fervor and introspective venom, the latest full-length album from Deconbrio firmly and fervently marks the band’s territory in the American industrial/rock market.
Category: Digital Hardcore / Industrial
Album: Human Rage
Blurb: As vicious as anything Ambassador21 has released in the past, the Belarusian duo continues its campaign to confront listeners with an uncompromisingly noisy digital hardcore assault.
Army of the Universe
Category: Electro / Rock / Industrial
Album: 1999 & The Aftershow
Blurb: Staying true to the identity the band has established for itself, Army of the Universe’s third album presents a signature blend of aggressively sleazy party-friendly electro/rock, with a large hint of introspection and irony to boot.
Category: Synthpop / Industrial
Album: Trax! Rarities
Blurb: Offering a not-so-rare and often ironic glimpse into a specific time when Al Jourgensen was developing his sound and style to eventually become one of the pioneering figures in the industrial scene.