Electro/punk act Angelspit has announced a release date of June 6 for the band’s sixth studio album, Cult of Fake. Successfully funded within 24 hours via a Kickstarter crowdfund campaign, Cult of Fake marks the tenth anniversary of the band’s full-length debut album, Krankhaus. [..]
As the final album to be released by the experimental/post-punk band’s current incarnation, a release date of June 17 has been announced for Swans’ latest outing, titled The Glowing Man. The album will be available internationally via Mute Records in double CD and deluxe triple gatefold vinyl editions [..]
Legendary post-punk act Killing Joke has announced a special show for the band’s UK fans – The Great Gathering – taking place on Friday, November 4 at London O2 Academy Brixton. [..]
Musician/label owner/entrepreneur Martin Atkins, in association with ChicagoMusic.org and SAW Chicago Music Business, will be presenting PIGFACE25 – an art exhibit at Chicago’s 2112 Inc. to celebrate the 25th anniversary of renowned musical collective Pigface. Featuring over 50 pieces of handmade custom scenery to span the group’s 18 albums and 12 tours, the installation opens on Thursday, March 31 [..]
Having been successfully funded via pre-orders for the band’s first live album, industrial/metal act Dope has announced tour dates for the U.S. leg of the Die Mother Fucker Die tour. Beginning September 13 in San Francisco and continuing to October 30 in Hollywood [..]
One of the hardest hitting and most visually striking projects in modern music, CHANT’s Bradley Bills speaks with ReGen on the development of his art and music and his observations of industrial music and the world at large to culminate in his latest album, Brave New Apocalypse.
An InterView with Bradley Bills of CHANT
Los Angeles industrial/metal group Society 1 has launched a crowdfunding campaign via IndieGoGo for the band’s latest outing, Not to Touch the Earth – an album of cover versions of The Doors. “This album isn’t going to be some half hearted attempt to cash in by recording a bunch of uninspired covers,” states the band; “We want to bring The Doors music to a place that it’s never been. [..]