Jan 2019 17

September Mourning releases music video of latest single and graphic novel
 
Hybrid hard rock/graphic novel performance art project September Mourning has released the video for a new single, “Glass Animals,” released on December 27 via Sumerian Records. Tying into the upcoming September Mourning: The Complete Collection from Image Comics, the stylized video tells the tale of a broken soul finding her strength, aided by a powerful and unlikely ally, presented in a dynamic comic art style. [..]

Jan 2019 17

Planet://Damage releases new music video, new EP on Black Pill Red Pill
 
Eastern European cyberpunk/industrial artist Planet://Damage has released a new four track EP, Hi Rez Lo Life, on Angelspit’s Black Pill Red Pill imprint. Mixed, mastered, and produced by Krisztián Árvai of Black Nail Cabaret, the stompy dance floor friendly EP is described by the artist as “both a reminder and a warning” that “humanity’s greatest potential is a greasy burp of couch crisps and a complaint against bad CGI when an actual extra-terrestrial invasion goes live on social media.” [..]

Jan 2019 17

FiXT Neon signs and releases first album from The Bad Dreamers
 
With the recent launch of FiXT Neon, the synthwave/synthpop division of the independent FiXT imprint, the label is in the throes of signing new artists to its roster, with one of the latest being The Bad Dreamers. Blending a melodic sensibility sure to appeal to aficionados of ’80s inspired synthwave with a harder ’90s industrial edge, the Los Angeles outfit’s debut album Songs About People Including Myself was released by FiXT Neon on January 11, with “Part Time God” as the record’s latest single. [..]

Jan 2019 16

Die Klute releases first single and music video from upcoming debut album
 
With the impending release of the trio’s debut album, Die Klute has unveiled its first single, “It’s All in Vain,” partnering with prominent metal publication Loudwire for the music video’s premiere. Comprised of Claus Larsen (Leæther Strip), Jürgen Engler (Die Krupps), and Dino Cazares (Fear Factory), Die Klute presents pummelling percussive rhythms and Cazares’ signature mechanical precision on the guitar, with “It’s All in Vain” as the first official taste of what Planet Fear has to offer [..]

Jan 2019 16

Japan's Mono celebrates 20th anniversary with tenth album, produced by Steve Albini
 
Having completed a successful European tour in 2018, including an appearance at the Meltdown Festival curation in London at the personal invitation of Robert Smith, Japan’s Mono celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2019 with a new album, titled Nowhere Now Here. Due for release on January 25 via Pelagic Records and Temporary Residence Ltd., and recorded with the legendary Steve Albini, Nowhere Now Here sees the band further expanding its post-rock sound with a heavy dose of dark electronics [..]

Jan 2019 15

BlutEngel announces latest album, tour dates
 
German darkwave act BlutEngel has announced its latest studio album, Un:Gott. Due for release on February 15, the album expands on the band’s traditional sound, amplifying it into a more intense and modern incarnation that “builds the bridge between past and future.” The album’s first single, “Vampire” was released on November 23 [..]

Jan 2019 15

The Young Gods announce eighth studio album, mixed by Alan Moulder
 
Data Mirage Tangram, the eighth studio album from The Young Gods will be released on February 22 on the Two Gentlemen label. Marking the the influential Swiss industrial band’s first release of new material since 2010’s Everybody Knows, the record revolves around what founding vocalist Franz Treichler refers to as a “period of artistic confusion that follow Al Comet’s departure [..]

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