Dec 2017 21

The State Theatre, Falls Church, VA – 10-05-2017
Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD – 10-09-2017


Having earlier this year embarked on a U.K. tour with fellow Hamburg upstarts and musical partners Lord of the Lost, longstanding industrial/rock sensation KMFDM took to our shores once again to deliver a punchy helping of Ultra Heavy Beat mayhem. Supporting the 2017 Hell Yeah album and touring with fellow legendary industrial act ohGr, the tour began with the two bands headlining the third night of Chicago’s ColdWaves VI, with stops at The State Theatre in Falls Church, VA and Soundstage in Baltimore, MD to follow, which ReGen Magazine was fortunately able to attend. [..]

Dec 2017 21

Dethcentrik front man announces release of next solo albumMusician/producer Stefan Klein – a.k.a. Død Beverte, best known as the front man for industrial/metal band Dethcentrik – has announced the release of a new album, titled Polarination. for April 26, 2018 via Død Incarnate Records. The follow up to his controversial 2016 EP Red, White, and Fuck You, Klein states that the album “is meant to convey to people, Americans in particular, what the broader picture around them is like through instrumental music and samples, mostly from our own time.” [..]

Dec 2017 18

Cult Never Dies to release expanded edition of Mortiis Era 1 book
Mortiis - Secrets of My Kingdom: Return to Dimensions UnknownOriginally released in a highly limited form in 2001, the Cult Never Dies publishing house has issued a new expanded edition of Secrets of My Kingdom: Return to Dimensions Unknown by dark industrial/rock artist Mortiis. The book was intended to further flesh out the universe Mortiis had drawn upon in his early ambient releases, often referred to as the “Era 1” period of the his creative progression, which he has named “dungeon synth.” [..]

Dec 2017 17


Killing Joke is practically an institution – for nearly four decades, the prominent post-punk group has been a singular trailblazing entity whose influence has been cited and felt through virtually every genre of music since. Comprised of vocalist/keyboardist/programmer Jaz Coleman, guitarist Kevin “Geordie” Walker, bassist Martin “Youth” Glover, and drummer “Big Paul” Ferguson, Killing Joke’s sound is a juggernaut of contrasting musical atmospheres driven by spiritual and sociopolitical themes; constantly autonomous and innovative. [..]

Dec 2017 16

Daniel B. PROTHÈSE - CHZWaaR+ZMe+aaLHaving released the first full-length album under his solo moniker in 2016, Front 242 founding member Daniel Bressanutti – a.k.a. Daniel B. PROTHÈSE – has announced the project’s new album, titled CHZWaaR+ZMe+aaL. The album represent’s the artist’s effort to “sound less like the ‘schlager gothic’ it has sometimes become,” and pursuing a more rhythmic and less experimental style for this new release, CHZWaaR+ZMe+aaL “is a mix of new and old [..]

Dec 2017 15

IAMX to release new album featuring Kat Von D
IAMX - Alive In New LightChris Corner has announced that the latest album from electro/rock project IAMX, Alive In New Light (AINL) will be released February 2, 2018. The record is a chronicle of metamorphasis celebrating the artist’s emergence from the depression which inspired his two previous releases, performed, recorded, and mixed in a trailer in the California desert “far from the Joshua Tree hippies.” Corner explains that the remote setting was imperative to his process, stating that “The desert is white noise. You can lose yourself in the details of producing, mixing; it’s just silence.” [..]

Dec 2017 14

Artoffact reissues several albums from various cEvin Key projects
The elusive recordings of The Flu – the first collaborative project of Skinny Puppy’s cEvin Key and the late Alan Nelson, later to be known as Hilt – have been rediscovered and are soon to be released as a limited edition double vinyl reissue via Artoffact Records. Originally available only as self-distributed cassettes in 1987, the recordings feature vocals set against a mix of analog and electronic instruments, live singing cats, and recordings from tele-personals; they were set off to Swedish startup label Osmium Records, which folded shortly afterwards. [..]

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