One of several bands reuniting for the fifth annual ColdWaves festival, vocalist Marc Heal and programmer/guitarist Phil Barry of the techno/metal juggernaut of Cubanate speak with ReGen about their plans for the future.
An InterView with Marc Heal & Phil Barry of Cubanate
KMFDM is currently offering a new T-shirt with the expressed purpose of sending 100% of the profits to benefit the families of the victims of the June 12 terrorist attack in Orlando, FL. According to the band, all profits for this new shirt will be going directly to Equality Florida’s Pulse Victim Fund [..]
Artoffact Records has announced the signing of Mark Alan Miller’s industrial project, Out Out. A new album, Swan/Dive?, will be released this fall, with Out Out’s back catalog to be released on Bandcamp this summer. The first single from the new album, “Look up Hannah,” and a remix by Jeff Hudson of Jane & Jeff Hudson (Captured Tracks) is available now. [..]
Alt./electro producer Dean Garcia and Preston Maddox of post-punk band Bloody Knives have announced the July 29 release of What We Want, the inaugural LP from their collaborative project STFU, with the the title track as the first single off of the new album. According to Maddox, What We Want is, “like being immersed in the pollution of our dystopian future [..]
Zoog Von Rock – the mastermind behind the electro/punk onslaught of Angelspit – pumps up the volume, amps up the bass, and gets down and dirty on the dance floor, inviting ReGen to participate in the Cult of Fake.
An InterView with Zoog Von Rock of Angelspit
For the first time in 10 years, the industrial/rock powerhouse known as PIG will be embarking on a tour of North America in Fall of 2016. Fronted by the Lord of Lard, Raymond Watts, and featuring an all-star lineup that includes former KMFDM band mates EN ESCH and Günter Schulz, drummer Galen Waling (Left Spine Down, Stiff Valentine), and keyboardist Z.Marr (Combichrist, Pull Out Kings) [..]
Norwegian filmmaker Reinert Kiil’s Draugr, the second entry in a short film trilogy featuring the music of Mortiis, is now available. Mortiis’ “Too Little Too Late” features as the soundtrack to the Norweigan grindhouse director’s latest “shock film,” following the series’ first entry [..]