Genre: Darkwave / Indie Rock
Blurb: What would happen if Fever Ray was high on valium? Listen to Metal Mother and find out.
Blurb: The covers of pop classics and the band’s own old material might be fighting an uneven duel on Zeitsprung, but the album remains an amiable and rather entertaining electro feat.
KMFDM founder and front man Sascha Konietzko has been announced as a featured character in Al Jourgensen’s upcoming 13-issue comic book series, MINISTRY: The Devil’s Chord – The Chronicles of Alien F. Jourgensen. The series, illustrated and co-created by Sam Sheron, is set to premiere at Comic Con San Diego in July 2014 [..]
Electro/industrial group UCNX has announced a new album, Replicator, to feature remixes of songs from the 2011 album Generation Damaged, as well as cover songs featuring several of the duo’s influences. The album will be released via DSBP Records on December 28. [..]
The Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK, 2013/11/18
Gary Numan – one of the most influential performers in modern music, and one of the few to successfully transition from early new wave beginnings into the darker territories of industrial rock. Since the mid ’90s, Numan’s bleakly atmospheric, guitar-driven music has touched on themes far more introspective and anti-religious, though he has remained a pioneering voice in electronic music for more than three decades. With this year’s release of Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind), reportedly his highest charting album since 1983, Numan embarked on a tour of the UK with plans to continue into Israel and Europe in 2014. Here, ReGen is proud to feature this contribution from Jimmy Barnes and photographer Gem Redford covering Numan’s performance at the Brighton Dome. [..]
Experimental label Cold Spring will be releasing Recoiled, a collection of several remixes by Coil of Nine Inch Nails, in January of 2014. Featuring the talents of onetime Coil member Danny Hyde and late Coil founder Peter Christopherson [..]
The Independent, San Francisco, CA, 2013/11/14
After releasing the album KUNST and wrapping up a tour during the early half of this year, one would think that the prolific Käpt’n K and company would take a considerable hiatus to recover from their hectic schedule, but then a second North American Tour, We Are KMFDM, was announced and it became apparent that the industrial rock colossuses didn’t quite get its fill of making venue walls quiver via the signature Ultra-Heavy Beat. With nearly 30 years under its tactical belt and zero signs of slowing down, allied with opener tribal/industrial drum act CHANT, KMFDM once again set sights on striking one of America’s major arteries with a virulence that seems almost impossible to stop. [..]