Dec 2018 04

Second single and music video from Fact Pattern
 
Following up on the band’s first single, Los Angeles doom/industrial act Fact Pattern unveils the music video for “A Form to Be.” Stated by the trio to be “a dreamlike statement of intent and represents an expansion of our presence as audio/visual artists,” the song is the second single from the band’s upcoming full-length debut [..]

Dec 2018 02

ReGen Magazine speaks with Eden Gallup, son of The Cure’s bassist, about his own musical path with his own rock band and synthwave solo project, creating for the love and dedication of finding his own musical voice.
 

 

An InterView with Eden Gallup of Violet Vendetta and Serpent Ride
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Dec 2018 01

Sorrow - Under the Yew PossessedSorrow
Category: Neo-folk / Gothic
Album: Under the Yew Possessed
Blurb: The debut from Rose McDowall’s first post-Strawberry Switchblade band, Sorrow, is on vinyl for the first time.

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Dec 2018 01

Xymox - Twist of Shadows (2018 Reissue)Xymox
Category: Gothic / Rock / Dance
Album: Twist of Shadows (2018 Reissue)
Blurb: A classic late ‘80s album gets the deluxe reissue treatment with rare 12-inch mixes and B-sides galore.

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Dec 2018 01

New double album from Nothing But Noise
 
With the completion of the eXistence Oscillation trilogy earlier this year, Nothing But Noise will be closing out 2018 with a new double album, titled Formations Magnetiques et Phenomenes d’Incertitude. The title translates to “Magnetic Formations and Phenomenon of Uncertainty,” as the record sees Front 242’s Daniel Bressanutti and Dirk Bergen delving further into electronic explorations [..]

Nov 2018 30

Test Dept. releases first single in 20 years to preview upcoming new album
 
Long heralded as one of the most influential bands in the formative wave of industrial music, Test Dept. has broken its long silence with a new single, titled “Landlord.” Referred to by founding member Graham Cunnington as “disturbing in the extreme,” the track continues the band’s long tradition of protest and politically charged themes, with band member Paul Jamrozy stating that “We’re still angry, but it’s tempered by a slightly different wisdom.” [..]

Nov 2018 30

Mont Sherar reveals remix of track by Killing Joke drummer BPF
 
Having released his Remote Viewing debut earlier this year, BPF – the solo moniker of Killing Joke drummer “Big Paul” Ferguson – has unleashed a remix for the album track “The Great Motivator.” Created by author/DJ/photographer/filmmaker Mont Sherar of Montster Filmwerks, the Montstrosity (Re)Mix is presented as a complete audio/visual art piece that reinterprets the song’s boisterous layers of shrill guitar feedback, distorted atmospheres, and processional rhythms and compounds them with frenetic imagery to build upon the song’s urgency and tension, Ferguson’s straightforward spoken word at once despondent and arresting amid his percussive attacks and the instrumental wizardry of Mark Gemini Thwaite. [..]

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