Oct 2019 04

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Best known as one of the founding brothers of Welsh goth/alt. rock act Gene Loves Jezebel, Jay Aston has announced that he will be conducting a tour of the U.S. this Fall as the opening act for The ChameleonsVox. Stating his intention to let the songs “breathe and go in whatever direction I feel in the moment,” Aston will be performing a mixed set of songs reinterpreted from his varied repertoire [..]

Oct 2019 04

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Artoffact Records has announced the release of a two-disc collection chronicling the early independent releases from industrial/metal act Dawn of Ashes, titled Origin of the Ashes. The collection contains the band’s first two albums, the “hopelessly out-of-print” In the Acts of Violence and The Crypt Injection, along with additional bonus material [..]

Oct 2019 01

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As the Divine Descent Tour approaches its end, <PIG> continues to unveil new material with a lyric video for the namesake track “Divine Descent.” The second track on the Mobocracy EP currently available only as part of V.I.P. packages on the tour, the track was written, performed, produced, and mixed by the Sultan of Swine, Raymond Watts, with Mike Watts co-writing and providing additional keyboards. A less frenetic though no less lurid affair [..]

Oct 2019 01

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With Chemlab having recently completed a series of tour dates, including a marvelous performance at this year’s ColdWaves in Chicago, Jared Louche has announced the release of a new collaboration with Ivaylo “Ivo” Andonov – a.k.a. Brood – of Ether of Souls. Released on September 27, A Far Safer Place features Louche lending his vocals to several of the album’s seven tracks, including “Doom Head,” which is also featured on the Chemlab Tape Decay collection [..]

Oct 2019 01

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British art pop group No-Man – the duo of Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson and Tim Bowness – will release its first studio album in 11 years, titled Love You to Bits. The record will consist of two connected 20 minute pieces in five parts, “Love You to Bits” and “Love You to Pieces,” which combine elements of pop and electronica in unexpected ways, returning the band to the electronica and dance roots that informed the early releases in the ’80s [..]

Oct 2019 01

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Three years since the Revelation EP and after the release of two singles, Norwegian industrial group Carrion has unveiled its fourth full-length album, Iconoclasm. The album is the first to feature an outside producer, Darrin Lewis (Beside The Silence, Nothing Valentine), which founder and front man Adrian Kjøsnes says feels like “the first real one” [..]

Oct 2019 01

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Following up on the band’s Always release in 2017, Seattle darkwave act The Blue Hour has released a new album titled In Every Breath. Written and produced by the band’s own Marselle and Brian Hodges, the album features 11 original tracks, one remix, and a cover of The Cure’s “Kyoto Song,” all hearkening back to the ambient and dreamy pop and noir atmospheres of the 4AD era [..]

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