Categroy: IDM / Ambient / Drone
Album: Transmissions (Vol. 01 & Vol. 02)
Blurb: Transporting the listener through the immeasurable gulfs of infinite space, Celldweller offers a different atmospheric take on his cosmic musical outlook.
Category: Industrial / Metal
Album: Tolerance & Dependency
Blurb: With the electronics taking on a less prominent role than on the band’s past releases, Concrete Lung’s latest outing treads ever closer to more organic and doom-laden metal territories.
Category: Industrial / Rock
Album: Instructions for the Assembly of God(s)
Blurb: Sex, politics, TV, all part of a glorious display of perversion and debauchery, a machine/rock album that aims right for the jugular and doesn’t let go.
Masquerade, Atlanta, GA – 10/13/2015
“Ooh, you should wait until she gets her hooks into her dog/pig gimp slave – so badass!”
Uh, excuse me; what now? It’s difficult not to pay attention when one receives a text like this before a show. In retrospect, this seemed to be one of me milder visual elements to be viewed this event. But before I get too ahead of myself, it might be appropriate to offer a little word of warning: If you are reading this article hoping for someone with an advanced knowledge of the entire Genitorturers discography, you may want to look elsewhere; short of listening to “Lecher Bitch” on repeat while in a virtual goth club while playing Vampire, The Masquerade: Bloodlines, along with perhaps a few other singles, this writer has almost zero knowledge of this band. I’ve heard plenty of stories, but finally, I was able to experience things for myself – at a music venue called Masquerade, no less… it all comes back around, doesn’t it? [..]
German electro/industrial project Forma Tadre has released the music video for “Ne Peuvent Pas” (“We Are Not Allowed To”), marking the act’s first official music video ever. The track was originally recorded in 1993 and will be featured on an upcoming album encompassing material recorded prior to the project’s Navigator debut in 1997. Formed by Andreas Meyer in 1996 [..]
Sean Yseult, formerly the bassist for multi-platinum/Grammy-nominated industrial/metal band White Zombie, will be unveiling her Retrospective solo art show at Sacred Gallery in the SoHo district of Manhattan, New York City. Referred to as “a love letter to her longtime muse, New Orleans,” Retrospective combines elements of her past exhibitions [..]