Peter Ulrich (Dead Can Dance, This Mortal Coil) has announced his new single as The Peter Ulrich Collaboration, titled “Dark Daddy,” to be released November 3 on AIS Records. Joined by American singer and harpist Erin Hill, the “Dark Daddy” single follows last year’s acclaimed debut album, The Painted Caravan. Following this single, The Peter Ulrich Collaboration will be releasing its second album,Tempus Fugitives, in early 2015. [..]
French noise/industrial act Chrysalide has released the track “Question Everything” from its upcoming third album, Personal Revolutions, via SoundCloud. Chrysalide introduces the track, “Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 21st century, the century of all crisis: political, moral, economical, ecological, and individual. It is now 14 years old, but it is already old and dying. [..]
Electro artist WVM has released two tracks – “Empire” and “Pale Horse” – from his upcoming Waves of Nothing album. Both tracks are available through WVM’s Bandcamp as a single-bundle, starting at $2; pre-orders for Waves of Nothing are now open [..]
While ol’ Uncle Al Jourgensen may be the name, face, and voice that people most recognize for MINISTRY, behind the mayhem is his collaborator and co-producer, Sammy D’Ambruoso, who takes the time to land ReGen’s readers on his views of life on the Thirteenth Planet!
London dark cabaret act AlterRed will debut its first release with WTII Records, AlterRed & The Electro Creepshow, on October 14. The album, AlterRed’s fourth overall, is a partial “best of” release, featuring a collection of reworked and remastered tracks from AlterRed’s previous releases [..]
Paul Kendall (also known as PK or Piquet) – esteemed electronic engineer, producer, and mixer who has worked with artists such as Barry Adamson, Renegade Soundwave, Nitzer Ebb, Recoil, Wire, and more – has released his newest solo work, titled Family Value Pack, through Ant-Zen Records. The seven-track album follows his 2012 release [..]
Unknown Pleasures Records will release its compilation tribute to ’70s proto-punk band Suicide on November 1. The compilation features performances by several artists paying tribute to the influential act, including The Horrorist, Absolute Body Control, Radical G, David Carretta with Jürgen Engler of Die Krupps, and more including – in a strange twist – Alan Vega of the honored band itself. [..]