Medieval industrial act Heimatærde will release its sixth album, Kaltwærts, on August 29 through Out of Line Music. The album comes in regular and limited edition box set formata, featuring a two-disc version, rosary, postcards, Heimatærde flag, and a German language audiobook retelling the Kaltwærts story. [..]
French noise/industrial act Chrysalide has announced its third album, Personal Revolutions, for release on October 10 through Dependent Records. Collecting 14 tracks, the album will also be available in a “Rise” edition format, limited to 500 copies [..]
Youth Code has announced the release of An Overture, a re-issuing of its discography-to-date, through Dais on October 7. An Overture acts as both a reintroduction and a sneak preview, leading off with the four original songs from the upcoming EP A Place to Stand [..]
Detroit based hybrid artist Celldweller has announced his latest album, titled End of an Empire, along with a teaser of the title track. Like the previous album, Wish Upon a Blackstar and his various soundtrack releases, End of an Empire will be released in separate chapters, with the first – titled Chapter 01: Time – to be released on September 16, 2014. [..]
With a release planned for late 2014, filmmakers Amélie Ravalec and Travis Collins discuss the process behind Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay, a film exploring the fundamental beginnings of a provocative and creative artistic/musical genre.
Canadian electro/alternative rock band The Rabid Whole is currently streaming its newest single, “Don’t Stop Now,” through YouTube. Originally premiering through Bloody Disgusting, the single comes from the band’s upcoming EP, Problems, to be released September 23. “After a year of all kinds of monumental bullshit, we’re finally ready to release the aptly titled, Problems,” says Andreas Weiss. [..]
Information Society has announced a PledgeMusic campaign to help fund the release of its newest album, _Hello World, to be released on September 23 via Hakatak International. “We wanted to insure that as many people as possible are exposed to the new album,” explains Paul Robb. “It’s difficult to connect with fans who don’t already follow us on Facebook and Twitter. PledgeMusic offers us an opportunity to reach fans, old and new [..]