May 2022 20

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Kill Shelter has been steadily rising through the ranks of the current wave of post-punk revivalism, with the acclaim for the 2019 Damage album surpassed greatly by the band’s shared effort with Antipole, A Haunted Place, last year. Now, the U.K. act has revealed a new collaboration with Sweden’s Agent Side Grinder [..]

May 2022 20

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Cory Gorski is perhaps best known for his work in the harsher industrial realms of Volt 9000 and the electronic soundtracks of VHS Nightmares, but with A Perfect Error, the artist now pursues a more darkly melodic approach. Signed to Re:Mission Entertainment, the project now stands poised to make its debut with the full-length album Midnight Wire [..]

May 2022 19

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Dark electro and harsh EBM act Panic Lift reaches the third of a five-part series of EPs with the release of Stitched on Friday, May 20. As with the previous entries, the new release showcases two new compositions that according to band founder James Francis hearken back to Panic Lift’s earlier material [..]

May 2022 19

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In 2020, Brutal Resonance editor-in-chief Steven Gullotta expanded the publication with the formation of Brutal Resonance Records; now, he has gone another step further to expose audiences to notable up-and-coming acts in the goth/industrial underground with the launch of a new podcast. Featuring a blend of specially curated playlists [..]

May 2022 18

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With the release of her third album as Queen Kwong steadily approaching, Carré Kwong Callaway has revealed its latest single, titled “Without You, Whatever.” The track stands out from the rest of the album, with Callaway stating that it was written initially to entertain producer Joe Cardamone, “trying to imitate Bowie [..]

May 2022 18

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Lisa Gerrard’s impact on music can’t be understated, not just as the vocalist for Dead Can Dance, but also for her numerous contributions to cinema, working with the likes of Hans Zimmer, Christopher Young, Jeff Rona, Ennio Morricone, and Marcello De Francisci. Now, Gerrard and De Francisi have embarked on another collaboration to makr the duo’s second album together [..]

May 2022 17

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Although her musical output has been rather intermittent since the dissolution of Cocteau Twins in 1997, Elizabeth Fraser is still remembered for her ethereal and enigmatic voice; now, she and partner Damon Reece have revealed a new single for their Sun’s Signature project, titled “Underwater.” Accompanied by a visualizer lyric video, the song follows last month’s release of “Golden Air” [..]

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