Currently on an upward trajectory of acclaim from the electro/EBM scene, Pittsburgh’s Tragic Impulse invites ReGen and its readers into the home of “Mr. Stompy” and asks the scene “Why so serious?”
An InterView with Paul M. Graham of Tragic Impulse
After 35 years and 21 albums, the Ultra Heavy Beat remains on a strong upward trajectory; KMFDM continues to rip the system, encouraging audiences to live with no regret, don’t look back, and find your destiny, with Sascha Konietzko speaking with ReGen about the new album and the band’s continuing evolution.
An InterView with Sascha “Käpt’n K” Konietzko of KMFDM
Touting her motto of “Go Big or Go Home,” Ohio artist and metalworker Rachel Schutt speaks with ReGen about her recent contributions to KMFDM’s intense visual aesthetic, along with her other artistic endeavors.
An InterView with Rachel Schutt
With the duo releasing its latest album with Metropolis Records, Fade Kainer speaks about the creative processes that define the music and visual style of Statiqbloom.
An InterView with Fade Kainer of Statiqbloom
ReGen Magazine is thrilled to once again have the opportunity to speak with Raymond Watts of <PIG>, as the artist is let loose from the sty and ready to once again prey upon the masses with his inimitable brand of industrial/rock on the Divine Descent Tour.
An InterView with Raymond Watts of <PIG>
From the blistering industrial/black metal stylings of Psyclon Nine to the equally intense but more sonically exploratory sounds of his recent solo outing, Nero Bellum speaks now with ReGen Magazine about his latest musical endeavors.
An InterView with Nero Bellum of Psyclon Nine