Apr 2022 12

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Making its premiere here on ReGen Magazine is the video for “STK” from blackened industrial/metal act Hold Me Down. Directed by Dan Wagner, the video presents a frenetic visual accompaniment for the song’s mix of dissonant electronics, discordant guitars, and demonic vocalizations [..]

Apr 2022 11

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With a new full-length album on the horizon, electro/EBM act Silver Walks has released its leadoff single, titled “Tear Me Down.” Marking the first new material from the project since the June 2020 release of “Lantern,” the new single sees Daniel McCullough taking Silver Walks into greater depths of sound and composition [..]

Apr 2022 11


 
Metropolis Records has announced the release of Morphogenesis, the latest album from electronic act Paradox Obscur, and the band’s first full-length effort of new material since signing with the prominent label early last year. Preceded by the “Animal Reactor” single and video [..]

Apr 2022 06

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Baltimore expressionist and experimental electro/industrial act Nahja Mora has announced details for the forthcoming AHFHAOTA album. Following up on the band’s Final Realization of Failure album in 2019, the material on this new album began with the foundation of Nahja Mora in 2005 [..]

Apr 2022 06

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With the Brooklyn duo’s self-titled debut album one month away from release, This is Oblivion has revealed a new single to, titled “A Reckoning.” Calling the track an anti-pop form of industrial/rap, “A Reckoning” is driven by Lulu Black’s disaffected and monotone vocals atop Michael Kadnar’s atmospheric arrangments of acoustic and electronic percussion [..]

Apr 2022 04

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Four years in the making, Los Angeles audiovisual artist Tara Busch is on the verge of releasing her latest full-length effort under the moniker of I Speak Machine, titled War, with the April 1 release of “Santa Monica” marking the album’s latest single. Featuring the guest vocals of Kendra Frost, Busch describes her vocal arrangements as “a sort of ‘angel on your shoulder’ [..]

Apr 2022 04

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The release of the We Deserve Extinction EP at the beginning of 2021 marked the return of Norfolk-based industrial/noise project Hindu Pez; now, founder Gabriel Perry reveals the second part of the triptych with Flee the Scene. Featuring three songs written in the Spring of 2020, the EP is true to its title with emotional themes of reevaluating one’s life [..]

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