Aug 2022 17

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This December marks the maiden launch of Flesh & Steel, a new festival event “celebrating the intersection of humanity and machinery.” Appropriately named after the SPK track from the 1985 Machine Age Voodoo album, the event will be spanning three nights in multiple venues, hosting a bevy of artists and DJs in the realms of EBM, darkwave, industrial, coldwave [..]

Aug 2022 17

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She Wants Revenge is currently in the midst of the Disappear Tour to signal the dark alternative band’s return, with the current Summer leg focusing on the West Coast, followed by a run of September dates in the U.K. and Europe. Now, the band has announced dates for a Fall run, this time focusing on the East Coast [..]

Aug 2022 17

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Eric and Jayne McCullough – the husband-and-wife duo known as isilmé – has unveiled a music video for the pair’s latest single, titled “In the Dark.” Drawing parallels between their own relationship and that of the Greek myth of the moon goddess Selene and shepherd Endymion, the song’s lyrics deal with the longing felt by two lovers separated [..]

Aug 2022 16

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London-based post-punk trio Girls in Synthesis has unveiled “Watch with Mother” as the first single from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, titled The Rest is Distraction. Showcasing the band’s experimental approach to the genre, as well as a heightened sense of production and composition, guitarist/keyboardist Jim Cubitt comments that “We’re already ahead of ourselves [..]

Aug 2022 16

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With today’s release of “Leaving These Stones Unturned,” Canadian goth/rock act Double Eyelid breaks the silence of a few months to give listeners a slow and atmospheric ballad about burying one’s doubts in the past. As such, the song and even the single’s cover see vocalist and founder Ian Revell portrayed as a gravedigger [..]

Aug 2022 15

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BILE has certainly lived up to its name over the years as Christoph “Krztoff” Liggio and his compatriots have been equally revered and reviled for their particularly abrasive brand of electrified industrial/metal. Today’s release of Pot Farmer, Vol.2 marks the first full-length offering from the band since 2013’s Built to Fuck, Born to Kill, with Krztoff tapping into virtually every facet of his mangled musical mind [..]

Aug 2022 15

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Riveting Music has released some interesting compilations, each showcasing the breadth of styles and talent in the current electro/industrial and underground alternative scene, while also bearing the singular focus of calling attention to current social and political issues through the music of previous generations; 2019’s A Riveting Protest and 2020’s Tear Down the Walls did well to repurpose and recontextualize the original material while still being reverent to the spirit of the artists’ intent. Now, Riveting Music has announced Regulate This [..]

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