Mar 2020 09

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After the successful reissuing of the band’s discography in 2016, industrial/metal act Circle of Dust embarks on a new celebration of its history with an upcoming 25th Anniversary Edition of the 1995 self-titled debut album. “In late 2019, I stumbled across a floppy disk with SYSEX backups of my original Alesis D4 drum module and E-MU Proteus 1 sound module,” states Klayton, now taking the opportunity to revisit his past material using the same equipment with which he created the now iconic original album [..]

Mar 2020 08

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With Record Store Day 2020 taking place on April 18, ambient and electronic music pioneer Brian Eno has announced a special exclusive album release for his original soundtrack to the documentary feature Rams. Directed and produced by Gary Hustwit and released in 2018, Rams chronicled the life and work of Dieter Rams, whose work over 50 years “has left an indelible mark on the field of product design,” influencing the aesthetics of most of today’s consumer products, look, and function. [..]

Mar 2020 08

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With the newly revised edition of the Future Loss of Memory EP now released, the industrial/noise act Melting Rust Opera has revealed a new music video for the EP’s second track “WaWaWaWaHooooo” (or “WaWaWaWaHuuuuu”). Revolving around a single static camera shot, the whimsical video depicts two figures bathed in orange candlelight [..]

Mar 2020 07

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Among the many tours and festival events taking place in 2020 is the Mechanismus Festival in Seattle, with this year’s lineup of bands and DJs officially announced. Spanning four nights from June 11-14, Resistance showcases an assorted blend of styles in the electro, EBM, and industrial styles to mark the third consecutive Mechanismus [..]

Mar 2020 07

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In 2005, Chicago’s Project .44 released The System Doesn’t Work, solidifying the group’s belligerent and aggressive style wrought with scathing political commentary set to a forceful brand of industrial/rock; with 2020 marking the album’s fifteenth anniversary, GIVE/TAKE recently announced a vinyl reissue, along with the accompanying The System Reworked. Originally produced by Steven Seibold (Hate Dept.) and Martin Atkins (Pigface) and remastered by Rob Robinson (Sergeant Sawtooth, ohGr, Hate Dept.), the new edition of The System Doesn’t Work features previously unreleased material culled from the original sessions – among them, the track “Time to Fight,” which now makes its exclusive premiere here on ReGen Magazine. [..]

Mar 2020 06

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Hailing from Chicago and blending elements of progressive rock and instrumental noise, Whatismu has announced the release of its third album, titled Into Frenzy. Founded by guitarists Lorrie Kountz and Laura Jansons, the band eschews strict categorization, defining itself as “an audio-visual collaboration of the minds” that is rock-oriented, but adventurous in its songwriting and production [..]

Mar 2020 06

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For this week’s Spotify playlist, ReGen is happy to present the “March 2020 Showcase,” offering a taste of what’s new in the industrial, electronic, and alternative underground. With a few selections spanning the first quarter of the year, 2020 is already proving to be filled with musical vibrancy. [..]

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