Jun 2022 23

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Since the April 2021 release of the See Bear debut album, Siberian act Kiberspassk has been steadily building upon a distinct blend of industrialized ambience with the folklore of the band’s motherland. Now with a second studio album expected to be released later this year, Kiberspassk reveals the “Daleko” single [..]

Jun 2022 23

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Early May saw the release of Bad Songs Forever from Deaf Club, the follow-up EP to the hardcore/noise act’s thunderous Productive Disruption debut. From that EP comes the video for “If You Eat a Rat, It Might Taste Good,” its distorted, seemingly lo-fi, and heavily layered visuals [..]

Jun 2022 23

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The release of NEW / END this past April marked the eleventh full-length effort from longstanding electro act X Marks the Pedwalk, with Sevren Ni-Arb and Estefania focusing on a more accessibly melodic and lyrical emotive approach. The latest example of this comes in the form of the album’s fourth single, “Yesterdays,” accompanied by a music video [..]

Jun 2022 23

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Setting the table for the electro/industrial duo’s Chapter III EP is the latest single and video from SKYND, titled “Armin Meiwes.” The case of the song’s namesake had garnered international attention in the early 2000s, as he had killed and eaten Bernd Jürgen Armando Brandes, who had willingly volunteered to Meiwes via the internet [..]

Jun 2022 16

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When Orgy first attained widespread recognition following the success of the band’s Candyass album in 1998, referring to their particular brand of industrialized nü-metal and darkly melodic rock as “deathpop,” the term has achieved something of a life of its own. With This is Deathpop, GIVE/TAKE has assembled 14 artists presenting their own unique interpretations of the elusive subgenre [..]

Jun 2022 15

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This Friday marks the release of Opt Out, the sixth full-length effort from NYC-based experimental outfit Cinemartyr, which takes on a more “lean, direct, and industrial” approach to the band’s established blend of soundtrack-inspired noise, rock, and post-punk. In contrast to past efforts, the new album presents the group’s attempts to write based on intuition and playability in the live setting [..]

Jun 2022 14

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Gradually building up his profile over the last four years to become a truly formidable presence in modern industrial/metal, James Hammontree at last reveals details for the release of Body Prophecy, the second album under the banner of Black Magnet. Spearheaded by such singles as “Violent Mechanix” and “Floating in Violence,” the sophomore album shows the artist taking Black Magnet into harsher realms of sonic aggression [..]

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