Best known for his work in such bands as Pitchshifter, Killing Joke, and Bullet For My Valentine, drummer Jason Bowld has formed a new band with vocalist Colin Doran of alt. rock act Hundred Reasons, called They Fell From the Sky. Formed by the pair after their collaboration in This Is Menace, and with the band rounded out by guitarists Oly Edkins and producer Dave Draper with bassist Lee Erinmez of punk act Snuff [..]
South African artist Thomas Mark Anthony speaks with ReGen Magazine about the culmination of his Terminal debut album, signing to Metropolis Records, and continuing to fight against prejudice and bigotry through music.
An InterView with Thomas Mark Anthony of Terminal
With a new album currently in the works and awaiting release later in 2021, Colin Cameron Allrich has unveiled a new single under the Slighter moniker, titled “Complicit.” Presented in an edited rendition of its album version and a Dub Club mix, “Complicit” marks Slighter’s return to the moody atmospheres and cinematic qualities that defined much of the project’s earlier output [..]
The duo of Ciara Adams and Ali Jafri, collectively known as Saintfield, has today unveiled a debut EP, titled Into the World. Blending varying styles of neo-classical, post-punk, and elements of Celtic and Eastern sounds, the band’s music seeks to create an alternative reality – an “alt-world” [..]
Blending elements of synthpop, trap, and shades of EBM, Meshwork Music has released CTRL + S, the sophomore album from 17-year-old artist LMX. Picking up the same instrumental depth and moody electronic textures presented on the primarily instrumental Dimension Shift debut in 2019, CTRL + S sees LMX adding his energetic vocal styling [..]
Following a full week after the release of the “Vacancy Architect” video by Dread Risks, L.A. industrial/metal act Fact Pattern has unveiled the video for the track “Clinically Proven,” taken from the Possession Therapy split-EP. Referred to by the band as “an enraged exhale in the aftermath of every trial and tribulation that 2020 had to offer,” the song is a sardonic stab at the current state of marketing [..]