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From the dreamy gothic rock act’s upcoming fourth album comes the “Beautiful Chaos” single from Lovelorn Dolls. Along with the accompanying video, shot and edited by the band, the duo of Kristell Lowagie and Bernard Daubresse explore intense psychological and emotional issues [..]

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Hailing from Los Angeles, Devon Thompson has unveiled the latest single from her upcoming EP, titled “I Luv You But It Hurts Like Hell.” Written by Thompson with producer James Salter and Kristoffer Ragnastam, the song presents her darkly punk-inspired brand of alt. rock with a tale of “utter defeat [..]

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Taiwanese industrial act Anger (奰) has joined forces with John Gerteisen of Hexen Prozess for a new helping of electrified and noisy industrial/punk. Written and performed by Anger (奰) founder B.W., “The Purge” addresses ideological differences and the exploitation of noble causes [..]

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As January is heading to a close, so too is ReGen‘s momentum gradually picking up. With the abundance of articles posted so far resulting in numerous page hits, this month has already exceeded the slowness of December, beginning 2024 off to a productive start… and there’s still more to come [..]

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With the Mantis cycle effectively completed, SINE is moving forward with the release of Luxuria. Showcasing six brand new tracks, the EP sees Rona Rougeheart continuing to delve into more darkly stimulating and sensual atmospheres [..]

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Electro/rock and new wave artist Julian Shah-Tayler – a.k.a The Singuilarity – has unveiled his latest single, in which his music has been revised and reintrepreted by esteemed Toronto promoter and music aficionado Ed Sousa. Originally written, recorded, and produced by Shah-Tayler for his 2015 Emptiness Inside album, “Bleed” was conceived as “a contemplation of the cycle of wealth and power [..]

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