Aug 2020 03

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Deathline International has premiered a new single via Slicing Up Eyeballs, in which the industrial/metal group once again performs a rendition of the punk rock anthem “Troops of Tomorrow.” Originally recorded by The Vibrators in 1978 and covered by The Exploited in 1982, the song has been one of the most poignant political anthems of the modern era; this marks the second occasion in which Deathline International has covered “Troops of Tomorrow,” the first being on the group’s 1997 album Arashi Syndrom, with all profits from the new single to be donated to the ACLU. [..]

Aug 2020 03

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Presenting a glitched and neurotic blend of EBM and industrial is Retaliate of Anger with the release of the band’s new album on Machine Man Records, Relic. Referred to by founder Josh Lamison as “two projects in one package,” with a focus on themese of vengeance, growth, and magick, the new album was created by the Schwenksville, PA based artist as a means to cope with intimate struggles [..]

Aug 2020 03

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German industrial/metal and dark rock act Lord of the Lost has revealed a new music video in which the band covers John Cage’s renowned experimental piece “4’33”” (“four minutes, thirty-three seconds” or simply “four-thirty-three”). Touching on the significance of musical genres – “Not only talking about rock or metal, but also about modern classical music or jazz” – to be part of a rebellion against the establishment [..]

Aug 2020 03

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Blending elements of synthwave, post-punk, coldwave, and various points in between, Echoberyl has announced the release of its second full-length album, The Awakening of a Mutant Girl. Taking inspiration from ’50s and ’60s cinema as well as the work of graphic novelist Enki Bilal, the French/Italian duo describes the record as “a sci-fi B-movie without images,” relating a story about a girl who is revealed to be an extraterrestrial mutant, touching on themes of overcoming personal fears and embracing otherness [..]

Aug 2020 03

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Since the its foundation in 1982, Swans has been a definitive and pioneering force in American experimental music; emerging from the no wave scene of New York City and going on to incorporate and influence post-punk, post-rock, noise, industrial, and all points in between, Michael Gira has helmed the band through numerous incarnations and stylistic permutations. Shot and edited by Marco Porsia and funded via Kickstarter, Where Does a Body End? chronicles that journey, with the acclaimed documentary to receive a widespread release on DVD and Blu-ray on September 11 [..]

Aug 2020 01

Album CoverKMFDM
Album: IN DUB
Category: Industrial / Dub / Ultra Heavy Beat
Label: Metropolis Records
Release Date: 2020-08-21

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Aug 2020 01

Album CoverGanser
Album: Just Look At That Sky
Category: Post-Punk / Electro / No Wave
Label: Felte Records
Release Date: 2020-07-31

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