Stoneburner, the experimental post-industrial project of Baltimore-based artist Steven Archer, has signed with prominent label COP International for the release of a new album, titled Apex Predator. Expressing his pride and excitement at signing with the imprint, Archer comments, “I’ve been in this game a long time and I really appreciate how forward-thinking the label is – they are running their business exactly the way I would in the current climate, focusing on developing a small group of quality and hand-picked artists.” This feeling is shared by COP International founder Christian Petke [..]
Innovative and influential doesn’t even begin to describe cEvin Key, whose legacy and talent has now resulted in his fifth solo album wherein he invites us back into the Too Dark Park with a renewed historical context.
An InterView with cEvin Key
Still widely regarded as one of the most influential live recordings ever created, In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up has remained a benchmark for both MINISTRY and the industrial music scene as a whole. Recorded at the Holiday Star Theatre in Merrillville, IN on February 22, 1990, the album and home video companion showcased the power of MINISTRY as a live band, from their innovative musicianship to their raucous and unhinged performance style. Now, drummer extraordinaire and MINISTRY alumni Martin Atkins celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of this momentous performance with a special MINISTRY Memories Chat event [..]
Among the many cancellations necessitated by the global pandemic was the 2020 Sanctuary Festival, so it is with great pleasure that ReGen Magazine has the opportunity to present the New Music Madness event. Scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 20 via Twitch, the SancFest program will be showcasing a bevy of new music released over the course of the last year [..]
Steve and Katie Petix speak to ReGen about the creation of Technophobia’s recently released and long awaited sophomore record.
An InterView with Steve and Katie Petix of Technophobia
Electronic Body Music – a.k.a. EBM – a subgenre of industrial music that was built on the backs of legendary dark electronic artists like Leæther Strip, Nitzer Ebb, Klinik, and many others, but none more than Front 242. So, it makes sense that the date of February 24, or 24.2 in most of the world, has become internationally recognized as Front 242 Day or EBM Day. Each year, DJs and show runners assemble classic EBM playlists and talk about their favorite tracks from the past decades, and while it may be a subgenre of an already small niche of music, there are still new bands bringing the electronic body beats to our ears. This year, 2 Dark Productions – the team behind the popular streaming events 2 Dark Helloween and 2 Dark New Years Evil – has put together a new event, titled 24.2: EBM Without Borders [..]