Nov 2021 11

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Always one to celebrate a birthday in style, Chris Connelly reigns in his 57th year of life with the release of Firth Rebirth. The album presents a new version of his 2009 Pentland Firth Howl record, rerecording six songs from the original along with a previously unreleased remix, supplementing them with three new tracks [..]

Nov 2021 10

With new albums by Derision Cult and .SYS Machine, Dave McAnally invites ReGen‘s readers into the nooks and crannies of his creative process.
 

 

An InterView with Dave McAnally of Derision Cult & .SYS Machine
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Nov 2021 10

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Based in Brooklyn, NY, Texan artist Dorian Domi has announced his latest release under the ambient and experimental moniker of Televangelist, titled Daydream Abraxas. Mastered by Joshua Eustis (The Black Queen, Telefon Tel Aviv), and mixed by Paul Corley (Prurient, Sigur Rós), the predominantly instrumental concept record follows themes of mental illness [..]

Nov 2021 10

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We’re all familiar with the expression of beating a dead horse, but hERETICS iN tHE lAB takes it to the next level with the announcement of the Norfolk-based industrial/metal band’s latest album. Calling the album a “monument to masochism, insecurity, and narcissism,” A Dead Horse features six new renditions of “dead songs” from the band’s past [..]

Nov 2021 09

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Mark Sousa has made a name for himself as a videographer with Hydra Media Group, as well as having served as vocalist for such acts as Voicecoil, Synapse, and Machinegun Symphony. Now, the Denver-based artist has released the debut EP from his new electro/EBM project Gravity Corps, titled Zero Grav, along with a music video [..]

Nov 2021 09

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Chicago industrial/rock band Project .44 persists in the face of unfortunate circumstances and ongoing turmoil; 2020 proved to be a momentous year for the group with the anniversary reissues of 1999’s Look Me in the Eye and 2005’s The System Doesn’t Work, as well as several singles. Now, the band presents the long-awaited (The Storm Before) Reform album [..]

Nov 2021 08

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Ashley Bad has spent several years at the forefront of the New York City underground goth and fetish scene as a prominent latex performer, a distinction that made her a perfect addition as a burlesquer to the electrosexual sensation Lords of Acid. Now based in Los Angeles, she is channeling her powers into a new solo project, with “Deadly” marking her first single release [..]

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