May 2020 06

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Blending experimental and noisy electronics with straightforward industrial/rock, Nadjia has unleashed its sixth studio album, 7 Ends 13. Picking up where the 2010 Angels of Rust record left off, the new album presents founder and front man M collaborating with guitarist/bassist Jeff Filmore to create a sense of urgency and environment, “to take songs from concept to completion in a more timely fashion” and embracing their Louisiana surroundings [..]

May 2020 06

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Napalm Records has announced the release of the debut album from Die Kreatur, a new collaboration between Chris Harms (Lord of the Lost) and Dero Goi (OOMPH!). Blending elements of the two musicians’ individual styles, from Harms’ dark and gothic-tinged rock and Goi’s boisterous and decidedly Teutonic industrial/metal, Panoptikum presents the two vocalists [..]

May 2020 06

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Keeping an ever vigilant eye on the sociopolitical zeitgeist and addressing issues of progressive change and social justice, Chicago electroscuzz act GoFight presents a new single and music video, titled “Ghosts of the Earth.” Making its premiere here on ReGen Magazine, the single marks the second taste of the band’s upcoming MekaDisko album as the song continues the album’s cautionary themes [..]

May 2020 06

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Reviving the band and reissuing the discography in 2016, culminating in the release of the new Machines of Our Disgrace album, the industrial/metal force of Circle of Dust is now in the midst of celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the 1995 self-titled debut album. [..]

May 2020 05

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Tim Krug, the “shorter half” of dark electronic act Hexadiode, has released his solo album debut under the moniker of Halicon, titled Vacant Splines. “The quaratine has brought me the time and inspiration to dig into the archives,” Krug explains, having created the album’s 11 tracks from assorted material he has created over the course of several years [..]

May 2020 05

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April 23 marked the release of You Should See Me In a Crown, the new EP from Austin, Texas based electro and industrial/rock act Adoration Destroyed, via Cleopatra Records. Now, the band has unveiled the music video for the title track, a unique and darkly synth-laced rendition of the Billie Eilish hit [..]

May 2020 05

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After two brand new songs written and recorded in lockdown, Hollywood industrial/alt. metal band Society 1 took on a new challenge with a cover of the 1984 Corey Hart hit “Sunglasses at Night.” Although the song was recorded in a similar fashion as the previous lockdown challenges, without the aide of a proper studio or producer, the band took a different approach to create a music video [..]

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