The electro/industrial duo of SKYND has clearly never feared controversy as each of the band’s songs revolve around true crimes, serial killers, and other real life cases of depravity and murder. Now, the group has shifted its focus from the perpetrators to the victims and survivors with the new single and music video, “Columbine,” inspired by the infamous school shooting [..]
Burton C. Bell speaks with ReGen Magazine about the creation of Apocrypha, the new album from his band Ascension of the Watchers, along with an affirmation of how essential music is in these difficult times.
An InterView with Burton C. Bell of Ascension of the Watchers
Having made his mark as a live member of such bands as Bella Morte, Panic Lift, and MAN1K1N, Christian Carver now strikes out on his own with his new project, CARV.R. Making its premiere here on ReGen Magazine is his debut single, “Erase Me,” with an accompanying visualizer clip; featuring guest vocals from fellow electro artist Goo Munday [..]
Blending elements of dark electro-pop and industrial, Washington, DC’s Technophobia has announced the release of a series of singles leading up to the band’s long awaited sophomore album. With the October 2 appearance of the “Rattle In Your Chest” single, available now as a name-your-price item on Bandcamp, the song acts as the first taste of the upcoming Some of Us Are Looking at the Stars [..]
Making its premiere on Alternative Press is the latest music video from electro/rock and dark pop artist Sammi Doll. Written with 8mm members Sean and Juliette Beavan, the track showcases Doll’s blend of industrialized dance beats and her dynamic vocal range, with themes revolving around French sociologist Emile Durkheim’s Anomie Theory [..]
Hollywood industrial/alt. metal act Society 1 continues to reveal Black Level Six, the band’s long awaited sixth full-length album, through a continued streak of singles and music videos, with “Death Screams” being the latest offering. Directed by front man and acclaimed director Matt “The Lord” Zane, the video retains the band’s stylistic blend of darkly aggressive horror and unbridled eroticism [..]