Los Angeles industrial/doom act Fact Pattern has unleashed a new remix of “Under the Knife,” the opening track to the band’s 2019 Fallen Language album. Created by Austin, TX based electro and industrial/rock act Adoration Destroyed, the remix was released on June 29 – Juneteenth – to coincide with Bandcamp’s donations on this day to the NNACP and the Black Lives Matter movement [..]
With the final phase of funding complete via a successful Kickstarter campaign, The History of Industrial Music: The Chicago Way draws ever closer to its final completion and release. As the documentary chronicles the history of the Windy City and its still vibrant and creative underground music scene, a companion soundtrack album is also in the works, featuring new and rare material from many of the acts featured in the film. From this soundtrack comes a solo track from the legendary “industrial funk master, the boss of the bass,” Charles Levi [..]
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing concerns for public health, as well as the restrictions on venue capacity and international travel, numerous shows, events, festivals, and tours have had to cancel or postpone throughout 2020. As such, the ColdWaves charity/festival in Chicago has also had to reschedule for the next year, having recently announced that it will take place on the weekend of September 24-26, 2021 [..]
“Just another day in the hate land.” So states Richard Patrick in the latest track from industrial/alt. rock band Filter, titled “Thoughts and Prayers.” Marking the first new material from the band since 2016’s Crazy Eyes, the video takes a definitive stance against policy brutality and the insincerity of political figures [..]
Blind Mice Productions has announced the release of a new album from Seattle electro/industrial act RiotLegion; dropping on June 23, Machine Liberation marks the band’s fourth release overall, following the 2016 Trigger Warning EP.
ReGen Magazine now presents this exclusive full stream of the album ahead of its release date [..]
Since the 2018 release of the Songs From a Dead City collection of the band’s earliest works, Baltimore dark electro act Ego Likeness has been on a streak of celebrating its past, followed up by the January 2020 reissue of the Dragonfly debut album. Now, Steven Archer and Donna Lynch revisit the song “Wolves,” originally featured on the 2004 Water to the Dead album, and reissued in 2017 as a limited edition CD-only single [..]