28th Wave-Gotik-Treffen, 7-10 June 2019, Leipzig, Germany – Gallery

28th Wave-Gotik-Treffen, 7-10 June 2019, Leipzig, Germany – Gallery

Espectra Negra NordaR Now Wash Your Hands Kommando Statiqbloom Spark In Slaughter Natives Dive The Lust Syndicate Darkher System Noire Sonorus7 Scarlet Dorn La Scaltra Other Day Omnimar Nitzer Ebb New Model Army Grausame Töchter Faelder Christian Death Lord of The Lost London After Midnight Ground Nero Nachtmahr Agonoize Velvet Acid Christ  

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Paul Christiana: “Electric Radio Kings” – interview

Paul Christiana: “Electric Radio Kings” – interview

  For those who depend upon rock for their ultimate survival, cast your senses upon the “Electric Radio Kings.”  Spawned from the likes of the iconic Jim Morrison and The Doors, Stone Temple Pilots, Aerosmith, Guns n Roses, and Cheap Trick, “Electric Radio Kings” have a vibrant, effervescence presence, and a decadent rock ‘n’ roll sound, that deserves a genre of its own. “Orgasmic Rock” seems to best fit lead vocalist Paul Christiana and “Electric Radio…

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Statiqbloom “Asphyxia” – album review

Statiqbloom “Asphyxia” – album review

  Brooklyn-based post-industrial duo have just released their latest, Asphyxia, on Metropolis Records. Originally conceived as a solo project in 2013 by Fade Kainer, they’ve branched out in more recent years to include Denman C Anderson and have also done remixes for Hide and Plack Blauge among others. While 2017’s Blue Moon Blood was plenty dark, Asphyxia darkens the mood even more with harsh, distorted vocals and unsettling rhythms that bring to mind early Skinny…

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Cubanate “Kolossus” – EP review

Cubanate “Kolossus” – EP review

  Kolossus is the aptly titled and long-awaited new EP from UK electro-industrial aggressors Cubanate, who released Brutalism (a compilation featuring songs from their first three albums) on Armalyte in 2017. Brutalism coincided with the band reuniting to play the Cold Waves Festival and then a tour with RevCo and Front Line Assembly. Prior to that, their last full-length release was 1998’s Interference. The title track starts off with abrasive synths driven by layers of…

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Agent Side Grinder “A/X” – album review

Agent Side Grinder “A/X” – album review

  Agent Side Grinder are back with the new album ‘A/X’. Following on from their eponymous 2008 debut and through to the much more synth based ‘Alkimia’ in 2015, Agent Side Grinder have shown a constant evolution in their sound in their 11 year career and gaining a reputation as being a powerful live band. ‘A/X’ is a very synthy album. ‘Synth wave’ if you’re trying to be cool. And it uses it’s electronic footing…

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NERO BELLUM “NFRN°” – album review

NERO BELLUM “NFRN°” – album review

  Nero Bellum (of Industrial-Metal act Psyclon Nine) presents his eponymous solo project. Recorded live over two years, each piece in this collection is an exploration of synthesis in the modular domain. Each piece was improvised, with no overdubs, & without the use of computers in the creative process. The result is ominous, heavily atmospheric, percussive, dark, experimental modular electronica. “We live in a time in which electronic music has become foolproof & ‘perfect’ with…

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Interview with Matt Hart

Interview with Matt Hart

  Matt Hart is a multi-talented UK electronic/industrial music artist. He has been writing music under his own name for about 15 years, while playing guitar and bass with London industrialist CONCRETE LUNG and DJing at Slimelight. After the release of the back catalogue Anthology of Corrosion in 2017, he continues to write new material and performs a number of shows. 1. Your biography is quite impressive. You play violin, viola, and trumpet and you…

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