Jacky Meurisse talks about Signal Aout 42

Jacky Meurisse talks about Signal Aout 42

  Signal Aout 42 is a Belgian electronic/EBM project formed in the early 80s by Jacky Meurisse and his schoolmates. In the early days their live performances integrated audio and visual elements in a DIY style. However, SA42 became a more serious project after releasing their first album Pro Patria in 1989. Soon they were recognized as one of the most prominent EBM acts. I finally got the opportunity to interview Jacky after their last…

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John Fryer talks about Black Needle Noise

John Fryer talks about Black Needle Noise

  It is almost impossible to summarize what John Fryer has done over the years. You can find most facts about his career on the Internet. If you have googled John, you know that the list of his achievements is almost endless. To cut the story short, we can just randomly mention his work with Fad Gadget, Depeche Mode, Cocteau Twins, This Mortal Coil, Nine Inch Nails, Love & Rockets, White Zombie, HIM and Cradle…

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Marc Heal talks about Cubanate, The Hum and more

Marc Heal talks about Cubanate, The Hum and more

  Marc Heal has been primarily known for his project Cubanate that was a vital part of the industrial music scene during the 90s and considered as influence on several new bands in the genre. However, that is by far not all that Marc has done during his music career. He collaborated with Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242 on C-tec, Raymond Watts of PIG and other notable names on the scene. His work hardly…

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Bill Leeb talks about Front Line Assembly, Delerium and more

Bill Leeb talks about Front Line Assembly, Delerium and more

  Bill Leeb has been primarily known as the founding member and frontman of Front Line Assembly. Over the years, he has been involved in numerous projects, e.g. he was also one of the early members of Skinny Puppy. However, his greatest commercial success came through his side project Delerium. Front Line Assembly has undoubtedly left a huge mark on the industrial music scene and inspired many bands that followed in its steps. In view…

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Monica Jeffries Interview for Bloodlit Radio

Monica Jeffries Interview for Bloodlit Radio

  1. Greetings Monica, and thank you once again for taking the time out your busy schedule and allow me to conduct this interview for Bloodlit Radio. Hi Kevin, it’s a pleasure to be on your show:-) 2. Ok, let’s start our interview by going back in time. What I wanted to ask you Monica, is what was that very spark that made you want to grab a microphone and sing. Where you influenced by…

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Michael Arthur Holloway talks about Dead When I Found Her

Michael Arthur Holloway talks about Dead When I Found Her

  The first time I got to hear and see Dead When I Found Her was at this year’s Infest Festival in Bradford, UK. I had no expectations whatsoever, but after just first three songs, I became aware of how exceptional this electronic industrial project was. Even though it was formed in 2010, there are already three albums and the fourth one is just about to be officially released in November. Today we are speaking…

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Jürgen Engler talks about Die Krupps

Jürgen Engler talks about Die Krupps

  Die Krupps are known as the pioneers of industrial-EBM and industrial-metal genres. Since their early days, they have been experimenting with sound wisely by merging different styles and embracing new ideas. Exploring different paths with their music made their expression unique and recognizable. They have influenced many later bands and they are always warmly welcomed by the fans all over the world. Today we are speaking with Jürgen Engler about Die Krupps, the band…

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Andi Sex Gang talks about Sex Gang Children

Andi Sex Gang talks about Sex Gang Children

  We‘ve managed to talk to Andi of Sex Gang Children just before the start of their Jezebel tour. The band has often been labelled as “gothic”, during its long existence it gathered the audience who followed it since the 80s, and with its albums Song and Legend from 1983 and Medea from 1993 it left a mark on that part of the “alternative” scene. 1. Andi, I guess you would disagree with any label…

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Tim Muddiman speaks about his music career

Tim Muddiman speaks about his music career

  We are all familiar with Tim Muddiman as a long time guitar/bass player of Gary Numan and guitarist and producer of Pop Will Eat Itself. But there is more to Tim than that: he recently started his solo project and formed a band whose debut album is about to be released. So, here we are, talking to Tim about Tim Muddiman and The Strange. 1. Tim, I suppose you get asked a lot about…

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Kim Larsen talks about Of The Wand & The Moon

Kim Larsen talks about Of The Wand & The Moon

  1. Hello Kim, so nice to have you here. You have been “around” for quite some time and hopefully you will keep on thrilling us with your releases. It has been a while since you started your project Of The Wand & The Moon and since its first release back in 1999. Looking back, how do you feel about this journey today? Kim: Thank you for the interest and taking time to do the…

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