A Device To Entice Us: Curse Mackey Talks Good And Evil

A Device To Entice Us: Curse Mackey Talks Good And Evil

  I sat down with Curse Mackey before his performance in Los Angeles a few weeks ago, where he shared a bill with old friends My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult. Whether you first heard him as the singer of Texas-based industrial noise act Evil Mothers, with the Grim Faeries, as a contributing vocalist for My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, or on one of his many collaborations with industrial supergroup Pigface, if…

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A Strange Affair With The Thrill Kill Kult – interview

A Strange Affair With The Thrill Kill Kult – interview

  I had the exquisite pleasure of talking music, hairstyling, art, and tattoos (of all things!) with Wax Trax! alumni and industrial music legend Frankie Nardiello, known to most of us as Groovie Mann, charismatic and creative frontman of everybody’s favorite dark disco darlings, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult. Here he shares his fondest memories of Wax Trax! founders Jim Nash and Dannie Flescher, and takes us on a little journey of Thrill…

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Jason Corbett talks about ACTORS

Jason Corbett talks about ACTORS

  I first heard ACTORS in 2017, after my friend Filip from Side-Line Magazine introduced me to their music by sending me a link to their music video. They piqued my interest in a way that not many newer acts do. I was rather excited when their debut album It Will Come To You was finally released in March 2018. Although they rely on post-punk and new-wave influences, their approach to the genres is fresh…

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Interview with Matthew Setzer: All you ever wanted to know and then some more

Interview with Matthew Setzer: All you ever wanted to know and then some more

  With work for bands like London After Midnight, Skinny Puppy and ohGr, Kanga, Indradevi, and even more under his belt, Matthew Setzer has shown himself to be quite a talented and prolific musician. His technical and academic background in music is just as impressive as the list of bands he’s worked with; he boasts a Bachelor of Music in Composition/Technology from the University of Montana, a Master of Fine Arts in Experimental Sound Practices…

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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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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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Joe Crudgington talks about Drownd

Joe Crudgington talks about Drownd

  I had the pleasure of speaking with the multi-talented Joe Crudgington recently, frontman of UK/LA industrial rock newcomers Drownd, who have recently joined the Armalyte Records roster just in time for an exciting summer of new music. Check the links below for Drownd’s new album and music video for “Sick Like You.”  How did you guys hook up with Armalyte and who are your other favorite Armalyte bands? Joe: Basically I’d put the track…

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Bill Leeb talks about “Wake Up The Coma”, “Amadeus” and more

Bill Leeb talks about “Wake Up The Coma”, “Amadeus” and more

  Two years ago, we talked with Bill Leeb about Front Line Assembly, Delerium and some of his other projects, as well as the electro-industrial music scene. In this extensive interview, Bill shared some of his early memories of Canada, his passion for collecting records, his experience of getting together with other Skinny Puppy members, his music influences, and the success of Echogenetic. After the release of Wake Up The Coma, we felt it was…

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Swine Time With Raymond Watts And Giles Moorhouse Of Armalyte

Swine Time With Raymond Watts And Giles Moorhouse Of Armalyte

  I kept having to add questions to this interview because Raymond and Giles/Armalyte Records have both been so prolific since PIG’s tour with Killing Joke this past fall. It speaks somewhat to my tendency to agonize over what to say to people I admire so much, but more so to PIG’s relentless productivity since the launch of Risen this past June. Sure enough, now we’ve got some new offerings from the Lord of Lard…

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Daniel Myer talks about Haujobb, DSTR and Radioaktivists

Daniel Myer talks about Haujobb, DSTR and Radioaktivists

  Haujobb has been a part of the gothic/EBM/industrial music scene for 25 years. Although their early work was inspired by Sci-Fi movies and industrial music icons Skinny Puppy, their sound is hard to label; it may be described as a mix of different styles wrapped up in the unique and distinctive Haujobb music expression. Their live shows are always special; Haujobb will never leave you cold-hearted. We finally had the opportunity to talk to…

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