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From the moment I first heard Dennis Sanders’ captivating industrial-rock project Spirit in the Room, I’ve been hooked on the dark passion of their at times contradictory, always hard to define sound. And you should be too. Leaden with sad crooning and cutting, scathing lyrics, if you get a chance

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Give us a little bit over 6 minutes of your time, and allow MMMΔ to transport your whole being to a different plane! It’s time for you to witness their desolate new video for “Awogans.” This song is from their new album EGOISMO that is coming on 13th September via Antifrost records.

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If you’re looking for the best searing, unplugged industrial metal of 2019, listen no further than Portland’s At the Heart of the World. This Oregonian duo unleashed their monstrous debut EP, Rotting Forms early last year, announcing their arrival into the realms of rusted, monolithic industrial with an uncommon vision.

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1980s NYC noise-rock band LIVE SKULL founder/frontman Mark C and bassist Kent Heine have created something new and special, a dark electronic project called o13. On first listen, it is odd and surprising, it causes conflicting emotions in me, and then all of a sudden I’m sucked into a quirky universe

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In 2017, we had the honor of interviewing PACT INFERNAL, a dark and mysterious electronic music project. We’ve been huge fans of their output – ominous and lurking soundscapes that will turn even the sunniest of spaces into a bleak, cold wasteland. When they reached out to us the other

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DESERTFEST LONDON 2019 DAY TWO Photos and text by Abi Coulson Darktones Photography  Local Londoners ELEPHANT TREE are on bright and early in the Electric Ballroom and it’s a frustrated dash from the tube station through a very packed Camden High Street to catch the last couple of songs. It’s worth

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