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Death RockFeaturedFeaturesIndustrialMusicPost-PunkStreaming

A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky to get the chance to premiere the new video for the track “Stranger (feat. SAMMUS)” off of SEEMING’s upcoming record on Artoffact Records, SOL. Seeming blends post-punk, industrial and pop in a witty, addictive way, and the intense atmosphere that drew me

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When Depeche Mode first touched down on Eastern European soil in 1985 as part of their Some Great Reward tour, there was no way of judging what reaction they’d get. The British synth band had, for the first time, been able to arrange concerts in Warsaw and Budapest – but with their records banned

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This is just next level awesomeness – SPK performing Brickworks in 1981. This band was so ahead of their time it’s really hard to put into words!    

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Kush Arora and his dark and noisy post-dub/industrial project ONLY NOW are no mystery to these pages. And there’s a good goddamned reason for that – because this project by the San Francisco-based producer/musician is redefining the DNA of post-industrial and dark, apocalyptic, and atmospheric electronic music, and we’re huge supporters of

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Black MetalFeaturedIndustrialMusicNoiseReviews

In 2014, american were releasing their debut album, Coping with Loss, through Sentient Ruin Laboratories, combining black metal and sludge with a noise and industrial perspective. This has not been a new trend in extreme metal, with acts like Full of Hell and The Body performing similar alchemical experiments. In

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Avant GardeFeaturedFeaturesIndustrialMusicPost-PunkStreaming

Our comrades Consouling Sounds have started a new label called Circuits that will focus on releasing electronic-inspired music. The first project that they will be putting out is a rad band called FÄR, and today we are premiering their new video “Last Straw” below. An-Sofie De Meyer’s vocals are freaking awesome – I think

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