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Jonestown – Dyatlov

So after a two year gap between Aokigahara, the debut album by Brighton lunatics Jonestown, those trusting people at Long Branch Records have removed their straitjackets and let them loose in the studio for an even more disturbing follow up titled Dyatlov. It really is hard to define them in …

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Lord Of The Lost Sign To Napalm Records

LORD OF THE LOST SIGN TO NAPALM RECORDS! New Ensemble Album Coming In Fall 2017! [Lord of the Lost with senior product manager Billie Klein @ the Napalm Records Berlin Office] Napalm Records is proud to welcome a new family member to their ever-expanding artist roster, as LORD OF THE …

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Anti-Clone – The Root of Man

Looking like the strange, steampunk cousins of Evil Scarecrow, Boston’s Anti-Clone are finally in a stable position after a few years of unrest. They’ve certainly built a rousing touring pedigree in recent times – Skindred, Breed 77 and American Head Charge have all allowed the Brits a share of their …

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Hanzel Und Gretyl – Audio, Glasgow, 14/10/2015

Together with autumn chills and colours the concert season knocks on your door.  October, November and December seem to be the busiest months gig wise.  So if you are in Glasgow, then after seeing the dark and mysterious Sisters of Mercy (or the charming Devin Townsend) on Monday, you are …

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Hanzel Und Gretyl – Black Forest Metal

It became quite fashionable for industrial/EBM bands to go more and more aggressive – more metal. Hanzel Und Gretyl is no exception. They started their metal approach some time earlier and when 2014 knocked on the door they were already working on the new album. This new Dark and heavy …

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The Silverblack release new video “Chimera”

“Chimera”, the first single/video from The Silverblack, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band’s forthcoming self-titled debut album, tentatively scheduled for an autumn/winter release. The Silverblack is a brand new industrial-metal project formed by the multi-instrumentalist and producer Alessio Nero Argento (already active with his main …

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Jenx revisited by Lyynk – Drift

@AnybodyBC reviews Drift by .@JENXNOISE out February 8 on M-Tronic for @Planetmosh It’s not the first time a metal band has attempted the electro deconstruction of their music. Usually these experiments are like marmite too, receiving opinions from ‘why did they do that? They ruined everything’ to the ‘masterpiece’. Experimenting is …

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The Defiled – Daggers

...this is a full on metal album, full of huge chugging guitars, great vocals and one which seems to embrace the anarchic spirit of punk...

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Dagoba – Post Portem Nihil Est

A decade on from their self-titled debut album, French industrial metallers Dagoba have found themselves having to undergo something of a re-invention for this, their fifth full-length album – and not least because of the sudden and controversial departure last year of founder Izakar, whose guitar sound many fans and …

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Combichrist – No Redemption (DmC: Devil May Cry OST)

Music aside, the industrial “scene” so to speak is at once compelling and completely perplexing, for while there exists a healthy number of acts who have attained considerable success despite the often violent, machine-like and vastly uncommercial tendencies it possesses (Combichrist themselves are often described as “aggrotech”), it’s never had …

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nulldB – ‘Endzeit’

It’s probably a bit pat to say – but, then, the band do allude to it in their own press collateral – but a German band playing industrial-tinged metal and singing in their native language are inevitably going to draw comparisons with Rammstein. And, yes, there are other references with …

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9MM – Volle Kraft Voraus

It’s times like these I realise I should have learned German instead of French at school. 9MM, like Rammstein, shove their music in your face in without any English language alternative and, just like Rammstein, you wouldn’t really want the tracks to sound any other way because the language sits …

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Mnemic – ‘Mnemesis’

Taking their name from the Greek work ‘mnemonic’, meaning ‘the art of development’, it’s not surprising that this Danish-based international quintet should show off their etymological skills with the play on words that is the title of this, their latest full-length opus.  It’s just a pity that this is one …

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Interview with J.B – Man.Machine.Industry – 24th April 2012

Following on from our recent review of their new album, “Lean Back, Relax and Watch the World Burn” we caught up with J.B from Man.Machine.Industry who gave us a bit of insight into the band and how their latest album came about. Hi J.B, thanks for taking the time to …

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Man.Machine.Industry – Lean Back, Relax and Watch the World Burn

Hailing from Sweden, Man.Machine.Industry return with their fourth studio album inspired by the movie “Aftermath:Population zero”. It’s a huge beast of industrial metal that is relentless in its attack. On occasion I’ve been known to dip my toe into the sounds of industrial metal from time to time and right …

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