Tag Archives: EBM

3teeth live at the Key Club in Leeds on 04.02.2020

3teeth

3teeth and PIG live at the Key Club in Leeds on 04.02.2020 The Key Club is a long-standing Leeds venue that is basically a large dark dingy cellar.  The large crowd tonight looks like a sea of black, packed with an army of industrial metallers and goths.  The audience has …

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Aesthetic Perfection – Audio, Glasgow – 05/08/2015

Many bands love Glasgow. Aesthetic Perfection is no exception. Last year they were rocking The Classic Grand together with Faderhead, and they were back again, this year – to the Audio club. While people were slowly gathering in Audio, the first opening act, a local band called Advance started their …

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Combichrist – The Classic Grand, Glasgow

There are so many things to do when December knocks on your door. One thing is a must – to check EBM masters Combichrist playing live, especially if you find yourself in Glasgow.  They were here exactly one year ago with their old school set and as promised they are …

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Phal:Angst – ‘Black Country’

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As a journalist, I must hold my hands up and admit that it is those of us who chosen to pursue this particular path to critique music who have invented all sorts of little pigeon holes into which slot particular bands and the “style” or “type” of music they choose …

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Combichrist – We Love You

@AnybodyBC reviews We Love You by .@combichristarmy out March 21 on @outofline for @Planetmosh The first time I heard that Combichrist was going to release a new album with the quite interesting title ‘We Love You‘, was in the end of 2013, when Andy LaPlegua and Joe Letz had their …

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Aesthetic Perfection & Faderhead – The Classic Grand, Glasgow – 16/02/14

.@daniel_graves @faderhead and @Terrolokaust show in Glasgow review by @AnybodyBC for @PlanetMosh Aesthetic Perfection and Faderhead made another great electro evening for Glaswegians on 16th of February and they brought Spanish team Terrolokaust with them to make it even more groovy. Everything started at 7:30 pm when Terrolokaust took to …

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