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KMFDM ‘Rocks – Milestones Reloaded’

Back in 1984 Sascha Konietsko’s “performance art project” became Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, quickly abbreviated to KMFDM. KMFDM pioneered the crossover between techno/dance and heavy metal, creating their unique sound in the field of Industrial Rock. This latest release ‘ROCKS’ is a personal ‘best of’ compilation by KMFDM protagonists …

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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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Anzi – Black Dog Bias

Anzi Destruction former lead singer of Finnish rock band Stereo Junks! well known for his exciting and energetic live performances, which included fire breathing, launched his solo career in 2011 when he released his début self produced album ‘High Clash Motherfucker’, on which he played nearly every instrument.  As a solo performer the …

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Anzi – Releases Second Album ‘Black Dog Bias’ on 22nd June

ANZI – Industrial punk rebel releases spectacular second album ‘Black Dog Bias’ on 22nd June ‘Black Dog Bias’ is the stunning second album from Finnish-born London-based industrial rock rebel, Anzi. Taking its title from a known phenomenon in animal shelters, the record explores our subconscious fears and prejudices, and sets its …

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The Dreaming – Rise Again

The Dreaming are an American industrial rock band who rose from the ashes of the powerhouse that was Stabbing Westward. Formed by lead vocalist Chris Hall and drummer Johnny Haro The Dreaming have two full length albums and a handful of EP’s to their name. Rise Again was titled by …

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Kissin’ Dynamite – Megalomania

Megalomania is the fourth album from five piece German hard rock band Kissin’ Dynamite. Formed in 2007 the band released their first album ‘Steel of Swabia’ in 2008, taking the name of the region in Germany they hail from. Since then their career has delivered two further albums before this …

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Deathstars – The Perfect Cult

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Perfect Cult’ by @deathstars released via @nuclearblasteu Deathstars came to the heavy music scene 14 years ago and their musical style varies from gothic metal to industrial synth death rock. Confused? Oh well, I think you might find everything mentioned above in their music. These Swedish guys have …

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Beissert – ‘Darkness Devil Death’

Dresden’s Beissert may be deeply steeped in Satanism but they have the ballsy bravura needed to take their belief system out of what would many would regard as the traditional format for ‘black metal’ and take it to a new dimension, combining groove metal, industrial and thrash in a way …

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Otargos – Apex Terror

Otargos are a French black metal band, and their latest offering, Apex Terror, contains 9 tracks of intense and well-produced extremity. Aggressive, clear, fast, bleak, and highly negative, it’s vaguely reminiscent of fellow Frenchmen Antaeus. “For Terra” slows down enough to really groove; “Remnant From A Long-Dead Star” continues that …

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Ministry From Beer To Eternity (AFM)

Once upon a time Ministry were the leaders in their field with imitators a long way behind. With a career that spanned 25 years + until they decided to call it a day a few years back. They now appear to be hellbent on tarnishing that solid gold reputation with what …

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Fear Factory – The Industrialist (cd)

  When you think of Fear Factory your mind automatically conjures images of mechanical, hardcore industrial power fused metal. When the brothers of destruction, Mr Dino Cazares and Burton C. Bell were re-united in 2010 for the “Mechanize” album after spending ten long years apart, people wondered how long would …

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