UK industrial artist Matt Hart has unveiled the Sandra DesOrmeaux-directed music video for his hard-hitting track, “Triolith.” Hart, who…
Celebrating the phenomenon that is a leap year, you know, when a year contains an additional day in order…
Ministry’s Prescripture: The Visual History (Melodic Virtue) is a beautifully designed, fully authorized visual history of the career of a brilliant band and man (Al Jourgensen), as designed by Aaron Tanner. Every page is lovingly laid out with photos, advertisements, illustrations, and scribbles – many of which have never before seen the light of day.
Endurance (Tenacity Music) is an appropriate title for the seventh album from MXD, the Swiss electro-industrial outfit who have been navigating the underground for an impressive twenty-two years. Try swimming in this release’s murky depths.
Paradise? What paradise? German industrial metal pioneers KMFDM have returned with their brand new 21st studio album Paradise, due out on September 27th, via Metropolis Records. In honour, we present the exclusive premiere of the title track’s new music video.
Sometimes the only way to power through a gloomy Tuesday is by fighting fire with fire, so we’re blasting away the dark, cloudy weather with a “A Form To Be” video premiere from LA industrial metal trio, Fact Pattern.
Los Angeles-based female-fronted metal act, Fate DeStroyed, made their live debut at Malone’s and concertgoers left thinking “Wow!”. Rarely does a debut show go off so well.
New York-based electronic/industrial duo Uniform have released the audio of “Alone In The Dark,” the second single from their new album The Long Walk.
New York-based electronic/industrial duo Uniform have joined forces with drummer Greg Fox (Liturgy, Zs) to write and release a new album called The Long Walk.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #8 features Ministry.
“Will It Be Enough?” Check out this free download from French industrial metal band Heartlay and see for yourself!
Where many of their peers’ good efforts often result in puddle-deep and vapid dribble, 3Teeth offer something greater, something more cinematic.