Bolstering the band’s 30th-anniversary celebrations, the 2023 vinyl release of Filter’s third studio album, ‘The Amalgamut’ (Craft Recordings), debuts as a 2LP set with printed inner...
In our latest Cover Story, the mysterious artist Skynd talks about her fascination with serial killers and true crime, plus her mental health battles.
Alternative Industrial rock pioneers Filter today announced a series of headline dates that will connect several of their appearances at U.S. festivals.
Mona Mur unveils her interpretation of the iconic Nirvana anthem of a generation, “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” It comes as one part of her ‘Teen Icon’...
Today, Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper announced the 2023 “Freaks on Parade Tour” with industrial pioneers Ministry and eclectic alternative rock act Filter.
Heaving with potent melodic magnetism and wicked sonic depth, The Hunger's “Tears To Cry” (Wake Up! Music Rocks) throbs with a sense of dark, weighty imminence.
ORGY has unveiled a new single entitled “Empty,” taken from their jus-announced EP, ‘NEWMUSIC,’ due in the Summer of 2023.
Supporting their album ‘The New Torment,’ Contracult frontman Travis Bacon, aka Svart, joins us for a Pumping Metal interview to discuss his healthy lifestyle.
Despite a modern industrial, punk rock thump powering the soundtrack, the music, the aura, and the look of Wednesday 13's ‘Horrifier’ (Napalm Records) still maintains that...
Platinum-selling alternative/industrial rock band Filter has unveiled their eagerly-anticipated new single, “For the Beaten,” via Golden Robot Records.
At Download 2022, Damian Fitzgerald spoke with Dead Posey about touring, writing their ‘Blue Monday’ EP, and terrifying links to The Ring’s “Samara.”
Mona Mur premieres her “SCHIELDWALL” music video; the first single off new record ‘Snake Island,’ due September 30th release via Give/Take Records.
With over a hundred bands to navigate, we've tried to help by picking out our ten must-see bands for Download Festival this weekend.
Danny Elfman has unveiled a reimagined version of his song “True” with none other than Trent Reznor.
If the mechanized and factory floor musical mimicking by the likes of Godflesh, Pitchshifter, Frontline Assembly, Ministry, Nitzer Ebb, early Nine Inch Nails, Skin Chamber, and...