If the mechanized and factory floor musical mimicking by the likes of Godflesh, Pitchshifter, Frontline Assembly, Ministry, Nitzer Ebb,…
Married LA rockers Dead Posey talk about their new EP “Malfunction”, life in LA and some of the artists that inspiration their visuals.
The obsessive Mortiis fanbase will most probably find much to enjoy on Spirit Of Rebellion, and there are genuine fragments of inspired dungeon synth that could be reworked and moulded into a new and spirited beast given the time and attention.
If you’ve never witnessed a Tool show, this review of their November 11th show at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with Killing Joke won’t really do it justice, but Darren Eagles does about as best as you could in his review and photos of the band’s astounding performance.
Guitarist John 5 has had a superb career, both as a solo artist and as the long-time axeman for Rob Zombie. We spoke with John about his new album Invasion, his love for touring in Canada, his KISS collection, Ministry, Nikki Sixx, and much more!
On a windy Wednesday night in Toronto, The Black Queen rolled through the Velvet Underground for their first live show in the area, bringing with them New York city three-piece band Uniform and SRSQ.
Berlin-based (by way of Los Angeles, CA) electro-rockers, The Dark will issue their driving debut, Live.Create.Destroy., on May 3rd. An addictive eleven-track affair, check out the world premiere album stream and exclusive track-by-track guide from Brandon Ashley.
Awesome to see a long-time stomp machine PIG lighting things up again for summer, by way of his latest industrial swagger ‘Prey & Obey’.
London, England’s electronic/industrial hard rockers, Ventenner, are gearing up to release their third album, Invidia, and today we’re debuting the ripping single “Break In Two.”
There was an Orgy at The Rockpile on January 10th, and it was loud! The Californian industrial rock band showed just how well they can stir the pot, fuel the night’s fire, and keep everyone moving.
Sounding more like a B-side than a single, the production and approach on the track by War Nurse is still a welcome approach to bygone eras of industrial meeting goth meeting rock.
Nope, this isn’t a collection of lost Nine Inch Nails songs from their mid-late ’90s glory days. Instead, what you’re hearing is the brand new album Start:Decline from Canada’s industrial rock band Panik Attack.
We caught up with American rock band Orgy for an interview. In this episode of My Hand Is Cold with your host, Christopher Gonda, chats with lead vocalist Jay Gordon about a range of topics including Donald Trump, dick pics and some dude named, Prince?