Sky Valley Mistress have posted their isolation cover of Nine Inch Nails ‘Every Day Is Exactly The Same’ which you can check out here.
Richmond metal horde, Inter Arma has unveiled a cacophonic cover of Nine Inch Nails’ classic tune, “March of the…
It’s no secret, covering Nine Inch Nails is an intimidating task. There’s no one who puts more time and…
From Nine Inch Nails to Fad Gadget, David B from UK electro/goth punks, Calling All Astronauts, talks us through some of his biggest influences.
You’re about to run into some “Catastrophic Love” courtesy of the industrial magic of Ghostatic. What once began as…
Celebrating the phenomenon that is a leap year, you know, when a year contains an additional day in order…
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Michigan metallers Heartsick are here to provide a little mood music thanks to the debut of the gritty video for their new cover of the Nine Inch Nails classic, “The Hand That Feeds.”
We sat down with the #dungeonsynth master, Håvard Ellefsen, also known as Mortiis, about all things Mortiis, including the new Omniprescence Productions/Dead Seed Productions album Spirit of Rebellion, touring mishaps, and getting back in the saddle of creating music.
25 years following its initial Atlantic Records release, the motion picture soundtrack to The Crow stands tall, apart from the film, as a timeless, authentic ‘90s rock playlist — whether it’s Halloween, Christmas, or the 4th of July!
From Sublime to Kendrick Lamarr, California alternative rockers Night Riots talk us through six albums that helped shaped the sound o their new record New State of Mind
Released 20 years ago this week, Title of Record (Reprise), the sophomore set from Filter, is a bold musical statement — a portrait that remains vivid and vibrant. And the newly-released expanded 20th Anniversary edition from Craft Recordings is an extreme treat.
Blackened Whiskey began a collaborative effort between Metallica and Master Distiller Dave Pickerell. Sadly, Pickerell passed away last year, but we had the pleasure of speaking with his successor, Rob Dietrich, about the brand and its parent company Sweet Amber Distilling.
For the latest instalment in our Stereo Six series, UK “gutter-trash rock n’ roll” group The Suicide Notes detail six albums that helped shape the writing and recording of their new release, Smoke It Like a Cigarette (Acoustic Sessions).
The Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records soundtrack is not just a cultural snapshot of the early 1990s underground and industrial music scenes in Chicago, but a cleverly curated showcase of some of the Wax Trax! Records artists that helped shape that scene – and a delightful trip down memory lane in the process.