The Mobile Homes get ready to release first album in 11 years
Jan 2021 27

Swedish synthpop veterans The Mobile Homes just announced the title of their upcoming album and released a new video – watch it below.

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Watch Black Nail Cabaret’s new video
Feb 2021 04

We hosted the premiere of the new Black Nail Cabaret video for a reworked version of “Maelstrom” – watch it below. It’s taken from the dark and dramatic electronic pop duo’s critically acclaimed 2020 album “Gods Verging on Sanity”, which was rated 8 in Release. [more...]

The Damage Control collective shares the love for old school industrial – interview
Mar 2021 06

Collaborations are common on the industrial scene, but Damage Control takes it to the next level. So be warned: there’s some serious namedropping in this interview, including Chris Peterson, Phil Western, Greg Reely, Claus Larsen and Gin Devo.
Damage Control is quite new on the scene, having only released one album so far. It’s quite a strong album, and now it sort of returns albeit in remixed form. It’s all about the love for groovy old-school industrial music like Front Line Assembly, Noise Unit and Skinny Puppy. We asked Bill Barsby some questions, he is the main man behind the name and resides in Melbourne, Australia. [more...]

Staying Sane with Fix8:Sed8 – interview
Apr 2021 27

Fix8:Sed8 have steadily been rising through the ranks of the electro industrial scene, getting stronger and stronger with each release. Melding Vancouver industrial à la Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly with its own twists and turns, the latest album “The Inevitable Relapse” further cements the band’s position. So we figured it was time to reach out to the man behind the name, Martin Sane. [more...]

Duran Duran interviewed – harmonic friends in turbulent times
Oct 2021 15

40 years after their self-titled debut album Duran Duran is still going strong with their 15th studio album ”Future Past” (October 22, 2021). The new album features collaborations with artists as diverse as Swedish pop star Tove Lo, Blur guitarist Graham Coxon and Japanese punk band CHAI. Erol Alkan and the legendary Giorgio Moroder helped out with production.

Release’s Sebastian Hess had a nice video chat with founding member Nick Rhodes while the band was preparing for a performance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. They talked about how the pandemic made the album better, favorite collectables, Swedish connections, Nick’s side project and they even had time for a mini quiz.

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