Orbital tours North America, including Moogfest
Aug 2012 16

British duo Orbital has made plans for a North American tour in September and October. [more...]

German festivals plan ahead
Aug 2012 15

The German festivals Amphi (pic) and M’era Luna have already made detailed plans for 2013. [more...]

Aug 2012 15

We are back from vacation and will gradually increase the activity here at Releasemagazine.net.

The new site is now 1 1/2 months old and working well.

Jul 2012 30

Ministry’s Al Jourgensen experienced a full-system collapse during the Ministry show in Paris and was brought to a hospital via ambulance. [more...]

Jul 2012 27

As a thank you to the fans for having a great comeback year, Haujobb has released their new EP via Bandcamp, so that you can get it for free.  [more...]

Some tidbits about Depeche Mode’s new album
Jul 2012 24

As you might know, Depeche Mode singer David Gahan has just released an album he made with together with the British band Soulsavers. It’s called “The Light the Dead See”, and while doing a one-off gig to promote it in Los Angeles, Rich (from Soulsavers) and David did an interview for DIY. Of course they talk about their collaboration, but there are also some Depeche Mode tidbits slipping out. [more...]

Even more new Celldweller material emerges
Jul 2012 24

As if Klayton in Celldweller hasn’t given us enough this month with the release of his mammoth album “Wish Upon a Blackstar”, he’s already bringing us new material. [more...]

Jul 2012 23

The official song of the 2012 London Olympics was made by The Chemical Brothers, and in classic Chemical style it’s a pumping electronic track.

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New album from The Birthday Massacre
Jul 2012 20

The industrial goth electro (genre description taken from Metropolis band page) band The Birthday Massacre just announced on their Twitter that they have a new album coming.  [more...]

Bill Leeb on the new Delerium and Front Line Assembly
Jul 2012 16

Very recently, Bill Leeb put up an image on Facebook that just had the word “Monarch” on it. It was apparently cover art for something new, but no more information was given, except that it was Delerium. Thus, I contacted Bill himself to get some clarity. [more...]

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