After reuniting and touring successfully, Ultravox are ready to release their first studio album in 28 (!) years.
Release had an opportunity to speak with Graham Crabb, original member of Pop Will Eat Itself (PWEI) as drummer, vocalist and songwriter, backstage before a gig in Camden, London.
PWEI started in England 1986 as a guitar driven outfit with witty lyrics using hooky pop culture references tracks. For their genre, they still have an industrial electronic following in dance clubs. Their live show today has the same intensity of those tours back in the early 1990:s.
We recently got some more information about the upcoming Front Line Assembly album.
24 trucks and a crew of over 100 men and women are needed when Rammstein tours North America.
Just announced, and in addition to acts mentioned previously, New Order will now be playing Sonar in Barcelona in 2012.
Bangface will be continuing their famous Weekenders this September with a real special treat.
The electronic pioneers in Portion Control are set to release a new album on April 16 called “Pure Form”.
Metropolis just announced that they’re releasing a Skinny Puppy live album.
If you’re on Twitter, you could follow an interesting (and drunk) Twitter drama where all four members of Kent posted about their adventures in Italy recently. And somewhere in the middle, they suddenly decided to announce their new single via the social network as well. Then the press release arrived.
Bill Leeb has stated on his Facebook page that a new Delerium album is finished, mastered and just waiting for artwork. We should expect an announcement soon, and a release this summer.