30 years ago (this month), the Front Line Assembly classic “Caustic Grip” was released. I wrote a retrospective about it 5 years ago, interviewing both Bill and Rhys and their label boss at the time, Gary Levermore. Check it out!
In support of key workers dealing with the Covid-19 crisis, Wayne Hussey from The Mission is releasing a new version of “Tower of Strength”.
Front Line Assembly and Left Spine Down member Jeremy Inkel’s solo album “Hijacker” will be released soon. He finished the album tracks just before he passed away in 2018.
The German television company NDR will stream M’era Luna Crypt Edition on August 7-8, with selected readings, Q&A:s and live recordings from past year’s festivals. [more...]
Don’t miss our latest reviews of releases from Twice a Man, Arca, ke-ket, Einstürzende Neubauten, Empathy Test, Little Dragon and Kreign.
Sweden’s premier record label for electronic music Progress Productions was founded in April 2004. To celebrate their 100th release, the label has out together a massive compilation.
Cevin Key from Skinny Puppy has revealed that his new solo album is almost finished and he is aiming for a fall release on Artoffact Records.
Rhys Fulber from Front Line Assembly, Delerium, Conjure One et al recently announced that he and Bill Leeb are working on a new Noise Unit album, which got a lot of fans excited. But that’s far from everything he’s got in the pipeline, so here’s an update on what’s brewing. First off: new Conjure One album.
In a short and sweet update, Cat Rapes Dog announced that they will release remastered versions of their pre-1998 albums.
A short teaser for the upcoming Haus Arafna album was just put up on YouTube. The post-industrial duo promises “more angst, less pop” this time around.