Release Magazine asked Chris Corner (IAMX) for his top 10 albums of the decade (2010-2019). [more...]
We have asked a wide range of artists, record label owners and music profiles to list their 10 favorite albums of the decade (2010-2019). We’ll post their lists one by one, starting today! [more...]
Recent updates in our Nordic live guide On Stage: Rammstein, A-ha (“Hunting High and Low” live), Lustans Lakejer, Fancy, record fair in Stockholm, Ekobrottsmyndigheten, Aesthetic Perfection, Lindemann changed venues – and more.
In a recent interview with Amphi festival organizers, they talked about how that it’s more and more important to book your live acts early. Well, the program for Amphi 2020 (July 25-26) in Cologne is already set. [more...]
The first trailer for “Wonder Woman 1984″ showcases the films 80:s extravagant 80:s theme, to the sound of New Order’s “Blue Monday” (in an instrumental remix). Watch the trailer below. [more...]
Release hosts the premiere of the new Mortiis video “A Dark Horizon” (for Scandinavia except Norway). The clip will be unlisted until Sunday. The track is taken from his upcoming album, which marks an expansion of the “dungeon synth” (as he calls it) and ambient industrial sound of his early Cold Meat Industry days.
Watch the video and read his comments below. [more...]
Chicago has long been recognised as the birthplace of American industrial music mainly due to the presence of label WaxTrax! Records. A crowd-funding campaign led by American filmmaker Chris Harris has started to realise the city’s music history. [more...]
We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Misery Loves Co., Nina, Digitalism, Red Mecca, Marilyn Manson, The New Division and Grimes.
Industrial metal band Misery Loves Co. took a 19 year break after their last album. We covered these talaented Swedes in the printed Release in the 90:s, a decade full of raving reviews, a Swedish Grammy award and extensive touring with acts like Paradise Lost, Slayer, Machine Head and Fear Factory. Now they’re back again, with a strong album of dark and moody rock with industrial influences. Eager to learn more, we asked Patrik Wirén a bunch of questions. “More bands should split up and disappear for a few years! I do believe the break made us a better band”, he says. [more...]
Recent updates of our Nordic live guide On Stage includes Front 242, Lindemann, She Past Away, Hell:Sector, Kite, Alphaville and more.