Blutengel – Vampire

Blutengel are on the hunt, and the hunt promises to be a victory. Because the band concentrates on its strengths for “Vampire” to create a new hit and a potential classic.

The second single of the upcoming album “Un:Gott” presents a …

OOMPH! unveil title, teaser, tracklist and artwork of new album!

The German industrial-metal trio around Crap, Dero and Flux is ready to release its 13th longplayer on January 18th 2019, called “Ritual”. According to singer Dero it’s “the most aggressive, heaviest and darkest album in a while”. The band states further: “We are very happy to introduce you to our new album “Ritual” today! This album contains 100% OOMPH!: We wrote, produced and mixed everything in our own recording studio! We used our time in between two tours to get some fresh and very inspiring impact of the recent live experiences and composed the majority of the songs in jam sessions all together. That probably explains why the songs on Ritual are hard, riff-heavy and dark. The album artwork brilliantly supports the mystical character of our songs and lyrics and leaves plenty of scope for own interpretations.” Tracklist: 01. Tausend Mann und ein Befehl 02. Achtung! Achtung! 03. Kein Liebeslied 04. Trümmerkinder 05. Europa (feat. Chris Harms / Lord Of The Lost) 06. Im Namen des Vaters 07. Das Schweigen der Lämmer 08. TRRR – FCKN – HTLR 09. Phönix aus der Asche 10. Lass’ die Beute frei 11. Seine Seele 12. In der Stille der Nacht (Bonus Track) 13. […]

‘Click Interview’ with Offerbeest: ‘People Need To Make Their Own Minds Up About The Music And Themes’

Maurice De Jong aka ‘Mories’ is a real prolific artist hailing from The Netherlands. He’s involved with numerous projects. Gnaw Their Tongues and Aderlating both are for sure some of his most renowned projects, but he also produced music as It Only Gets Worse, Caput Mortuum, Cloak Of Altering, De Magia Veterum, Hagetisse, Pyriphlegethon ao. Offerbeest is one of his newest sonic creations, which he started in 2017. He recently released the “Afrika”-album on Malignant Records. The work is an analogue creation dealing with hard-electronics and power-noise. Time for a brief introduction to the harsh world of Offerbeest. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: What incited you to set up Offerbeest and what makes this project different from all the other ones you’ve been involved with? Maurice: I wanted to do music without using samples/computer/DAW. Just using analogue gear; limiting myself in a way. At the time I found that doing ambient/noise/drone (like Aderlating) with digital gear was just too easy, not a challenge anymore. I use my DAW as a recording device of course, but there is no editing or manipulation. I think Offerbeest is my most straight up industrial/power electronics project. The focus lays on the rhythms, bass […]

Cryo – Sanitarium

Cryo has for sure grown to become one of the biggest names in EBM/Electronic scene coming from Sweden. After several shows at all big festivals Wave Gotik Treffen, Amphi Festival, NCN Festival, Electronic Winter, E-Tropolis, Campus No…

Queer DIY punk act Devours signs with Artoffact Records

Artoffact Records has announced the signing of Vancouver-based act Devours aka Jeff Cancade. He brings – and we quote the label – the sound of a queer DIY punk channelling love for The Presets, Fischerspooner, and Britney Spears, mixed with vintage Nintendo themes into fiery, confessional bedroom electro pop anthems. After releasing a debut LP called “Late Bloomer” in 2016, which detailed Jeff’s experiences coming out as gay and finding his place in the Vancouver arts community, Devours scored slots in Vancouver’s Khatsahlano, Music Waste, and Fringe festivals. The project also recently toured Eastern Canada with Mint Records recording artist Kellarissa. After experimenting with an electronic pop-rock sound that laid the foundations, Cancade found the Devours sound by mixing in disco, funk, and 80s video game sounds with a political and nostalgic fury. Devours’ sophomore album, “Iconoclast”, will be released worldwide on Toronto-based Artoffact Records on March 8th. You can already listen to his previous album below.

John Bergin releases remastered editions of Trust Obey soundtrack to iconic underground comic

In 1994, a special edition of James O’Barr’s graphic novel The Crow was released by Kitchen Sink Press and Graphitti Designs, containing a soundtrack album created by John Bergin under his moniker of Trust Obey, titled Fear and Bullets. The album was later released via Deezal/Invisible Records in 1999 as a standalone item featuring remixed […]

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