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With 2017 being a relatively quiet year for the eminent Chicago electroscuzz act, GoFight now offers audiences the first taste of the band’s upcoming album, Tokyo Sexwale, in this special ReGen Magazine exclusive premiere of the music video for “Welcome to the Future.” Shot and directed by Paul Christopher Greene, the video is intended as […]
Nearly two years after the release of the Monsters for the Masses debut album, horror/darkwave act Ghosts in the Graveyard has announced a remix companion, titled The Last Halloween. With a planned release date of October 19 to coincide with th…
Available now is the brand new video the Psy’Aviah song “Looking For The Sun” featuring Lumí (Sunnie Williams). The video was shot on location in London (UK) and stars Popova Olga. The song is taken from the “Looking For The Sun” EP as released by Alfa Matrix records. Directed, filmed and edited by Andrea Busco with set production assistance by Sergei Lacky, the post editing was executed by Yves Schelpe. You can stream the full EP right below or download it from Bandcamp.
Denver based industrial metal band Ritual Aesthetic will be releasing a new album titled “Wound Garden” on July 27th with Cleopatra Records. The band was formed by Sean Ragan of extreme horror band Dawn of Ashes, and this will be their 2nd record. Since their start in 2013 the band has built an impressive following in Colorado and beyond and will take their music worldwide with Wound Garden. The band’s next single and music video for the track “The Analog Flesh” has just been launched and you can see it in an exclusive premiere on Side-Line. Ritual Aesthetic is an industrial metal band formed in 2014 by drummer Sean Ragan. Originally a solo studio project, Ritual Aesthetic released 2014’s “Decollect” on Juggernaut Services UK. In 2016 Ritual Aesthetic was turned into a live band by Ragan, recruiting musicians from the extreme metal scene to begin performing live. Between 2016 and 2018 while writing the followup album “Wound Garden”, Ritual Aesthetic performed as direct support for acts such as The Revolting Cocks, 3TEETH, Frontline Assembly and My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, sparking the attention of Cleopatra Records. During this time, Ragan experimemted with score work, scoring the shows The Drowning […]
Mute Records has announced a second round of reissues for the pioneering industrial collective Throbbing Gristle. Remastered editions of Journey Through a Body, Mission of Dead Souls, and Heathen Earth will be released in CD and vinyl formats o…
With the impending release of the band’s new EP, Infinite Spectre, Brooklyn industrial act Statiqbloom has revealed a new music video for the track “Thin Hidden Hand” via Revolver. Created and shot in the underground tunnels of her native New York City by filmmaker, artist, and photographer Katrin Albert, the video represents the director’s “take […]
The recently released “Eleven Grinding Songs”, the debut album by Lederman / De Meyer is one of the best EBM releases which have been released this year so far. Lederman / De Meyer is the brand new project between 2 electronic music legends Jean-Marc Lederman and Jean-Luc De Meyer. “Eleven Grinding Songs” is released in 4 versions. Besides the regular CD album (available here), there is also the 2CD set (with an 11-track bonus disc with 4 exclusive additional songs plus 7 remixes or alternative versions) (available here) and a deluxe download (available here) plus also a black vinyl edition (including a carton sleeve CD edition with the same track-list) (available here). Side-Line decided to go to the roots of the project together with Jean-Marc Lederman. In today’s article we talk with Jean-Marc Lederman how he got involved with Front 242 in the early 90’s. Jean-Marc: “I was working at Play It Again Sam at the time (1990) and Front 242 approached me to become their office manager. They had set up their basis of operation in a villa in Aarschot, near Leuven, and needed someone to coordinate most non-creative things like handling communication with the label, acting as a smooth […]
Throbbing Gristle has announced the second phase of their ongoing reissues with Mute. September 14 will see remastered editions of “Journey Through a Body” (on silver vinyl and CD) and “Mission of Dead Souls” (on white vinyl and CD), while “Heathen Earth” will be re-released on blue vinyl and as a 2CD set. Listen to “Persuasion U.S.A.” from Mission of Dead Souls below. The releases follow the 40th anniversary release of “The Second Annual Report”, as well as new editions of “20 Jazz Funk Greats” and “The Taste Of TG: A Beginner’s Guide to Throbbing Gristle” – all out now and available. Throbbing Gristle are Chris Carter, Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson (who passed away on November 25, 2010), Cosey Fanni Tutti and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.
“As Gods Fall” celebrates the 10th year of existence for the German ritual cinematic ambient project by Marcus Stiglegger aka Vortex. It is the final part of the mythical trilogy that began with “Kali Yuga” (2013) and “Moloch” (2015). Pre-orders for this ritual music chef-d’oeuvre can be placed right here via the label itself. Inspired by the Nordic mythology of the Edda, this album revives the realm of the Old Gods in their final conflict. As before this musical reflection on mythology is used as a metaphor for a portrait of the present world out of balance. The tracks were composed after a journey to the ancient viking relics of Scandinavia in 2015. Marcus Stiglegger: “Breathing the air of history I felt ultimately connected to the past and heritage of the old Germanic tribes and their mythology, also understanding what this all means for what happens in the world today. “As Gods Fall” is a cycle of music invoking forgotten energies and lost wisdom…” Here’s a preview: For this album Marcus S. was joined by several guests (including Michael De Victor of While Angels Watch), providing instrumental and vocal contributions. The album was recorded from the summer of 2015 to […]
Between 1986 and 1988, Desireless’ hitsingle “Voyage, voyage” made it to number one in many European and Asian single charts and sold over five million copies. The track, composed by Jean-Michel Rivat and Dominique Dubois, now sees a re-release in a wonderfully stripped version. You can enjoy the new version below. Here’s the original version.