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Depeche Mode, The Smiths, The Mission, Gary Numan, etc. unite for brand new charity single ‘Tower Of Strength’ – check the preview

Wayne Hussey, frontman of The Mission, will soon have a new single out in support of key workers dealing with Covid-19 globally. He has remade the classic Mission anthem “Tower Of Strength”, joined by members of The Cure, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Slowdive, Bauhaus / Love and Rockets, The Smiths, The Twilight Sad, Depeche Mode, The Cult, The Wonder Stuff, Gary Numan, Evi Vine, Midge Ure (Ultravox), Spear of Destiny / Theatre Of Hate, Beauty In Chaos, The Soft Cavalry, All About Eve, Guns N’ Roses, Nine Inch Nails and Gene Loves Jezebel. The actual collaborators include: Andy Rourke, Billy Duffy, Budgie, Evi Vine, Gary Numan, James Alexander Graham, Jay Aston, Julianne Regan, Kevin Haskins, Kirk Brandon, Lol Tolhurst, Martin Gore, Michael Aston, Michael Ciravolo, Midge Ure, Miles Hunt, Rachel Goswell, Richard Fortus, Robin Finck, Steve Clarke, Tim Palmer, Trentemøller Produced by Wayne Hussey, this release features mixes by Tim Palmer and Trentemöller. This is also the first time brothers Jay and Michael Aston (of Gene Loves Jezebel) have recorded anything together since parting ways many years ago. Here’s a preview of the song featuring for instance Martin Gore. The single itself will be out on August 28 on all […]

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KMFDM – IN DUB

KMFDM takes the Ultra Heavy Beat to the next level with ‘IN DUB’, reinterpreting some of the best known songs of the group’s 35 year career into a blistering set of dubbed-out grooves and atmospheres.
With a history of addressing poli…

Click Interview’ with Then Comes Silence: ’We Have More Influences From The 50s, 60s And 70s Than From The 80s’

Swedish formation Then Comes Silence this year released their fourth full length album entitled ”Machine” (SPV Oblivion & Metropolis Records). The band is active since a couple of years now, but strikes back with a renewed line-up. Alex Svenson (vocals, bass, synthesizers), Jonas Fransson (drums), Mattias Ruejas Jonson (guitars) and Hugo Zombie (guitars) worked together with producer Alex Svenson while the album has been mixed by Stefan Glaumann (who already worked together with bands such Rammstein, Clawfinger, The 69 Eyes, Killing Joke ao). The result is a fully accomplished post-punk and cold-wave driven work, which will become without a shadow of a doubt one of the best albums of 2020. I got in touch with the band asking them a few questions. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Your new album “Machine” also is the first one with a ‘new’ line-up. Can you give us more details about ‘Then Comes Silence V.2’ and do you notice main differences/changes with the old line-up? Jonas: Mattias (previously in A Projection) and Hugo (previously in Los Carniceros Del Norte) joined us between ”Blood” and ”Machine”. The new line-up feels really good, we have become close friends and we are working very well together. […]

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