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Rabbit Junk to release first new album since 2010

Scheduled for release on January 26, electro/industrial and punk/digital hardcore act Rabbit Junk will unveil the band’s first full-length album since 2010. Exploring a new level of songwriting, production, and intensity, Rabbit Junk Will Die!: Meditations on Mortality is sure to be heralded as Rabbit Junk’s most ambitious record yet, with themes responding to the […]

Watch video new Editors single ‘Magazine’ taken from new album ‘Violence’

Out on March 9th is the new Editors album “Violence”, but before that the band has now released the video for their brand new single “Magazine”. The single, the band’s first in 3 years, is according to the Editors frontman Tom Smith “a pointed finger aimed at those in power…some corrupt politician or businessman…a character, and a tongue in cheek poke at the empty posturing and playing to the masses of the power hungry.” Hilary Clinton and Trump come to mind of course. The 9-track “Violence” is the 6th album from Editors, and was produced by Leo Abrahams (Wild Beasts, Florence & The Machine, Frightened Rabbit) and Editors with additional production from Benjamin John Power (Blanck Mass, Fuck Buttons) and mixed by Cenzo Townshend, except “Hallelujah (So Low)” mixed by Alan Moulder. The “Magazine” video was shot in Amsterdam by long term Editors collaborator Rahi Rezvani.

Check out the album videotrailer of the new Distoxia album ‘Visiones De Medianoche’

Fresh news from the Insane Records headquarters. The Chilean one-man band Distoxia is about to release a new full-length called “Visiones De Medianoche”, that will be available in physical and digital format. The album is expected to be released in early 2018 and will offer 13 tracks offering cocktail of vocal and instrumental works. In addition to the original tracks, “Visiones De Medianoche” includes 2 remixes by C-Lekktor and Freakangel, and collaboration with Reaxion Guerilla. The album is characterised by a distinctive sound wellknown as the ‘Latin America dark electro school’ with distorted vocals, rhythmic beats and melodic trance notes. The CD release will be limited to just 150 copies (6 panel matte digipak with double-layer matte slipcase, pit art technology, hand-numbered), while digital copies will be available from the official label store and Bandcamp page, as well as from all major digital platforms. Here’s the album preview:

Vinyl reissues for Lebanon Hanover albums ‘Why Not Just Be Solo’ and ‘The World Is Getting Colder’

Out via the Fabrika imprint by the end of this month are 2 vinyl (!) reissues of the Lebanon Hanover albums “Why Not Just Be Solo” and “The World Is Getting Colder”. The first album to be released, “The World Is Getting Colder”, was the debut for Larissa Georgiou and William Morris. They went for a sound very familiar to early 80s new wave and post punk mixed with analogue synths and dark boy/girl vocals. This is the third European vinyl re-print of this great album – on black vinyl. This re-print of the duo’s debut album comes on black vinyl and can be ordered right here. For “Why Not Just Be Solo” it’s also the third re-print of this new wave, minimal, darkwave classic which was originally released in 2012. This re-print of the duo’s second album comes on black vinyl and can be ordered right here. Here’s 2 videos to give you an idea what to expect from this great act.

Free charity single from Sick Man : ‘We Care’ – available now via Side-Line – preview it here

The electro act Sick Man (named after Funker Vogt´s single “Sick Man” from 2014) unites Germany’s enfant terrible Sacha Korn, G.Schade (Ex and founding member of Subway To Sally), and Robert Tuta from the Polish act Agressiva 69. Especially to support our various charity projects in third world countries, the band is now offering a free download 3-track single called “We Care”. “We Care” features 2 remixes of the track “Sick Man” plus a remix of “The Awakening”. We Care (Charity Single) by Sick Man The original version of “Sick Man” is featured on the splendid album “Sick Men” out now via Amazon . This is the 2nd free single which is part of a series of singles which will be released over time via Side-Line by bands who support the charity projects Side-Line is backing. Feel free to donate if you want to, you’ll be making a difference for someone else in need.

The Cranberries​ lead singer Dolores O’Riordan dies aged 46

(Photo by Wikipedia) Dolores O’Riordan, frontwoman of The Cranberries, has died, according to reports. She was only aged 46. The news was confirmed by a spokesperson for the singer told who said that the “Irish and international singer Dolores O’Riordan has died suddenly in London today.” The statement further reads that “family members are devastated to hear the breaking news and have requested privacy at this very difficult time.” O’Riordan was in London for a short recording session. Dolores O’Riordan brought the rock band The Cranberries to worldwide success for thirteen years before the band took a break starting in 2003, reuniting in 2009. She also started a solo career with her first solo album “Are You Listening?” being released in May 2007. It was followed up by “No Baggage” in 2009. A wonderful singer is no more. Rest in peace.

‘Click Interview’ with Frozen Nation: ‘You Think We’re Not Kitsch?’

No doubt about it, I’d a crush on Frozen Nation’s debut album “Dark Belgian Disco”. This band featuring Belgian and French members deals with a mix of electro-pop, Italo-disco and electroclash. The music is a happy-like danceable format mixed with some funny lyrics, but it also reveals great electronic treatments and professional production skills. This album has been one of the most refreshing productions from the past year and a band I can only, but recommend for their atypical music approach. I’d a chat with D&D – Moss + Elvis (the modular synth)… (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Let’s traditionally start by asking you who’s hiding behind Frozen Nation, how did you get in touch with each other and can you give us some brief background information about the members music background? Frozen Nation: Frozen Nation consists of D&D, Moss and Elvis. They met at ‘Spector Studio’ in Brussels, jamming with Elvis (Elvis is a unique modular synthesizer built during the 70s by an unknown engineer for Jethro Tull) and making the basic tracks for what would become “I Failed For You”, the band’s 1st single. Moss is the dark guy, the die-hard goth, the guy who can burst […]

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