Industrial act Fleischkrieg has unveiled their new video for the Frankie Goes To Hollywood song, “Relax”. “Relax” appears on the forthcoming Fleischkrieg album, “Herzblut”, due out in October of this year. Guitarist Thomas Crawford explains the choice: “We chose this song because we believe it was a perfect representation of FleischKrieg’s sound. An 80’s influence of pop and synth about self-love and respect, wrapped in a heavy industrial bow!” The band released “Fool’s Folly”, the first single and music video off their debut album “Herzblut” earlier this year. The band will continue to release a new single and music video in July, September, and October to promote the album’s October release. But here’s their version of “Relax”.
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Florida-based gothic/rock band, October Noir has unleashed their new video for the song, “Windows.” The song appears on their forthcoming third album, “Fate, Wine & Wisteria” due out on September, 22. The song is about finding a savior in the midst of being in a miserable state of being and being able to see everything the world has to offer through that person’s eyes. The video was filmed in multiple locations around south and central Alabama, depicting the band being in different parts of the world and all the scenery has to offer. About October Noir October Noir was started by Tom Noir in late 2016 and released the first album, “The Haunting and the Powerful”, on October 19, 2017. Drummer Daniel Bryant, guitarist Troy Lambert, and keyboardist Jackie Daniel would join Tom for live shows after the first album came out. In 2018 October Noir released two singles, both covers. “Pictures of Matchstick Men (RIPeter)”, a Status Quo/Type O Negative cover, was released on April 14, 2018, and “Lips Like Sugar”, an Echo & the Bunnymen cover, was released on July 5, 2018. On October 1, 2019, their second album, “Thirteen”, was released. Seven days later, guitarist Doug Lane […]
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Czech gothic rock act Cathedral In Flames have an album out, “Hang Me High & Bury Me Deep”. “Hang Me High, Bury Me Deep” is available worldwide on CD and via all digital platforms. A special vinyl version in a 3D gatefold package will be released soon. For this album Phil Lee Fall and Ambra Von Bernstein also worked with samples and guitar parts by Billac DeVille, Mr Theorodick and Gatsby, who – in addition to the obligatory bass guitar – also recorded a substantial part of the guitars and keyboards. Pianist Antonio Koczwara was also invited to record the demanding keyboard parts. Via the 9 tracks on this album you can hear that the Prague based act were clearly influenced by the likes of Sisters Of Mercy and Fields Of The Nephilim both in terms of sound and musical ideas. You can check out “Blacktrain” below. And the full 9-track album is available right below. Hang Me High & Bury Me Deep (album) by Cathedral In Flames
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Today Toronto-based Artoffact Records has announced the signing of the Russian post-punk trio Черная речка (Russian for ‘Black River’). Черная речка formed in Kirov in 2013 and emerged from the ashes of the garage punk band Debauch. Since 2021, the band has fully relocated to St. Petersburg, where they are in the process of recording a new album, slated for release in 2022 on Artoffact Records. In the meantime, the band’s entire back catalogue, a collection of 7 EP-length recordings, is now available digitally. Their discography: Сторона А (2014) Сторона Б (2014) Праздник (2015) Часть 2: Свои (2016) Часть 1: Чужие (2016) В Этом Северном, Снежном, Холодном Краю (2018) О (Sierpien Records – 2019) Below is the band’s most recent output.
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(Photo by Maria Nemm) Belgian shoegazers Slow Crush have just released “Swoon”, the 2nd single and music video off their upcoming sophomore album “Hush” (their first since their 2018 debut “Aurora”). “Hush” is due out on October 22nd on Church Road Records & Quiet Panic Records. The video was shot by Jeroen Jullet – a Jerry’s Joint. The band, centered around Isa Holliday and Jelle Harde Ronsmans, had a rough past few years. While the band toured intensively, they saw the impact of that heavy touring on their private lives, witnessed the departure of two band members and the need to train/work in their replacements. Shortly after, their label Holy Roar Records imploded, leaving the band without a label. The new album was produced by Slow Crush, Sebastian Omerson and Neil D. Kennedy. Recorded January 2021 at Number Nine Studios, Ghent by Sebastian Omerson and Mattias Hendrikx, overdubs were added in February 2021 at Larsson Studio, Gelrode by Jelle Harde and Jens Larsson. The whole was mixed March 2021 at the Ranch Production House, Southampton by Neil D. Kennedy and mastered in April 2021 at Sterling Sound, Nashville by Ryan Smith. Slow Crush is Isa Holliday (vocals & bass), Jelle […]
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Here’s a Mortiis curiosum… Out now is the previously unreleased Scum song “Speaking In Tongues” with Mortiis on vocals. This release happens in collaboration with Samoth, Faust, Happy Tom, and the others that were part of the Casey Chaos-driven project Scum, back in 2005. The song was for various reasons, never included on the final album version, and remained sort of lost and forgotten, until recently. You get the unreleased rough mix track from “Gospels for the Sick” from the 2005 session which was recorded at the Crystal Canyon Studios in Oslo. The recording was engineered by the late Marius Bodin Larsen. Speaking In Tongues by SCUM Scum is a Norwegian hardcore punk/black metal band formed in 2002. All members are Norwegian except for the American vocalist Casey Chaos. Their album, “Gospels for the Sick”, was recorded in one single session in 2004, and they have only had a few live performances. The band had guest appearances from several artists, one of which was Mortiis who cowrote and performed on the song “Speaking in Tongues”. Scum’s band members have played in several other bands. Guitarist Samoth played in the black metal bands like Emperor, Gorgoroth, Satyricon, Zyklon, Thou Shalt Suffer, […]
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2021 is a special year to me! Thirty years of journalism, which gave me the opportunity to review thousands of albums and interview a countless number of bands. I got the idea to celebrate this special event by interviewing people from the scene who all have a special meaning to me. I of course- and in the first place think about artists, but without fans artists would never become what they are. It’s not that different for magazines and journalists; without readers there would be no magazine, without visitors there would be no online magazine. An artist, an organizer of live events and festivals, a radio broadcasting, a journalist… we would be nothing without fans and followers. That’s why I got the idea to celebrate music lovers by interviewing one of them. It’s a way to pay homage to all those music lovers who often spend a lot of money and time to support all what we’re doing. Jürgen Vanvlasselaer is a guy I personally met years ago now. I know him as a true passionate music lover. This interview is an opportunity to sincerely thank him –and all other music lovers in the world. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) […]
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Out now is Dave Gahan’s cover version of Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters”. Dave Gahan and a whopping 52 other artists have joined together to cover songs from Metallica’s landmark album “The Black Album”. Out today this tribute, “The Metallica Blacklist”, celebrate the original album’s 30th anniversary. It sees all of its proceeds go directly to Metallica’s All Within My Hands Foundation and World Central Kitchen. Other artists include Weezer, Miley Cyrus, St. Vincent, Phoebe Bridgers, Ghost, The Neptunes and many many more. “Nothing Else Matters” was originally released as a single in 1992. The tracklist: Enter Sandman – Alessia Cara & The Warning Enter Sandman – Mac DeMarco Enter Sandman – Ghost Enter Sandman – Juanes Enter Sandman – Rina Sawayama Enter Sandman – Weezer Sad But True (Live) – Sam Fender Sad But True – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Sad But True – Mexican Institute of Sound feat. La Perla & Gera MX Sad But True – Royal Blood Sad But True – St. Vincent Sad But True – White Reaper Sad But True – YB Holier Than Thou – Biffy Clyro Holier Than Thou – The Chats Holier Than Thou – OFF! Holier Than Thou – […]
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Out on September 17 via the fine São Paulo, Brazil based label Wave Records is a ‘best of’ compilation from one of pioneers of Belgian darkwave/coldwave/synthwave, Twilight Ritual. Twilight Ritual was Geert Coppens and Peter Boone who formed the band Autumn in 1981 . By 1982 they named themselves Twilight Ritual and would record 9 albums and 2 singles. In 1985, Peter Boone aka Chrismar Chayell, founded A Split Second with Marc Ickx, and TR would stay as second choice for years. Geert Coppens and Peter Bonne have been involved in many different projects since, including many different musical styles, e.g Zug Im Veins, Wasteland, New Busters, Linear Movement. They were also behind the 1977 founded Belgian publisher Micrart Group which was also a label and artist management. They released the A Split Second releases but also New Beat compilations such as the cult release “New Beat – Take 1”. The new Wave Records released compilation holds 34 tracks from 1982 til 2021 and is also available in a limited edition 2CD+DVD with videos (100 copies). A very special and limited fanbox with the ltd edition 2CD+DVD and t-shirt plus stickers and numbered postcard is also available. An essential release, […]
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“Daemonum” marks the 30-years anniversary of Raison d’être. The 6-track album “Daemonum” will be released on September 16 and comes as a standard edition CD of 500 copies in 6-panel digisleeve,and a dtandard edition 2LP of 300 copies. A special edition also avaialable and holds the extra album “Daemoniacum”. The formats for this release are a 2CD and a 3LP. Think of “Daemoniacum” as some sort of anti-polarized version of “Daemonum”, as if “Daemonum” was haunted and possessed by a demon. Not our words, but that of the label Cyclic Law. Raison d’être is a Swedish dark ambient project formed by Peter Andersson in 1991. The name of the band was taken from a sentence in a book by Carl Gustav Jung: “the individuation is the raison d’être of the self.” Dark ambient atmospheres, drone elements, industrial sounds, ecclesiastical hymns are all blended together to constitute the music of Raison d’être. The band’s first release was “Après nous le Déluge” released on cassette in 1992. The first label release was “Prospectus I” on Cold Meat Industry in 1993. Since then the project released albums on such labels as B.o.C.a. Tapes, Slaughter Productions, Old Europa Cafe, Spirit Of Sound Source, Eternal […]
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