Front Line Assembly announces more details new ‘Wake Up The Coma’ album – including Falco cover

(Picture by Bobby Talamine) Metropolis Records will release the brand new Front Line Assembly album “Wake Up The Coma” on 8 February 2019. On this new album Front Line Assembly provides a few surprising new elements, such as a cover of Falco’s “Amadeus” (feat. Jimmy Urine), and contributions from Robert Gorl (DAF), Nick Holmes (Paradise Lost) and Chris Connelly (Revolting Cocks, Cocksure). We can already tell you that the “Amadeus” cover will rock the clubs, the FLA cover turned out to be great remaining quite faithful to the original yet introducing typical FLA ingredients. The album will hold 12 tracks: Eye On You, Arbeit, Amadeus, Tilt, Hatevol, Proximity, Living a Lie, Wake up the Coma, Mesmerized, Negative Territory, Structures, Spitting Wind. You can order the album right here as a double vinyl and right here on CD. For the Falco fans:

51 Peg – A\Void

51 Peg
Category: Industrial / Rock
Album: A\Void
Blurb: Presenting what may be the band’s strongest material to date, 51 Peg returns with its first album of new material in 14 years, and it has been well worth the long wait.

When 51 Peg released its self-titled EP in October of 2016, it signaled the return of a powerful […]

‘Click Interview’ with Tobias Bernstrup: ‘We Are Lost In-Between Real And Virtual Life’

Tobias Bernstrup is maybe not the most renowned artist dealing with electro-pop- and Italo-disco music, but I personally consider him as one of the most talented ones. He remains a kind of hidden ‘treasure’ and that’s maybe because his work got released on rather small labels. Tobias Bernstrup is now releasing music for more than 20 years and has unleashed his sixth opus “Technophobic” during late 2018 on Nadanna. It’s a real professional production revealing outstanding songs. If you don’t know yet Tobias Bernstrup this interview will give you more details about his art… (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: How would you introduce yourself and what do you consider as the main facts in your artistic career? Tobias: A: Queer, Artist, Futuristic, Italo-Gothic, Synth-Pop, Musician and Performer. Q: I think it’s important to say that you first of all started as a ‘visual’ artist/performer. Tell us a bit more about this aspect and the Tobias Bernstrup-image of today? Tobias: Well, I have a long established career in the contemporary art world with gallery and museum shows worldwide. So there is more to the image than just a cool or weird looking album sleeve and outfit. At a very early […]

8MM returns after seven years with new EP

8MM, the duo of renowned producer/multi-instrumentalist Sean Beaven with wife and vocalist Juliette Beavan, has announced the release of a new EP, Heart-Shaped Hell. Showcasing the band’s signature brand of dark atmospheric pop, blending elements of trip-hop and cinematic soundscapes, Heart-Shaped Hell was created during a month-long period of free time the Beavans had when […]

Night Club – Scary World

Night Club
Category: Electro / New Wave
Album: Scary World
Blurb: This electro duo wants to bring back 1984.

The world seems to be on fire with this duo right now, with they having toured in 2018 with A Perfect Circle and, surprisingly for this writer, Tricky… but I don’t really get it. For me, Night Club’s brand of […]

Only Flesh – Cells Out

Only Flesh
Category: Industrial / Rock / Punk
Album: Cells Out
Blurb: Pittsburgh’s industrial/rock suspension group is back after an eight-year-long hiatus in an album that sounds like the band is having the time of its life. Unfortunately, the listener’s mileage may vary.

Pittsburgh’s Only Flesh is an industrial/punk/shock rock suspension group that’s been around for the better part […]

‘Click Interview’ with A Slice Of Life: ‘Most People Never Get Rid Of Their Big Influences From Their Youth’

A Slice Of Life is Belgian formation that was originally set up by the duo Dirk Vreys (vocals) and Guy Wilssens (guitar). Quite rapidly the band has been joined by Wim Kempenaers (guitar), Nelson Da Silva (bass), ‘FIX’ (drums) and Bart Vanmeerbeeck (keyboards). The band deals with a very efficient mix of new-wave, post-punk and rock-wave music. After a self-released and self-titled EP they joined hands together with Wool-E-Discs unleashing the full length album “Restless”. I would be not surprised to see A Slice Of Life becoming one of the next Belgian ‘big thing’ in the alternative music scene. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: I noticed A Slice Of Life has been set up in 2016. Two years later you can already look back at a real interesting career with very positive feedback. What have been the main facts from the band’s ‘young’ history and what’s the secret of this instant success? A Slice Of Life actually started late 2015 as an online collaboration between Dirk Vreys (vocals) and Guy Willsens (guitars). In 2016, we got the attention of several web radios who reacted very positively to our demos, which encouraged us to pursue our path. That same year, […]

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