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Front 242 and Underviewer announce a new series of shows for 2018

Good news for the Front 242 fans as the band has announced various new showdates for Front 242 and Underviewer for 2018, the electro project by Patrick Codenys and Jean-Luc De Meyer. Coïncidently it has been 1 year since the Underviewer duo released the 2-track download “Nobody But You” which was released out of the blue last year via Bandcamp. Included in the single were 2 tracks: “Nobody But You (redux)” (03:12) and “I Remember” (02:41). The single was a first teaser for the band’s forthcoming full length album, “Wonders & Monsters” which is still available in a new 2nd edition of the album. The gigs announced are: 20 Jan Sat – Underviewer Felsenkeller Leipzig (Club) (book your hotel here and get a 10% reduction) 23 feb Fri – Front242 – Mon Club – Madrid – Spain (book your hotel here and get a 10% reduction) 24 feb Sat – Front242 – Sala Apolo – Barcelona – Spain (book your hotel here and get a 10% reduction) 03 Mar Sat – Underviewer – Leopoldsburg YAP – Leopoldsburg – Belgium (book your hotel here and get a 10% reduction) 10-29 Apr – Front242 USA tour (ending Mexico) (book your hotel here […]

When political correctness goes in overdrive you get this… the victim: belgian electropop act Bazart

Drama in Belgium’s Twitterland as pictures of a dressed up Daan Schepers and Simon Nuytten from the electropop act Bazart turned up on social media. All started with a tweet from an anonymous tweep called Héloïse who calls out Schepers for ‘blackfacing’ during a Halloween party. Blackfacing literally means performing in blackface makeup, but it has since been recuperated by activist to turn it into what they consider racism. Schepers and his girlfriend Paulien Riemis turned up at a Halloween party dressed up as Kayne West and Kim Kardashian (including a cushion of course) as you can see below. Nuytten (in t-shirt saying Bazalt with an L instead of an R) and his girlfriend Olga Leyers showed up dressed as Chinese (Yellowfacing according to critics). In a panic reaction both members deleted the pictures, but once on the social media, it of course stays alive as you can see below. Even the press jumped on it calling it racist… Judge for yourself. Political correctness going in overdrive is what we make of it.

ReGen Exclusive: MGT presents remix track preceding upcoming sophomore album

 
Having recently signed to Cleopatra Records, MGT – featuring guitarist Mark Gemini Thwaite and vocalist/songwriter Ashton Nyte – will be releasing the project’s second full-length album Gemini Nyte in February of 2018. Intended as a “stopgap ‘release’” to precede the album and presented here as a special ReGen Magazine Exclusive, the band unleashes this MGT […]

Evil Engine InterView: NO LOVE SONGS!

Evil Engine’s Mike Skull speaks about the prominent Chicago punk rock band’s history and creative output, showcasing a band on a righteous and angry path.
 

 
An InterView with Mike Skull of Evil Engine

By Will Sanchez (WillSuperior)
Evil Engine is Chicago angry punk rock at its finest. Formed in 2016 by seasoned musicians Kryssie Crisis, Jamie Booth, Collin […]

Black Needle Noise joins up with Tara Busch for ‘Under My Skin’ single

John Fryer has started a brand new series of download single for an upcoming album. The first new track, “Under My Skin”, is a recording with Tara Busch (I Speak Machine) on vocals. The track-by-track recording seems to work quite fine for Fryer: “For me its the best way to work with Black Needle Noise, as I am working with many different singers so people can concentrate song by song and singer by singer and not get overwhelmed with 10 songs and 10 different singers. I also put links on Bandcamp to the singers own music projects so its easy for people to go and check out their music to.” You can download the song below on Bandcamp! Under My Skin by Black Needle Noise with Tara Busch

French dark electro phenomenon Crytek signs with Alfa Matrix and releases debut EP ‘Anathema’ – listen here!

Alfa Matrix has signed up the French dark electro act Crytek and immediately also releases a first download EP! The “Anathema” EP proves why this is widely considered as a very promising new signing as the Paris based act delivers a perfect mixture of lush future pop, dark industrial and catchy electro pop added with Crytek’s Jagan catchy ethereal vocals augmented with harsher tormented screams. You can discover Crytek’s 5-track debut EP below. Besides the exclusive B-side “Black Eyes”, the title song also received the remix treatment by 3 totally different bands in the likes of Kant Kino, Acylum and Volunteer Of Eternity (the project of video game and tv music producer I Am Maks_SF). Anathema EP by CRYTEK Available on Bandcamp now and later on in other download platforms!

French dark electro phenomenon Crytek signs with Alfa Matrix and releases debut EP ‘Anathema’ – listen here!

Alfa Matrix has signed up the French dark electro act Crytek and immediately also releases a first download EP! The “Anathema” EP proves why this is widely considered as a very promising new signing as the Paris based act delivers a perfect mixture of lush future pop, dark industrial and catchy electro pop added with Crytek’s Jagan catchy ethereal vocals augmented with harsher tormented screams. You can discover Crytek’s 5-track debut EP below. Besides the exclusive B-side “Black Eyes”, the title song also received the remix treatment by 3 totally different bands in the likes of Kant Kino, Acylum and Volunteer Of Eternity (the project of video game and tv music producer I Am Maks_SF). Anathema EP by CRYTEK Available on Bandcamp now and later on in other download platforms!

Cynical Existence moves further toward industrial/metal with new single and music video

 
Multi-national act Cynical Existence has unveiled the music video for the single “No Way Out,” showcasing the band’s transition from harsh electro/industrial toward a heavier industrial/metal sound. The music video was created by Dirt Frame, directed by Sofie Cedeström and Mary-Cynthia Wendahl, and featuring the dancing talents of Lisa Elverfors. The band’s change toward industrial/metal, […]

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