Tag Archives: Industrial

AUDIO: Choke Chain – “Invoking Shadows”

Electro-industrial project Choke Chain released a new EP recently. If you’re in the mood to shout into a cacophonous void, look no further. This tape is a dose of metallic, gothic electronic body music. Mark Trueman shouts gruffly against pounding and rattling textures, adding up to dark triumph. There’s remixes of the first and third tracks on the tape as

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AUDIO: Nightfall Heroes – “Radiance”

Industrial bass duo Nightfall Heroes recently dropped another single. This one finds the heroes going up against a bipedal radioactive behemoth out in the urban. The song is a progressive synthwave beater that perfectly complements the alternation between battle and retreat. It’s going to take immense strategy and teamwork, but the Nightfall Heroes know what they’re doing.

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AUDIO: Death Tape Super Bass – “Tornado Country”

Industrial-experimental noise project Death Tape Super Bass released his seventh tape of the year last week. Themed around severe weather in the Midwest, this body of work features chopped-up emergency sirens, windy field recordings, and storm chaser samples. It will remind you of all those times you’ve gotten caught driving in nasty storms, that’s for sure. If you’re looking for

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AUDIO: Lockjaw – “Somewhere in A Dream”

Gothic-industrial rockers Lockjaw have a new EP out today, dedicated to Mike “Cowboy X” Peed. The hellish rock knights deliver six tracks that touch on lustful love, disorientation, and dying feelings among other emotionally dark things. Noted are some trip hop and psychedelic elements incorporated into the band’s powerful sound, especially with the song “Higher Now.” The record’s an exploration

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AUDIO: Lockjaw – “Reverent”

Industrial metal band Lockjaw are out with a new record. The long-running hell rockers recorded this during the desolate quarantine winter, bringing fiery grooves and lava-soaked riffage over six tracks. The first few songs make you feel like you’re getting thrust into a void to the underworld and are perfectly aware of what’s happening, while the title track will make

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AUDIO: Pineoblastoma – “Nu-G0r3”

Grindcore duo Pineoblastoma have a new album out, recording remotely during quarantine between Milwaukee and Canton, Massachusetts. Gurgling into the void, this record slams right into you with grinding riffage and destructive drumming, accompanied by obfuscated growls. The lyrics across the songs touch on drug addiction, getting violently high, decaying into microorganisms, and PTSD. To add a little comic relief,

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VIDEO: Creepy Little Things – “Better Off Dead”

Gothic-industrial rockers Creepy Little Things have a new single and video out from their upcoming debut album. It’s a simple visual, featuring the band’s logo against smoke and goo; it looks like we’re watching a demented lava lamp. The song takes a metal direction, touching on living into the sins of life and deserving to suffer for them. We’re looking

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AUDIO: In/Animate – “Portals”

Electronic-industrial project In/Animate is out with a sophomore record. Over eight tracks, we are swept away in a high-speed dimension-jumping cyberpunk journey. A mix of acoustic and electronic percussion creates the dense layers of science fiction suspense. If you’re in the mood for something that could easily be the soundtrack to the next dystopian video game, check out what In/Animate

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AUDIO: Life Puzzler – “Sherman’s March was Doublekill Overkill, and I Don’t Care”

Electropunks Life Puzzler are out with a single from an unreleased space opera album. Industrial and gargantuan in power, the song certainly feels like a beer-soaked intergalactic battle. Maybe they’ll give us more from this lost record, who knows.

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AUDIO: Sylvagus – “Data Hunter”

Industrial-cyberpunk electronic artist Sylvagus dropped another tune yesterday, and it has the futuristic tension he’s known for. It sounds like a robot going on an absolute rampage in search of something, destroying everything in its path. Don’t get in its way. Sylvagus sure knows how to make a track true to what he names it.

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