Review MINISTRY ‘Moral Hygiene’

Social tension, a pandemic, lockdown and an election being the most important one in US history, all topics that scream for being processed in lyrics of a new Ministry album. A time when the world slowly gets out of balance is the right moment for Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen to release an album that is... Continue Reading →

Review LINDEMANN ‘Live in Moscow’

Who thought that the most creepy thing of a Lindemann concert isn't lyrics or the show. Looking at the newest release of the iconic singer, it is the big audience that came together at the beginning of the upcoming pandemic that seems so unreal these days. Lindemann, that was Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren until... Continue Reading →

LINDEMANN announce ‘Live in Moscow’

A concert on March 15th, 2020 was certainly one of the last live events in the known setup. March 15th last year was the date of Lindemann performing two gigs in Moscow. The Rammstein frontman together with Peter Tägtgren played a couple of shows at VTB Arena in the Russian capitol right before worldwide lockdown... Continue Reading →

CD review WEDNESDAY 13 ‘Necrophaze’

(7/10) Right in time for the beginning of the darker seasons Wednesday 13 unveils his next longplayer. 'Necrophaze' is the bringer of a next chapter of horror and creepy stories. Two years after ‘Condolences’ found its way out of some moisty soil, twelve new songs are supposed to provide some extra goose bumps for fans... Continue Reading →

BLACK FUTURES release ‘Never Not Nothing’

UK-based powerhouse Black Futures releases their new album 'Never Not Nothing' today. The eleven songs comprising release comes through legendary Music For Nations and carries interesting music. Industrial meets Modern Metal meets HipHop or in other word, NIN meets Ministry meets Prophets Of Rage. Tracklist: 1. N.N.N.2. Love3. Karma Ya Dig!? 4. Me.TV5. Body &... Continue Reading →

CD review 3TEETH ‘Metawar’

(7/10) 3Teeth is an Industrial Metal band, hailing from sunny California. The guys premiered in 2014, a release that brought them the attention of Tool's guitarist Adam Jones. One thing came to another and 3Teeth jumped on a tour with Tool and Primus. With such a kickstart the second album 'shutdown.exe' went right into the... Continue Reading →

New THE YOUNG GODS album in February

There were two industrial metal bands in the early ‘90s that went on endless rotation on my record player. One band was Ministry and their genre defining ‘Psalm 69’album and the other one was a band from Switzerland that challenged the frames of rock and metal – The Young Gods. Their 1992 release ‘T.V. Sky’... Continue Reading →

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