Out by mid-November is the newest Godflesh album “Post Self”. “Post Self” has been over 2 years in the making and explores the less ‘metal’.
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Controlled Bleeding sees remix album ‘Carving songs’ released in late August incl. new track + vinyl editions – order now
Following 2016’s “Larva Lumps & Baby Bumps”, Controlled Bleeding returns with “Carving Songs“, a remix album totalling 20 tracks, including a 21st track, “TROD”, a.
Free download Apoptygma Berzerk remix of Mortiis track ‘Sins of Mine’ + remix by Technomancer/Angst Pop
A few days ago we announced that you could listen to a superb free remix by Apoptygma Berzerk of the Mortiis track “Sins of Mine”..
(Photo by Sebastian Ludvigsen) On the latest single from “The Great Corrupter“, Norwegian “futurepop” group Apoptygma Berzerk transforms Mortiis’ “Sins of Mine” into a synth-loaded.
The latest single from Mortiis’ “The Great Corrupter” album comes courtesy of the Japanese dark ambient-noise artist Merzbow, who twists “Bleed Like You” into a.
(By our Norwegian correspondent Jan Ronald Stange. Band photo by Sebastian Ludvigsen) As a followup to last year’s long-awaited ‘The Great Deceiver’ album, the Norwegian.
Genre/Influences: Industrial-rock, doom, metal. Background/Info: What would you expect from a band that saw the daylight on Halloween night? Nothing serious or a band inspired.
Genre/Influences: Industrial-rock, doom-metal. Background/Info: Ortega is a band from The Netherlands, which started terrorizing the underground scene since 2007. The band remained rather unknown to.
Genre/Influences: Industrial, power-noise. Background/Info: This is a very special work by Justin Broadrick (Godflesh). He totally reworked the last year released album of Khost entitled.
Genre/Influences: Industrial, experimental-techno. Background/Info: Justin Karl Broadrick aka JK Flesh is one of those artists who doesn’t really need an introduction. After having been involved.
Out in a few weeks is the “Needles Into the Ground” vinyl/CD which contains material by the Birmingham based experimental metal act Khost reworked by.