Genre/Influences: IDM, dark & minimal electronics, experimental. Content: Dejan Samardzic (music) and Daniel Myer (music & vocals) aren’t exactly releasing Haujobb releases on regular basis.
Genre/Influences: Body-pop. Content: Three years ago EK Product released the “Recoding” album by Halo Effect. The new work got released by the somewhat more pop-orientated.
Genre/Influences: EBM. Content: This is an interesting new comer joining the EK Product roster. It has to be said that Onecyze Project is not exactly.
Genre/Influences: Dark-ambient & ritual. Content: I last year discovered The Devil & The Universe with their 2nd full length “Haunted Summer”, which was close to.
Genre/Influences: EBM, electro-industrial. Content: The new work of :Bahntier// first of all reveals that this band set up by Stefano Rossello (Detune X, Ketvector) is.
Genre/Influences: Dark-electro, electro-industrial-metal. Content: Five years have already passed since the previous Alien Vampires album (cf. “Harshlizer”). Nysrok and Nightstalker are back on track and.
Genre/Influences: EBM, dark body-pop. Content: Eight years after the successful debut album “Blood, Brain & Rock’N’Roll” the Canadian Zombie Girl strikes back. We already got.
Genre/Influences: Techno-trance, body-techno. Content: Studio X Vs. Simon Carter is the union between an Australian techno-trance sound genius and a British DJ/artist. I think that.
Genre/Influences: Trip-pop, electro-pop. Content: Yves Schelpe, the artistic force behind Psy’Aviah has achieved his new full length “Seven Sorrows, Seven Stars”. It will be the.
Genre/Influences: Gothic, post-punk. Content: Phantom Vision has resurrected after a 10 year hibernation. The Portuguese gothic formation got some recognition right after the millennium by.
Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, dark-electro, body-pop. Content: Solitary Experiments last year celebrated their 20th anniversary by a unique live performance in their hometown, Berlin. It happened on.
Genre/Influences: EBM. Content: Will The Sexorcist be the next sensation in EBM land? That’s hard to say, but this brand-new project will for sure find.
Genre/Influences: Death-industrial & ambient. Content: Climax Denial has already been active in the wider fields of industrial music for years now and can look back.
Genre/Influences: Death-industrial. Content: “Futitly Rites” is the first official CD by this Pennsylvanian based project. After 2 self-released productions Douglas Corey joined hands together with.