April 12, 2024

Industrial project Terminal return with all new album on Metropolis Records: ‘The New Republic’

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“The New Republic” is the brand new album from the industrial music project Terminal, set to be released by Metropolis Records on August 25th. This project offers the creative output of Thomas Mark Anthony. Included in this new album is the single “The Sin of the Sanctified,” which is available for you to listen to below.

This album is the follow-up to Terminal’s 2021 debut album, “Blacken the Skies,” which contains thirteen tracks, including four instrumental pieces. Similar to Snog’s latest album, “The New Republic” is dedicated to the late founder of Metropolis Records, Dave Heckman.

Thomas Mark Anthony describes the new material in clear terms: “It’s the soundtrack to a world unbalanced, reeling, spinning out of control, and running out of time. Terminal combines industrial music and glam rock with hints of dark techno, synthpop, and raw machine recordings. Each of our songs is a protest against the atrocities of lost humanity and the devastation of our planet.”

In addition to his musical endeavours, Thomas Mark Anthony has been a lifelong anti-apartheid and civil rights activist. He has spent his life living in South Africa, Canada, and the United States, passionately advocating for equality and justice.

Below, you can already enjoy the new single from this album.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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