Divine Feminine: Luna13’s Bass Metal and Burlesque

Divine Feminine: Luna13’s Bass Metal and Burlesque
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Luna13 draw from metal, bass, burlesque and more to create a gothic, theatrical embrace of the feminine side of darkness. … read more

Transcending Into the Nether World: Remembering Dr. Zero Delorean

Transcending Into the Nether World: Remembering Dr. Zero Delorean
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On March 29, 2022, Salt Lake City’s very own Dr. Zero Delorean (Hugh G. Vann) of DieMonsterDie transcended into the Nether realm. … read more

Reviews: Kevorkian Death Cycle – God Am I

Reviews: Kevorkian Death Cycle – God Am I
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If you are a fan of industrial and EBM music, you must obtain this release for your collection. It has been over a decade since this band has put something out for this world to devour, and I am grateful it has returned with a release that provides great listening pleasure. … read more

Review: VNV Nation – Transnational

Review: VNV Nation – Transnational
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Remaining true to their sound, VNV Nation have stuck with their trendy, almost mainstream, future pop style that created their popularity. … read more

Review: Various Artists – Midnight Radio Compilation 29

Review: Various Artists – Midnight Radio Compilation 29
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Midnight Radio Compilation 29 = Peter Murphy + Souls Whirling Somewhere + iVardensphere … read more

Review: Trentemøller –  Lost Reworks

Review: Trentemøller – Lost Reworks
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Trentemøller = Blonde Redhead + T.O.M. And His Computer + Depeche Mode … read more

Review: The KVB – Of Desire
Review: The Foreign Resort – New Frontiers

Review: The Foreign Resort – New Frontiers
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The Foreign Resort = The Cure + Sisters Of Mercy + The Church … read more

Review: The Gothsicles – Squid Icarus
Review: Skinny Puppy – The Greater Wrong Of The Right (Remastered)

Review: Skinny Puppy – The Greater Wrong Of The Right...
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These dominant industrial figures have always prided themselves on not being “sellouts”—I assure this great achievement was something they thoroughly despised. As with much of their work, the spine is a political point of view, yet there is a profound shift in their creativity and musical expression. … read more