electro rock

Aiming For Enrike to release new studio album “Music for Working Out” on January 10th 2020

Maverick electro/math/post-rock duo Aiming For Enrike have announced their long-awaited new album, the aptly-named  “Music for Working Out”, due out on January 10th, 2020, via Pekula Records.

Pre-order the album here.

Tracklist:
1. Christmas Eve
2. Don’t Hassle the Hoff
3. Infinity Rider
4. Hard Dance Brainia
5. Diving Within
6. Flat Beats

DMS to release debut EP “Imposter Syndrome” on November 15th 2019

DMS drop their intoxicating debut EP “Imposter Syndrome” on Friday 29th November, 2019, through all streaming platforms. The infectious quintet have also just released a still video of their forthcoming new single entitled “Vain”. The single will be officially available everywhere on Friday 15th November. Listen to “Vain” below.

Rammstein - Rammstein

Hmm… am I qualified to even do this, I wonder…?! I guess Rammstein is a world known and renowned band, one of the pioneering bands of the Neue Deutsche Härte subgenre of rock. Their industrial militant style might owe a great deal to forerunners of the style like Laibach and especially Oomph!, but whereas Laibach is a band that has a more selective appeal (to quote Spinal Tap) after being embraced by a famous Hollywood director, the Germans just exploded.

Like A Storm and Through Fire announce Summer 2019 US co-headlining Tour

Hard rockers Like A Storm and Through Fire have just announced their U.S. co-headline Firestorm Tour 2019.

The tour starts on July 12th in Neillsville, WI and wraps in August 10th in Lincoln, NE and will include special guests Wilson and Stitched Up Heart. Tickets will go on sale starting Friday, May 31st.

3Teeth to release new studio album “Metawar” on July 5th 2019

3Teeth, who will release “Metawar” on July 5th, 2019, via Century Media, share a second track from the 13-song album, debuting the video for “EXXXIT” - check it out below.

“The song hinges on a conceptual ultimatum and the human urge towards self-destruction as a form of liberation”, explains 3Teeth frontman Alexis Mincolla.

Oomph! live in London 2019

Hardly a band has ever influenced the German musical scene so deeply and keeps it heavily fascinated! Oomph! combine many music style such as metal, industrial, alternative rock/metal, electronica and gothic to create their sound. Their style changed over the years, especially from their first album, which was released in 1992; though they started with very much a dance-laden industrial sound, they quickly moved to a much more heavily guitar-driven metal sound.