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Perturbator to release new studio album “Lustful Sacraments” on May 28th 2021

Perturbator, aka James Kent, returns with his highly-anticipated new full-length album, “Lustful Sacraments” (Blood Music) on May 28th, 2021.

Watch the video for the new single “Death of the Soul” below. Kent said of the song: “The track takes inspiration from old school EBM a la DAF or Front 242, Valnoir (Metastazis) has managed to perfectly pair visuals that reflect the nihilistic tone of it”.

Xiu Xiu to release new studio album “OH NO” on March 26th 2021

Xiu Xiu return with their 12th studio album, “OH NO”, a collection of duets out March 26th, 2021, via Polyvinyl. To herald the announcement, the two-piece shares the lead single “A Bottle of Rum”, featuring Liz Harris with an exciting new video directed by band member Angela Seo. Previously, Harris and the band collaborated on “Creepshow” (2007).

Puscifer announces live streaming event “Existential Reckoning: Live at Arcosanti” on October 30th 2020

Puscifer, who recently announced the release of their fourth full-length album, “Existential Reckoning” (Oct. 30, Alchemy Recordings / Puscifer Entertainment / BMG), take fans into the high desert of Arizona with a visually-stunning, livestream concert experience dubbed “Existential Reckoning: Live at Arcosanti”.

Puscifer to release new studio album “Existential Reckoning” on October 30th 2020

Reports out of Jerome, Ariz. confirm the impending arrival of “Existential Reckoning”, a 12-song album from the special agents operating under code name Puscifer. The release is scheduled for an October 30th, 2020, arrival via Alchemy Recordings/Puscifer Entertainment/BMG.

Uniform to release new studio album “Shame” on September 11th 2020

What if the antihero in your favourite film or book had no chance to repent, reconcile, or redeem himself? There’s no victim to rescue. There’s no evil to thwart. There’s no tyranny to turnover. Instead of saving the day against his better judgment, he just walks a Sisyphean circle of existential malaise doomed to repeat yesterday’s vices without the promise of a better tomorrow. Rather than tell this story on the screen or on the page, Uniform tell it on their fourth full-length album, “Shame”.