industrial metal

Knotfest.com announce Pulse of the Maggots Online Fest on November 13th 2020

Knotfest.com today announce Pulse of the Maggots Fest, a free online festival sponsored by ESP Guitars and presented by MusiCares, Ernie Ball and Rock Against Racism.

Hosted by Knotfest.com’s very own Beez, Ryan J Downey and special guests, Pulse of the Maggots Fest comprises 3 digital stages (the MusiCares stage, Rock Against Racism stage and ESP stage) with performances from 20 of the the most exciting up-and-coming artists.

Synastry to release new EP “Civilization’s Coma” on November 27th 2020

Montreal’s Synastry made a name for themselves back in the late 2000s with the release of LP “Blind Eyes Bleed” (Year of the Sun Records) (2008) and debut EP “Pallets of My New World” (2006).

After hiding in the shadows for nearly a decade, the band returns to the mosh pit with a brand new offering, EP “Civilization’s Coma” announced to be unleashed on November 27th, 2020, which is planned to be the foundation to re-introducing themselves to the metal community along with a full length to follow in 2021.

Deathstars reschedule 2020 European Tour to Spring & Fall 2021

Due to the current world situation with Covid-19, the Swedish death glam sensation Deathstars had to postpone their European tour dates, which have now been rescheduled for 2021.

Singer Whiplasher Bernadotte states: “It’s stating the obvious, but it’s not been possible to do the tour as once scheduled before the pandemic”.

Realize to release new studio album “Machine Violence” on September 25th 2020

Arizona’s Realize channels Godflesh, Nailbomb, and Meathook Seed with their sophomore full-length, “Machine Violence”, assembling an abrasive and hyper-aggressive take on industrial metal.

The band, featuring Kyle Kennedy (Sex Prisoner), Matt Underwood (Sex Prisoner), and Matt Mutterperl (North, Languish), amalgamates crushing metal riffs with driving, yet often unorthodox industrial rhythms and dissonant noise.
 

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”.

Pain extend streaming options for their 360 virtual reality concert

The news about the groundbreaking online concert that Pain is going to stream on June 12th at 19.00 CEST from the Abyss Studio in Sweden spread like a wildfire - arousing such a massive interest that the band decided to not only stream via Lookport, but also make the unique event accessible for Facebook.

The Swedish band will also collaborate with Nuclear Blast to offer the stream via the official Nuclear Blast Youtube channel enabling the full Pain experience via all platforms.

Mushroomhead - A Wonderful Life

Mushroomhead is back with their new album, “A Wonderful Life”. The octet, Steve Rauckhorst (clean vocals), Jason “J Mann” Popson (harsh and rapped vocals), Jackie LaPonza (female vocals), Ryan Farrell (bass, keyboards), Tom Shaffner (guitars), Rick Thomas (keyboards, samples), Steve “Skinny” Felton (drums, percussion, production), and Robbie Godsey (additional percussion), has made some changes in this chapter of MRH.