‘Under Your Spell’ is the 7th album by the Birthday Massacre, and with it comes eleven songs that reveal a side of the Canadian band that audiences may not be familiar with. Driven with the band’s signature, unique blend of spiralling synth melodies, walls of guitar and evocative vocals, the new songs range from dark, aggressive anthems to danceable, pretty pop and hit all the bases that audiences have come to expect. However, there is also a rawness to the emotion being expressed, an openness and vulnerability that feels new.
One thing that is clearer than ever, however, is the tight bond that exists between the band members and their willingness to explore heartbreak and loss together. With these songs, they have entered the darkness of their most fragile emotions and returned with a cohesive and detailed musical portrait that captures both the anger and hope that exist within a moment in time.
The Birthday Massacre continue to make music that is so very unique to them. Once again, they have managed to create an album that somehow feels so familiar, yet challenges the listener to continue alongside them on their ever-changing, ever-growing journey.
The Birthday Massacre have made a second song from their upcoming new album available to hear:-
New song ‘One’ available now via this link : http://bit.ly/2pWPM4D
The Birthday Massacre chose the colour violet for all their subsequent artwork (after their 'Violet' EP), stating that “Violet is the colour of the tragic comedy. We associate it with fantasy and
melancholy. These themes make up much of the band’s lyrical inspiration. The colour also
mirrors our sound dynamic. Our music mixes contrasting elements. In turn, violet is the sum
of two contrasting colours: Red and Blue.”
Death Spells will be performing live:
09 August: Glasgow @ Broadcast TICKETS
10 August: London @ Islington 02 Academy 2 TICKETS
11 August: Birmingham @ 02 Academy 3 TICKETS
12 August: Manchester @ Academy 3 TICKETS
15 August: Moscow @ Volta Club TICKETS
17 August: New York @ Bowery Electric
Montreal industrial monsters Projekt F have posted a new video 'Unbegun' in support of their recently released EP 'The Butterfly Effect'. The EP is their loudest release to date featuring seven pinnacle tracks for your auditory senses discussing the torrid relationship between man and God to continue their thematic discography ‘Skins’ (2013) and ‘Under The Skin’ (2014).
''We consider 'The Butterfly Effect' to be an extremely raw and honest EP. Early in the process of making it, we knew that we would not be making a music video for it. However, we thought it was important to give something to our fans. So we decided to make a video that would show a side of Projekt F that hasn't been seen before. Like the EP, a raw and honest one. Many of you have seen our "on stage persona” before, but with this video that we have made for our single, "Unbegun", we are sharing a different side of ourselves.'' comments vocalist John M. Miller.
To watch 'Unbegun', click below:-
Album Stream - The Butterfly Effect - https://projektf.bandcamp.com/album/the-butterfly-effect
In additional news, Projekt F will be headlining day 2 of the first edition of GothFest in Montreal, QC on June 19th at Katacombes. The festival features 14 dark bands from across Quebec, Ontario and New York. For full details, please visit the following link here.
Angelspit has signed with Negative Gain Productions at its headquarters in Chicago. The new deal adds Angelspit's new album, Cult of Fake, to Negative Gain's already strong roster of bands, including The Gothsicles and Mr. Kitty.
Made popular for its driving industrial sound, Angelspit sees the new partnership as a perfect match. "Negative Gain pushes dance acts with an alternative edge, and our new album will fit right in," says Zoog Von Rock. Already funded by Kickstarter, the album will receive the widespread push it needs thanks to Negative Gain.
"We are always looking at new ways to add great music to our already diverse roster of great artists," added Roger Jarvis, co-founder of Negative Gain. "You are going to love this album just as much as we do!"
Cult of Fake is Angelspit’s sixth studio album, due June 6, 2016 through Negative Gain. The album uses the harsh industrial percussion sampled from Angelspit’s early albums, now mixed with club destroying beats. Kickstarted by the fans, Cult of Fake is Angelspit’s first album to focus on dance music without sacrificing its established sound.
Davey Suicide has released the official video for "Imperfect", which originally premiered on Loudwire.
“‘Imperfect’ is that moment you realize it’s okay to let your guard down and let the world in.” - Davey Suicide
The band are due to kick off their US tour with Floridian Industrial / Goth metallers Deadstar Assembly
Catch Davey Suicide LIVE:
4/20 - CROFOOT - Pontiac, MI - Get TIX
4/22 - MAGIC CITY - Binghampton, NY - Get TIX
4/23 - REVERB - Reading, PA - Get TIX
4/24 - FETE - Providence, RI - Get TIX
w/ Deadstar Assembly & The Funeral Portrait
4/25 - STUDIO @ WEBSTER HALL - NYC, NY - Get TIX
4/26 - COVE MUSIC HALL- Worcester, MA - Get TIX
4/27 - AGORA BALLROOM - Cleveland, OH -Get TIX
4/28 - THE WAITING ROOM - Buffalo, NY- Get TIX
4/29 - FISHHEAD CANTINA - Baltimore, MD - Get TIX
5/01 - BADA BREW - Crest Hill, IL - Get TIX
5/02 - 89TH STREET COLLECTIVE – Oklahoma City, OK - Get TIX
5/03 - SCOUT BAR - Houston, TX - Get TIX
5/04 - The RAIL CLUB - Ft. Worth, TX - Get TIX
5/06 - The DIRTY DOG - Austin, TX - Get TIX
5/07 - KOROVA - San Antonio, TX - Get TIX
5/09 - BLACK SHEEP - Colorado Springs, CO - Get TIX
5/11 - THE ROCK - Tucson, AZ - Get TIX
5/12 - PUB ROCK - Mesa, AZ - Get TIX
5/13 - CHAIN REACTION - Anaheim, CA - Get TIX
5/14 - BAR SINISTER - Hollywood, CA
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