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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Italy's Helalyn Flowers return with "Sonic Foundation", available in various formats
The Italian duo of Helalyn Flowers strike back at full force with the uncompromising determination of redefining our sonic foundation! A quite ambitious challenge after the detonating success of their last studio album “White Me In // Black Me Out” released back in 2013 after which we were all wondering what could be achieved next… Well, with the last October surprise release of the “Beware Of Light” EP, Helalyn Flowers clearly reaffirmed their sonic force and capacity of selecting the perfect guests to collaborate with for an optimal result. The astounding duet with Chris Pohl (Blutengel, Terminal Choice…) instantly pushed them back in the spotlight of all alternative clubs across the globe.
N0emi Aurora and maXX are not the kind of artists who content themselves repeating the same recipe of success again and again. And on this new 4th full length album, they more than ever push their artistic limits to the max: connecting extremes together, fusing eclectic music styles just like playing with fire and ice, experimenting with their colourful sonic palette for the absolute fusion of genres distilled into their very own and so characteristic hi-energy and modern darkwave style lead by the charismatic female vocals of N0emi Aurora whose impressive vocal range and extravagant personality are showcased at their ultimate best evoking singers like Lady Gaga, Siouxsie Sioux or yet Cristina Scabbia at other moments!
Just take extremely opposite songs like the catchy addictive cyber pop of “Frozen Star” and the speed punk rock collaboration with Angelspit on “Maths Of Chaos” and you clearly perceive that the bar set by this album of maturity for Helalyn Flowers affirms the band’s open minded creative approach. We witness their unique ability to marry their diverse range of influences across their compositions while keeping a sharp sound cohesion along the line while making at the same time allusions to Rammstein’s heaviness, Gary Numan’s melody, David Bowie’s depth, KMFDM’s rage, The Cure’s darkness or yet Madonna’s magnetism.
From the martial rhythmic Industrial Metal of "Karmageddon" or "New Days Of Babylon" to the EBM-injected Electro Rock of "Synthetic Paranoia". From the surprising blend of Psychic TV's Acid Techno-Era meets The Prodigy and Black Metal-infused Killing Joke tones of "Shadow Complex" to the sci-fi ambient touch of the post-urban hit "Frozen Star". From the freezing ritual chant of “Eerie” to the goth rock anthem “For All Bad Things” or yet the ultimate industrial ballad “I Saved An Angel” and its ghostly guitars, melodic piano notes and stunning vocal lines. “Sonic Foundation” is an addictive album uniting catchy Electro and alluring Industrial Metal in absolute symbiosis thanks to Helalyn Flowers’ unique sound alchemy bringing power, melody, darkness and sexiness in one cohesive sound shell. "Sonic Foundation" is an album that uncoils through dangerous and surrealistic figurative worlds, invoking post-primitive scenarios à-la William Burroughs and David Lynch.
The band’s strong imagery and iconic visuals get an expanded dimension on the albums deluxe carton box edition augmented by the "Androids In Agony" bonus disc, a non stop-mix of reinterpretations by acts like The Psychic Force, Alien Vampires, Ego Likeness, Simon Carter, EEXEE etc., while Diana S. from Junksista and Ms Larsen from Lunacy Box contribute with remixes and additional guest vocals. Cherry on the cake: add two hard-club mixes from Helalyn Flowers of their songs "Karmageddon" and "Shadow Complex"…
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