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  1. I am looking for some industrial metal band recommendations. Some examples of the bands I like would be Ministry and Rammstein. I'm not a big fan of Nine Inch Nails.
  2. There's a tons of these in Europe, Wve-Gotik-Treffen, Wave-Gotik-Warsaw, Castle Pary, M'era Luna, etc. It frustrates me to no end that the American scene doesn't unify all the darly inclined like in Europe where its all Dark Culture of Schwarze Scene. It keeps us into isolated groups when we could be massive and theres alot of crossover between music fans. This festival would hopefully be a Legend Valley Ranch if enough registered users join the forum (which collects no personal info and even recomendeds protonmail for privacy). If you are in driing distance of Columbus and want to go to an outdoor festival the like of a spectral and spooky and ghastly Electric Forest or Burning Man join the forum and help me make this happen. I'm sick of the hippies and the ravers haing these spectacular otherworldy Cirque Du Soleil type events with Burning Man with all the art installations and everything. That is NOT the only aesthetic, we can make a Everyday Is Halloween type Morbid Macabre Masquerade type deal. Fire dancers aren't owned by hippies and ravers, and neither are lasers, smoke machines, and all the rrest. If I get enough people to register that are willing to come then I can get the sponsors (Giant Breweries and Microbrews and Liquor Companies generally) to throw money at it enabling the space to be reserved and then vendors dealing in macabre and spooky wares can buy booth space off Etsy and then there is the band budget. So please If you live in Pittsburgh, Philly, Indianapolis, perhaps Chicago if you can stand the drive, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, Kentucky, West Virginia, Detroit, or anywhere within tolerable driving distance please register to show that a desire for a Dark Burning Man exists and that we can have dark festivals just as spectacular as Europe (WGT gets 60k), I'm hoping for 5,000. If the url is unreadable its https://noxempiriumfestival.org. This is a Gloom and Doom spooky type festial, blacklights and bluelights and smoke mahines and spiderwebs and funerary morbid themed. Apologies to those who all are hammers and hellfire, this will be a mellow event and hopefully beautifully gloomy. The genres chosen are more geared toward that vibe.
  3. Greetings, [4672] from Poland here, We'd like to say Hi to all fans of twisted, weird and mind bending metal, hope you guys heard our latest album [aether]? if not make sure to google us, spotify, iTunes or find us on other streaming platform, we're practically everywhere now, if you still can't find us then drop us an email, we'll try to reply same day depends on the time zone, for anyone interested in physical or digital media feel free to reach out as well, we can send you direct link to download as long as you share it with your mates! finally, we'd like to ask you for a favour, help us out in classifying our genre by dropping an email with some ideas! or simply saying what you like or don't about [4672], in return we'll send you our latest album in mp3 by wetransfer, fair? then we're waiting for your emails! in the mean time have a look at this: thanks dem4672[at]o2.pl
  4. Who would expect that in 2018, Nine Inch Nails would release a hit album that not only ranks as one of the best in their entire discography, but one of the best albums of the year? Certainly not me, as I have disregarded most of their work after Year Zero simply because it wasn't particularly innovating or exciting. So this is a surprisingly great album.It's also a bit of an odd one at first glance. This is barely over 30 minutes and it's still a full-length album. For Nine Inch Nails, who have made very, very long albums (see The Fragile or Ghosts I-IV), a 30-minute release that's not an EP is quite shocking. I think the album would benefit from one or two more songs but what we're given with is still great."Shit Mirror" opens up the album, sounding like a vintage NIN song-it's abrasive, loud, with a good beat and the usual soft-loud dynamics. It's straightforward industrial rock sounding like a more refined song off of With Teeth. That abrupt dynamic shift from distorted guitars to complete silence, at around 1:55, is pretty cool and it opens up to a good closer. The transition into "Ahead of Ourselves" is really well orchestrated, and it's another great track. This song has a great beat that's memorable and well composed, and Trent Reznor utilizes these soft/loud dynamics frequently. I mean, especially in the chorus, with "Obsolete, insignificant" in an abrasive manner, right back to the soft beat, then jumping right back to "Antiquated, irrelevant" and so-on. It's a good song that's similar to "Shit Mirror", an abrasive vintage NIN song. "Play the Goddamned Part" is the first of two instrumental songs on this album and it's pretty good, utilizing ambient noises mixed with jazz elements-the saxophone and horn-to create an interesting contrast, between a more abrasive industrial production with one of the most comforting and relaxing musical genres. It creates a false sense of comfort while simultaneously creating a sense of inevitable dread and gloom coming and gives off a very urban/metropolitian vibe to it. It sounds like it would be a track that would play during a video game when the main character has to run through a subway station or the city streets at night. That's the image I get in my head. Nonetheless, it's a very good instrumental, and it showcases Reznor's second-to-none ability to compose some of the oddest yet greatest ambient instrumentals."God Break Down the Door" follows, immediately starting with fast drumming, a good techno beat, a saxophone, contrasted with more soothing, slow, and carefree vocals to create an interesting atmosphere. This song definitely has influences in the later work of David Bowie, most notably the superstar's final work, ★ [Blackstar]. This is a good thing and even with the influence, it's not blatant and it's still a very creative and original composition. But I still feel as Reznor could've done more with it and it seems a bit aimless, but it's good nonetheless. "I'm Not from This World" is the album's 2nd instrumental and it's quite interesting. It starts off ambient, sounding like one of his film scores but also a bit like the soundtrack to the video game Quake. The mental image it creates for me is definitely like I'm in a game like that. There's no real beat to this until 4:50, if you could call it that, and it's definitely the most experimental and vintage track on here. I don't think it really deserves to almost be 7 minutes long but for what it is, it's a great song and it's cool to run to, as experienced this morning."Over and Out" is the longest song here and it finishes off the album but it's honestly my least favorite here. It starts slow and mellow with a simple beat, a bit like the previous track but less dark and apprehensive. For the first few minutes, it's just this simple beat, background distortion, some piano and some saxophone. While it's not a bad concept to use as a song introduction, I can't help but criticize the song for starting off too slow. If it takes over 3 minutes for a song to get going and it's not a progressive composition, there's a lot of ruined potential. Even when the vocals start to come and break the whole ambient/instrumental intro, it doesn't really take off and explore. It's almost 8 minutes of just an atmospheric song with simple, slow beats and vocals repeated to no end and doesn't do anything to make it more engaging or interesting. Really, the album could be rated higher if the closing song was more exciting, which brings me back to my earlier point that the album could benefit from some additional tracks. It's a disappointing closing song. I can give it credit for creating a good, spacey, almost psychedelic atmosphere, but it's just too repetitive and never truly takes off. I guess it's relaxing though, but it still pales in comparison to the previous instrumental and the other 4 good songs. But still okay.Overall, this is probably my favorite release in 2018 so far and one of the few released albums that actually has merit to it. Reznor will never be able to create music like he did in the 90s', in his golden years of production, but this is still a strong release and one of his best works in the 21st century thus far. 4/5 stars; on a scale of 10 it would probably be 8-8.5. Note: This review comes from my account on RateYourMusic. For more of my reviews and hot takes, click here.
  5. Give this an ear if you're looking for original musical ideas that don't fit the current mold. Yes. Mold. ...okay, *mould. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve15dncfgO0&t=758s Navigation menu in the description. Each song is substantially different from the next, don't judge too quick.
  6. Two very similar riffs, but which is better?
  7. Hello there!We're ELECTRIFIED - an Industrial Groove Metal band from Kyiv, UkraineWe have released our first album recently and are eager to share it with people.You can listen to it at our Bandcamp page: https://electrified.bandcamp.com/And also some tracks on Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5n6B5i2JmMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kX_rSFivLwThe album is also available on all online stores and streaming services, but if you want, we'll give you a link to the free version of it. Feel free to share your opinion with us!
  8. Check out my cover of Mothra by Godflesh. Tell me anything I can improve overall. ANY type of criticism is appreciated. If you want to collab then just ask
  9. I'm starting an industrial metal project (located in central Scotland near Glasgow) and I need a singer/creative partner. Go to redweed.uk to hear a couple of my demos. Anyone who likes my stuff please get in touch. Grimm
  10. Looking for a vocalist/creative partner for my industrial metal project Redweed located in central Scotland near Glasgow. To hear a couple of my demos and to get in touch please go to redweed.uk
  11. Hey metalheads! Here is some Industrial Metal from Finland. Nighon was formed in 2008, in Pietarsaari, Finland. The sound has evolved into an unique blend of symphonic movie music and industrial metal. Nighon will release their second album 'The Somme' through Inverse Records this spring, world wide. The record was recorded in Soundspiral Audio and Nighon's home studio. It was mixed and mastered by Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman, Gothenburg Sweden. This is the newest Music video "The Greatest of Catastrophes". If you dig the sound then stay tuned, more content coming out soon!
  12. On 16.12.2016 was released "AZ-5 (feat. MoozE)" music video from Polish industrial groove/death metal band TORTURE OF HYPOCRISY. Videoclip is promoting the third album titled "RBMK-1000" based on the concept of Chernobyl Disaster. "AZ-5" was recorded in cooperation with MoozE - the composer of the soundtrack to S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Shadow of Chernobyl video game. Music video was produced in cooperation with RST - Exploration Group and contains a number of authentic video footage from Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Check it out: Torture of Hypocrisy webpages: https://facebook.com/tortureofhypocrisy https://tortureofhypocrisy.bandcamp.com https://tortureofhypocrisy.bandpage.com
  13. Hey all! New song in collab with dreaminginnoother on vocals, check it! Thanks for any share if you like our song Soundcloud - Chasing the Sun (feat. dreaminginnoother) by SkillJam
  14. Finnish industrial metal band Project Silence has released a new preview song 'Desperation' from their upcoming album 'Slave To The Machine' which will be released 30.06.16. Tracklist: 1. Omen 2. Flesh Of The God 3. Circus Of Seven 4. Apocalypse 5. The Era Of Fear 6. Prototype 7. Sick (Slave To The Machine) 8. Abyss 9. Perversion 10. The Nameless 11. Titan 12. Desperation 13. Infection 14. Invasion 15. Termination In Progress (Bonus)
  15. Hi guys, I wanna present you today a piece of music of my band - CrossWave. We're from Łódź, Poland and generally we combine modern metal with electronic and industrial fusion. Many inspirations both from classic/modern metal (Metallica, Machine Head, Slipknot) and more industrial ones (M. Manson, NIN, Rammstein, Combichrist, EBM subgenres). We are now during recording a material for our debut album and just started performing live. Hope you enjoy it and thanks for any comments! Martin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-nNgqZATEc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UBqLZqZT50 FB: facebook.com/crosswave.band
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