This week’s featured video is “anima” from ∆AIMON the dark electronic duo with a focus on dark and occult aesthetics with a new self-titled full-length on Artoffact Records.
The Mission’s video for “Swan Song”, their second single from their recent album The Brightest Light, is our video of the week.
iVardensphere, the luminary band from Edmonton which has cut a swathe through the industrial masses with a unique tribal noise inspired sound took some time out to talk with resident Auxilanaut Hangedman about the band’s latest offering, The Methuselah Tree.
First new music from Combichrist’s upcoming album comes in the form of a lyric video for “From My Cold Dead Hands”.
Listen to our music editor Mike Kieffer’s selection of tracks from the features and the albums reviewed in the December/January 2013/2014 Issue and some others good songs we came across.
Dissatisfied with some of the present sounds of EBM and industrial, Sara Taylor and Ryan William George are staging a sonic revolution as Youth Code. They talked to Auxiliary about their first self titled album Youth Code, their first tour, the ups and downs of hype, and where they expect Youth Code to go in the future.
Listen to our music editor Mike Kieffer’s selection of tracks from the features and the albums reviewed in the October/November 2013 Issue!
Depeche Mode released “Blasphemous Rumours” as a single with “Somebody” on the B-side.
This was the little festival that could, small in scope but big in performance and quality. Codex serves the underground of EDM focusing on electronic sub genres such as rhythmic noise, drum and bass, atmospheric IDM, and minimal techno.
The punk rock pioneer would be 64 today if he wasn’t struck dead by a taxi while crossing the street in Paris in 1990.
Gary Numan has a new album out October 15th and he released a music video for “Love Hurt Bleed” where he rocks an Edwardian style ensemble and eyeliner with a set of creepy skull children.
The first US #1 hit for David Bowie was co-written by John Lennon.
Beloved UK gothic rockers The Mission interviewed in our August/September 2013 Issue continue to rock and roll.
Music review of Valerie Gentile’s new EP Love is Luxury, four tracks of industrial goth shoegaze goodness.
Cold Cave, the music of Wesley Eisold, interviewed in our August/September 2013 Issue has taken a strong foothold as part of the new sound of the goth/industrial scene.
With their 9th album Peepshow Siouxsie and the Banshees finally cracked the Billboard Top 100 and MTV.
It was the golden age of trip hop. And The Sneaker Pimps benefited quite a bit from the attention American club DJs were paying to this new British dance music…
Woodstock 94, with its 350,00 sweaty moshing kids, and millions of TV viewers, introduced Trent and co. to the masses.
Fans of 2010’s Hidden be warned: this is a very different animal for These New Puritans. Gone are the tribal drums, the samples of swords and chains, the excited, kinetic moments, and inspired chants sent with venom and vinegar.
Happy Birthday, Pete Burns. You’re 54 today.
Auxiliary caught up with industrial legends Skinny Puppy on the occasion of the release of their fifteenth studio album, Weapon. Founding members and self-described “industrial hippies” Ogre and cEvin Key discuss the creation of the new album and where Skinny Puppy stands in relation to much of industrial music today.
Andi Sex Gang, lead singer of the influential 80s Batcave era postpunk gothic rock band Sex Gang Children, and a solo artist in his own right, discusses the new SGC album Viva Vigilante! and many memorable moments in time.