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.
The success of this horror-comedy made vampires the domain of the teenager, complete with a bad-ass soundtrack.
This week’s music video “Painful Like” from Toronto based Austra is a fun and a gross throw back to low budget sci-fi from the 90s.
Artoffact Records of Toronto, Canada has a number of fantastic artists on their roster, some new, some old and the opportunity to bring some of them together presented itself in June of 2013 at the Artoffact Records Showcase.
Happy birthday, Martin Gore. You’re 52 today! I salute you for writing “People are People”, “Personal Jesus”, “Enjoy the Silence”, and so many Depeche Mode minor chord classics. For your…
Auxiliary’s Hangedman ran into Iceland underground notable Krummi Bjorgvinsson and talked to him about his much acclaimed new project Legend.
Montreal QC, May 26 photos : Chris Christian
Kinetik Festival 5.5 2013 day three in photos.
On their sixth album, the British punk band went full-on goth. With vampy singer Dave Vanian at the forefront, the band’s sense of humour took a turn for the black.
Kinetik Festival 5.5 2013 day two in photos.
Brooding Swedish brother and sister duo, The Knife, have gone in a new direction with their newest single off their latest album Shaking The Habitual, “Raging Lung” our video of the week.
A new regular feature that looks back at notable dates in the dark culture calendar, beginning with the 20th anniversary of Debut, the first solo record from Björk.
The gothpop princess from Florida Miss FD is back with her third studio album Comfort for the Desolate released on Quantum Records and it’s our release of the week!
Our release of the week is Celldweller 10 Year Anniversary Edition, Celldweller’s reissue of his self-titled debut album.
It’s time once again to stow the earplugs, apply shoe glue to your big stompy boots, and take stock of another Kinetik Festival, Montreal’s 6 year old premium industrial electro music festival.
Chris Corner talks about the upcoming fifth IAMX album, The Unified Field, and his insights as an artist on topics including making it on your own and human nature.
On the eve of their new album, How I Learned to Stop Giving a Shit and Love Mindless Self Indulgence, and supporting tour, frontman Jimmy Urine got in front of our camera and shared his experiences with the Kickstarter, the new album, geek culture, and what makes MSI have such huge and diverse appeal.
Kinetik Festival is the crème de la crème of North American industrial electro festivals featuring the best in class from across the broad spectrum of alternative electronic music worldwide. 2013’s four day event is really the hot ticket and could be sold out as we write.
In 1982 Douglas McCarthy founded Nitzer Ebb with Bon Harris. They combined a variety of genres to build their own unique sound within the then still young EBM genre. Over the years they
evolved, took breaks, collaborated with other artists, and solidified themselves as a pillar in the industrial community. Thirty years have passed and McCarthy has only just released his first solo album, Kill Your Friends.
This week’s video “c.c.c.p.c.c.t.v.” comes from Implant who release their new album The Productive Citizen this week on May 17th!
This week’s review of the week is OOFJ’s Disco To Die To.
The Knife return after a long seven years with their new album Shaking The Habitual!