Ghost & Writer present music, melodies, and lyrics that cut through you like a knife and leave you bleeding from the heart. It’s our release of the week!
This week is all about How To Destroy Angels with their first full length release Welcome Oblivion coming out. It’s our release of the week!
The release of the week is Chainreactor’s The Silence & The Noise. It’s time to get angry and let out all your frustrations out on the dance floor and Chainreactor will help us get there.
Interview with Sascha Konietzko of KMFDM for their new album Kunst from the February/March 2013 Issue.
The music video for “Jubilee Street” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, featuring Ray Winstone and directed by John Hillcoat (who also teamed up with Cave on his screenplay for the Western The Proposition) is this week’s video.
Iceage’s album with an old school punk feel You’re Nothing is this week’s release of the week.
Ambassador21’s new album Mind. The Bullocks is Auxiliary Magazine’s release of the week.
“Velocity Bird” is off Peter Murphy’s latest 2011 album Ninth. The new music video for the track shows off his live performance talents.
Project Pitchfork’s album Black is Auxiliary Magazine’s release of the week.
Esben and the Witch’s new album Wash The Sins Not Only The Face is Auxiliary Magazine’s release of the week.
Jinxy and PS of Santa Hates You have been pounding out their unique brand of electro-industrial since 2007. This year sees them kick it into overdrive with their new album It’s ALIVE!.
The Horrorist’s new album Fire Funmania is Auxiliary Magazine’s release of the week.
Brandy Kills’ album Dead Love Letters is the release of the week. You NEED to listen to this!
Killing Joke, the band that gave the world some of the first glimpses of goth and industrial, is at it again with the outstanding new album MMXII recently released in North America.
The new video for “We No Who U R” gives a taste of the upcoming Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album, Push the Sky Away to be released on February 19th.
Blvck Ceiling’s Let Us Fall on Phantasma Disques is the release of the week.
The obscure band Monozid haven’t been in the eyesight of the mainstream. With their release A Splinter For The Pure, I’ve realized they can be daring and dangerously addictive.
The Birthday Massacre Hide and Seek – The Birthday Massacre are back and stronger than ever. It is a welcome surprise that this band still has some fight left in them! BlakOPz…
Auxiliary Magazine is excited to premiere the new music video Lunar Phases by Cindergarden!
Mr. Kitty’s new EP Emotional / Physical release on Aural Sects is this week’s featured new release.
With a couple of beers in hand and a casual conversation, Auxiliary’s Hangedman sat down with the nicest guys ever, that is, Toronto industrial/electronic heroes E~N and Arc of DYM. Excited about their second full album release, Technocratic Deception, due in December on Deathwatch Asia and in January on Vendetta Music, DYM shared their thoughts on their creative process, the scene, the state of industrial music, and how it all fits into their grand plan for total dance floor domination.
This week’s featured release actually came out December 7th but it is definitely the album I listened to the most this week, and that album is Klonawelt by Klonavenus on EK Product.
Check out this video from the Scandinavian duo OOFJ. The track has this tripped out minimal techno feel with soft vocals that just implants this uneasy feeling like something is about to go terribly wrong. Their new album Disco To Die To is due out February 25th, 2013 via Clapyouclapme and Fake Diamond, let’s hope that the rest is as good as “Death Teeth”.
This week sees the release of Legend’s album Fearless on Artoffact Records which has made many year-end top album lists and has been getting glowing reviews across the web and I agree.