Articles Tagged with: Karo Kratochwil

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Wade Black of Australian Post-Industrial Kollaps on Upcoming Album Until The Day I Die

Australian post-industrial project, Kollaps, famous for their harsh, aggressive yet peculiarly harmonic music and even more extraordinary shows, have an upcoming album Until The Day I Die. We talked about the Dadaist and Burroughs inspirations, the new LP, the tour and life in relation to the pandemic, the tour and life in war times, and more with Wade Black, the leader of Kollaps.

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Ronny Moorings of Clan of Xymox discusses new album Limbo

Limbo, the new newest album by goth, darkwave masters Clan of Xymox is one of the darkest, most pessimistic albums of the formation. Past pandemic months were not easy for anyone, no surprise then that the albums released during the time do not actually exude optimism. We asked Ronny Moorings, the frontman of the band, about how he had been past few months and about his thoughts and emotions that are reflected on Limbo.

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ACTORS bring a Fresh Vibe to Post-Punk with New Album Acts of Worship

ACTORS are really speeding up as far as their musical efforts are concerned. With the release of two new singles, “Only Lonely” and “Strangers”, a new album Acts of Worship to be out in October, and a North American tour to kick off on September 9th they are as creative as busy. Set in fine sonic stylistics and old school aesthetics, they add a new, fresh vibe to what you know as post-punk. We talked with Jason Corbett, the band’s frontman, about the upcoming tour, new release, video making, and if they are planning to become real actors.

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Auxiliary Magazine
Auxiliary Magazine
Auxiliary Magazine
Auxiliary Magazine