Tag: Industrial Metal

Oct 03

Ministry – From Beer to Eternity (2013)

Relapse, you bet they did! Or, you can look at it as more of an encore. Something kept tugging at Al Jourgensen‘s Ministry heart-strings after declaring Relapse to be the final album for Ministry. So,in December of 2012 Jourgensen got the gang back together. In 19 days they had riffed out 18 songs. “This was one of the most creative Ministry tracking sessions …

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Jun 21

Author and Punisher – Women and Children (2013)

Author and Punisher is a one man project from a man named Tristan Shone. Except unlike many of your other one-man projects that rely on real instruments or a laptop, this one is a bit different. You see, Mr. Shone makes his own instruments. Here’s a video to show you what I mean, because I …

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Mar 02

Rammstein – Videos 1995-2012 DVD (2013)

The Germans are coming, Rammstein is  coming! The German invasion has begun.  So many things can be said for one of the most monumental industrial bands from Deutschland.  What they have accomplished as a band far surpasses any level of expectation. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 24

Rammstein – Mein Herz Brennt (2013)

Eins, Zwei, Drei, Gehen! (One, two, three, Go!)  The crazy German Pyrotechs of Rammstein is releasing 2 previously recorded unreleased singles off the “Mutter” (Mother 2001) album. A 5 song disc that features a different side of them.  Known for their insane bizarre lyrics, risky music videos and amazing stage performances endangering their lives with fire, shooting confetti & foam at …

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Aug 13

Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory checked in with The Age Of Metal

Fear Factory is a well know band that since its formation back in 1989 had successfully combine elements of Industrial, Thrash, and Death metal to the point were their sound is unique in the metal scene. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 22

Schwarzer Engel – Träume Einer Nacht (2012)

German metal today comes on the most weird, but exciting forms. you see cases like Lacrimas Profundere, Lacrimosa, Flowing Tears, Rammstein and so on, that made you think. From where this bands get the inspiration to write such of good music without being repetitive and boring?. Well A couple of weeks ago I received one …

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