Cevin Key

Cevin Key – Night Flower

“Night Flower” is released in advance of Cevin Key’s upcoming fifth solo album, Xwayxway Links: Preorder the album The Skinny Puppy founder guides us into 2021 with the hauntingly mesmerizing single, “Night Flower.” Key will release his fifth solo album via Artoffact Records on February 19. The song features Edward … Read More ›

Silver Bullets Album Cover by Def Con Sound System

Def Con Sound System

Ten Years in the Making, Silver Bullets is Adam Sewell’s Magnum Opus [Links: Bandcamp | Facebook] For Adam Sewell, this day has been a long time coming. The award-winning Canadian musician who spent most of the 1990s fronting Monster Voodoo Machine consumed the last 10 years crafting an album that … Read More ›

Infinite Games Album Cover from The Black Queen

The Black Queen – Infinite Games

The Black Queen Infinite Games Self Released ★★★★ Not since Depeche Mode has a band been able to capture pop wonderment within a dark and fragile contingent like The Black Queen has on Infinite Games. Coming from the City of Angels, the group uses loss and isolation to humanize their … Read More ›

Electrostatic Album Cover from Individual Totem

Individual Totem – Electrostatic

Individual Totem Electrostatic Artoffact ★★★★ There is a degree of romanticism within the bleakness that lies within Electrostatic’s cult-like requiem. The gothic industrial undertones lies within an underground foray of a sterile dance floor beats and corruptable lyrical power plays on morality. “My life is a nightmare, I’m burning in … Read More ›

John Bechdel of Ministry

John Bechdel and Ministry

John Bechdel has been at the forefront of shaping alternative culture from Industrial music’s rise to dominance through today with bands like Killing Joke, Fear Factory and others. A prominent figure in Ministry, the band is in the midst of their Amerikkkant North America tour, including a stop in Indianapolis. … Read More ›

Criminal Album Cover by Soft Moon

Soft Moon – Criminal

Soft Moon Criminal Sacred Bones ★★★ Soft Moon’s latest is a nod to predictability. But it is the predictable that sparks a need and feeling even that much more. What is unpredictable is Luis Vasquez turning on himself. This album is an attack on his psyche, pushing into territory that … Read More ›