Check out Luke's thoughts on Epic Dreams' "In The Cold Light of Day".Urilia's unleashing their EP "The Adversarial Light" in just under a month, and Steve's finding this unholy alliance devilishly good.Dive into this Scottish based ambient/drone project whose sounds are blissful and dreamy.MachineCode's complex and engaging genre mixing album "Samurai" has hit the sweet spot in all intended areas.Co-Editor of Trigger Warning Ann Sterzinger stops by the site to discuss the online publication, and the current crowdsourcing campaign they have going on.Simply put, Beauty Queen Autopsy's "Lotharia" is fucking awesome.Preemptive Strike 0.1 returns to the sounds of "T.A.L.O.S." with "Epos V", mixing dark electro and harsh EBM with classic Greek instrumentation.Rich Vreeland, AKA Disasterpeace has scored the critically acclaimed horror film "It Follows", and we got an interview with him discussing both the score of the film, and his other works.

Album of the Month MAY 2015

Once again we have two winners tied at the top, and also this month, we have a release from Progress Productions. Last month, it was the latest release from Kite, this month, it's the Swedish old school EBM band Wulfband's release from last year that brought new life into the very stagnant subscene.

Canadian Volt 9000's 'Timeshift' is released in just a couple of days and Steven gave this Electro-Industrial act a solid 8.5 in his review. Released by Artoffact Records on June 9th on Vinyl and Digital.
April 2015

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