We at Brutal Resonance are proud to present our November 2017 free monthly compilation "Thanks For The Oontz". Since November is a month where everyone gives thanks to the special and important things in life, we are giving thanks to the Oontz, the sheer digital and mechanical life force that provides us with so much industrial goodness.

We bring together an amalgamation of industrial, noise, futurepop, and a host of other genres. Isserley's noisey, lullaby-like "Princess Parts" from her latest album makes an appearance as does Lights Out, God Help Me's vicious self-titled killing floor style track "Blame". Newcomers such as D'Sire strike off with a futurepop/harsh EBM blend 'Torture Unfolds' off of their debut album, while Lennon Midnight provides a cover of Marilyn Manson's "Dogma". All that and more is waiting to be discovered on "Thanks For The Oontz". You can download that HERE.

Also, an announcement that we made on social media but one that we failed to mention on this very website is that we are going to be doing a Christmas Compilation. The idea is to get a bunch of industrial and dark electronic bands to cover classic Christmas songs or make new songs regarding the Holiday season. This will be a charity compilation benefiting Children's Hospitals as well. The dead line for submission will be December 10th and songs must be submitted in .WAV format to info@brutalresonance.com. We also have someone doing to mastering, so there's no need to worry about that bit.


Our Free Compilation For November "Thanks For The Oontz" Is Out Now; Christmas Compilation Announced
November 15, 2017
Brutal Resonance

Our Free Compilation For November "Thanks For The Oontz" Is Out Now; Christmas Compilation Announced

We at Brutal Resonance are proud to present our November 2017 free monthly compilation "Thanks For The Oontz". Since November is a month where everyone gives thanks to the special and important things in life, we are giving thanks to the Oontz, the sheer digital and mechanical life force that provides us with so much industrial goodness.

We bring together an amalgamation of industrial, noise, futurepop, and a host of other genres. Isserley's noisey, lullaby-like "Princess Parts" from her latest album makes an appearance as does Lights Out, God Help Me's vicious self-titled killing floor style track "Blame". Newcomers such as D'Sire strike off with a futurepop/harsh EBM blend 'Torture Unfolds' off of their debut album, while Lennon Midnight provides a cover of Marilyn Manson's "Dogma". All that and more is waiting to be discovered on "Thanks For The Oontz". You can download that HERE.

Also, an announcement that we made on social media but one that we failed to mention on this very website is that we are going to be doing a Christmas Compilation. The idea is to get a bunch of industrial and dark electronic bands to cover classic Christmas songs or make new songs regarding the Holiday season. This will be a charity compilation benefiting Children's Hospitals as well. The dead line for submission will be December 10th and songs must be submitted in .WAV format to info@brutalresonance.com. We also have someone doing to mastering, so there's no need to worry about that bit.


Nov 15 2017

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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