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Nine Inch Nails | Pretty Hate Machine

On October 20th, 1989 Nine Inch Nails released their iconic debut LP Pretty Hate Machine. The album’s demo was a labor of love produced and recorded in between shifts while singer songwriter Trent Reznor was working nights as a custodian at the Right Track Studio in Cleveland, Ohio. Reznor would then eventually sign to TVT records, self recording the […]

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Philadelphia Post-Punk band Remote/Control premiere their debut single ‘Exposure’

Philadelphia based Post-Punk band Remote/Control have shared with us today their fantastic debut single Exposure—a cascade of guitars bass and synths with anthemic vocals that energise the senses to the point of pupil dilation. The band’s music draws influence from the causes and effects of a post-industrial, capitalistic and social media-driven society whose values act to […]

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Bauhaus | The Sky’s Gone Out

On October 19th, 1982 the godfathers of goth Bauhaus released their third studio album The Sky’s Gone Out. The album was named after the passage in the final track of LP, which was an exquisite corpse styled collaboration between all band members: Terry sat up and hugged the green army surplus bag around his skinny waist It […]

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Morrissey premieres his video for ‘Spent the Day in Bed’ and announces Pop-up shops

Morrissey has unveiled today his Sophie Muller directed video for ‘Spent The Day In Bed’—his first single off of his 11th studio album Low In High School. The video highlights Morrissey’s noted fandom for football by including midfielder Joey Barton—who pushes Morrissey into the 142 year-old Peckham Liberal Club via wheelchair. Barton had previously shared a picture via instagram of he and Morrissey […]

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Tears for Fears shares ‘I Love You But I’m Lost’—their first new song in 13 years

Tears For Fears, the synth duo of Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith, have shared their first new track in 13 years titled ‘I Love You But I’m Lost’, which is one of two new track to be featured on the band’s upcoming best of collection Rule the World. Rule the World contains 16-songs spanning the band’s career […]

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‘The Art of Rozz Williams: From Christian Death to Death’ is back in print

This is my favorite sad story, Forget me not or I’ll forget myself Last year one of our editors Andi Harriman did a piece with Lethal Amounts about the ultra-rare book The Art of Rozz Williams: From Christian Death to Death. Now, the much sought after collector’s item has finally been re-released in a brand new edition. The […]

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Trent Reznor covers John Carpenter’s Halloween theme

Fitting for a Friday the 13th before Halloween… Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have covered John Carpenter’s theme to his iconic 1978 horror film Halloween. This pairing is only natural following Reznor’s spooky appearance with “The Nine Inch Nails” on Twin Peaks earlier this year. Both David Lynch and John Carpenter have put out their soundtracks, scores, […]

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The Warlocks premiere their video for “Shake The Dope” from their VEVEY album

After extensive touring, which included opening for the The Jesus and Mary Chain earlier this year, Neo Psych Rock band The Warlocks have premiered Shake The Dope Out, a track featured on their very first live album VEVEY. The record is named after the gig last year in Vevey, Switzerland  recorded during their massive European tour in support of 2016’s Songs […]

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The Warlocks premiere their video for “Shake The Dope Out” from their VEVEY album

After extensive touring, which included opening for the The Jesus and Mary Chain earlier this year, Neo Psych Rock band The Warlocks have premiered Shake The Dope Out, a track featured on their very first live album VEVEY. The record is named after the gig last year in Vevey, Switzerland  recorded during their massive European tour in support of 2016’s Songs […]

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Pieter Nooten and Michael Brook | Sleeps With the Fishes

On October 12th, 1987, Pieter Nooten and Michael Brook released the sublime Sleeps With the Fishes on 4AD. Perhaps the most underrated record in the classic 4AD oeuvre, Sleeps With the Fishes is a gorgeous, ephemeral album that serves as a sister record to Clan of Xymox‘s Medusa, released in 1986. The album was originally conceived to be […]