Between 2001-2016, Fabryka Music Magazine was the only professional on-line magazine specialized in guitar driven industrial rock and industrial metal. It was then turned into Industrial Rock & Metal Encyclopedia. Our original content includes important info about new and well known bands of the genres, provided through news, reviews, interviews and podcasts. Rock/metal/industrial review submissions are still accepted - read our testimonials and pro reviews written by Draconina (NINa). Free hosting by Darknation.eu.
In Virgo - interview (2015) Chris Hodges: Performing for the wounded warriors at Camp Pendleton was one of the highlights of my musical career. It was a special moment, because a lot of them had just landed back in the states from Iraq, and they were so excited and welcoming to us. I got to meet some very brave soldiers who lost their limbs only two weeks prior, but the energy and passion they brought to the show with them was unforgettable.
Chris Egert: Although many of the songs are musically very high energy, they all echo the lyrical themes very closely. (...) As a result, the album undulates between light and dark, and the songs evoke a wide range of emotions and feelings, from hauntingly beautiful to dripping with anger and animosity… all the while being driven by a huge rock sound.
In Virgo - In Virgo
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . Every composition on this album recalls a full circle - an entirely complete piece of art with extremely well written arrangements and compositions, professionally mixed, mastered, and produced. The tracklist order is set to gradually shift the listeners’ mood and attention for the ultimate listening experience. Fans of industrial rock, alt-rock, metalcore and those in love with Dope, Filter, the 90s Nine Inch Nails or even Celldweller will not be disappointed - but by no means should the audience for this album be limited to those groups.