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.
Filter (Richard Patrick) - interview (2008) Yes I am actually way more aware of how bands are promoting themselves these days. My favorite way to promote, however, is the good old fashioned way of having a hit. But I love Myspace. In fact, my new album is being released independently and I am intimately involved in every aspect of its creation, promotion, marketing, everything.
Filter - The Trouble With Angels
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . The Trouble With Angels LP sounds as if it has no spine. It is flat and mere in comparison to the bands potential. I was hoping (again!) to find many interesting songs on the album. I found myself playing a track after track and loosing my patience after the first couple of minutes of every song. Most of the songs began in an aggressive way, but they stopped being at all interesting after a minute or two.
Albums reviewed: Short Bus, Anthems for the Damned, Title Of A Record, Amalgamut, The Trouble With Angels [Deluxe]