Being educated about what's going on in the world and having a a point of view about it is important to me. Yes there are political undertones to some of the material I write because I'm heavily invested in the human condition.Lucia Cifarelli (KMFDM) (2008)
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Fabryka Industrial Rock (shortly: Fabryka Magazine) is the only professional on-line magazine specialized in guitar driven industrial rock and industrial metal music. The magazine provides important information about new and well known bands of the genres through news, reviews, interviews, advertising and promotion. Read our testimonials. Check out Legal MP3 for free downloads (offered by bands), Buy Music to purchase recommended releases and non-industrial reviews written by NINa. We've been active on-line since 2001. We create, not aggregate. Free hosting by Darknation.eu.
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[02/22/2013] Professional music review with a bonus interview - rock, metal, industrial
Update - BONUS: If you submit 1-2 albums (must be between 11-20 songs max) for my professional music review, I can also do a promotional interview inc. 3 original questions (via email). Both will be published on Fabryka Magazine and major social networks (Last.FM, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Myspace, LinkedIn). Required music genres: metal, rock, guitar driven industrial, dark ambient, soundtracks. More info about this bonus.
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[05/19/2013] Fake Empire - electronic music from New Zealand - interview
Scott Brown: Fake Empire is still in it’s early days and my goal has always been to fuse electronic and more traditional instruments together, I want to draw from as wide a scope as possible when creating music. This makes defining it in a genre a little tricky as some songs may be heavily guitar driven while others focus on a more ambient electronic sound, it really depends on my mood when I sit down to experiment as to where my focus goes. Full interview here.
[04/10/2013] Witchgrinder - industrial metal from Australia - interview
The new album is a lot darker than our previous work. To be honest I don't think this was a planned thing. Playing and listening to faster and heavier bands I think had a slight influence on this. Read this interview here.
[04/01/2013] KX's Marinho Nobre released World Citizen album
Brazilian composer Marinho Nobre, previously known from NYC industrial metal/hardcore band Kx released a new album entitled World Citizen. It's not an industrial release but it's worth of listening. Recorded in the scope of over four years at several locations worldwide, with a wide array of musical influences and guest musicians, World Citizen is an untamed journey through the musical mind of Marinho Nobre. With accents of Middle Eastern, Latin, Indian, Celtic and Aboriginal meeting Classical and Urban beats, World Citizen evokes many musical cultures blending them into one big celebration. About | Purchase: CDBaby | Interview (2009)