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Professional music review with a bonus interview - rock, metal, industrial
Update 2: MINI-REVIEWS: I offer 600-1000 character-long mini-reviews, which you can use for promotional and commercial purposes based on a non-exclusive commercial license. Unlike full reviews however, the mini-reviews are not published on Fabryka Magazine's pages, blogs or social networks.
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Update 1: BONUS: If you submit 1-2 albums (must be between 11-20 songs max) for my detailed 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, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Blogger, Tumblr). Required music genres: metal, rock, guitar driven industrial, dark ambient. More info about this bonus. Example interviews: click.

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Man. Machine.Industry 'Box of Horrors' new album
After the five week tour supporting Raubtier, producer/front-man J. Bergman and his MMI have recently finished recording the up coming new album Box Of Horrors due to be released fall of 2015. According to J.B, it is "the heaviest but yet, most melodic album I have ever written". As always J.B produced and wrote the album himself but had some help with a couple of chorus lines from producer/songwriter and friend Erik Mĺrtensson (Eclipse, W.E.T). J.B plays all instruments on this new album but for the purpose of a few songs he also invited several guest musicians such as Anders Sevebo, Mattias Johansson, Anders Plassgĺrd and Karin Westerberg from the TV show Sĺ Ska Det Lĺta who is playing piano on one track.
Source: Killing Machine Productions | Facebook
Maximum Sexy Pigeon in Carmageddon: Reincarnation
Everybody knows what's karma and what it can do to humans. Then, everybody is also aware of the powerful word Armageddon. Mix the two and you'll get Carmageddon - a brutal, freeform racing game which was released for MS-DOS in 1997, followed by two sequels (1998 & 2000). Carmageddon: Reincarnation is the newest version (a reboot) of the game.
The gaming industry is finally about to pay attention to Fabryka Magazine's favourite industrial metal act from Sydney, Australia - Maximum Sexy Pigeon thanks to having their original songs featured in the game. The first Carmageddon tracklist contains instrumental versions of Fear Factory's songs from their Demanufacture album and also tunes by Lee Groves. This time, since the game is an indie self-published title, the developer had decided to go for independent bands - MSP and Morgue (UK). Click Extended News to listen to one of MSP's tracks for the game and to watch a game video trailer.

Moreover, MSP has been working on their new album called Refinery which is almost completed, according to Yok Rzeznic (songwriting, vocals, bass, guitar). Yok and his long term collaborator A.D. (songwriting, vocals, guitar; in bands Flood Of Rain, Viral Millennium) put together a few remakes off their first EP, a number of tracks from Carmageddon: Reincarnation soundtrack, and some songs you've never heard yet.
Read NINa's review of MSP Unfit For Human Consumption EP v2 EP and an interview with the band (2013).

Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, the game will be finally released on May 21, 2015, according to the developer's (Stainless Games) recent news.
Sekten7 - 'Burn The Sky' new music video
Sekten7 posted a new music video for the song 'Burn The Sky'. You can watch it on YouTube or click Extended News to launch th player.
Sekten7 reviews on Fabryka Magazine.
N17 - a video from their latest show
The legendary industrial metal band N17 (November 17) hasn't released any new music since 1999 but if you're lucky and living in US, you can catch them on stage sometime. One of the latest shows was at Club Red Theaters, Arizona on April 11th, 2015. Thanks to Damon17 and Rudy T Reilly, we've got a video! Click Extended news to watch it.
Nihil comes back - on Soundcloud
Die hard industrial metal fans didn't forget about a band from Arizona, US who released 2 albums in the 90s, both produced by Neil Kernon. Nihil, led by Scott Crowley quit (or perhaps went on hiatus only) over 13-14 years ago. But there's a Nihil's new profile on Soundcloud with a few either brand new or previously unreleased tracks. Unfortunately, Mr Crowley didn't reply my message about these songs. Click Extended News to launch a player or visit Nihil here.
Music review, interview, ad services - little tech update
I've made a few changes on the submissions info page. Format, timing, platforms, pricing etc. remain the same. Changes: Fabryka doesn't offer advertising opportunities anymore. No deadline for a bonus PR interview. Social network stats update - my Google+ page dedicated to music reviews has reached +10.100 followers and +344.000 views in April 2015. And finally, I added 'a few words from the reviewer' at the bottom of the page here.
Spookshow inc. - a new interview and song review
[Industrial/electronic/rock] Spookshow inc. feat. Kissing In Graveyards - Underworld [Mini review]

Lucky Spook (guitar, programming, songwriting, production): The biggest challenge while shooting 'Scary Dream' video was to haul back and forth all of the equipment: power generator, lights, hundreds of meters of cables at night - it was a task, I must say. I don’t remember myself being more exhausted after these two nights in the forest. [Read the interview here]
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