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Professional music review with a bonus interview - rock, metal, industrial
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 high-traffic social networks (Google+, LinkedIn's Pulse, Blogger, Tumblr, Wattpad). Required music genres: metal, rock, guitar driven industrial, dark ambient. More info about this bonus. Example interviews: click.

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. About mini-reviews | examples

ABOUT, SUBMISSIONS - song, EP, album detailed review, PR interview here; TESTIMONIALS - artists about Fabryka Music reviews here
NINa's woodworking - chest boxes and tealight holders available now
I've been making unique tealight holders (themes: rock/metal, occult, various), chest boxes (themes: royal, Victorian, Goth, rock/metal) and useful wooden matchboxes (includes matches & a tealight) since April 2014. They can be seen and purchased now, so don't hesitate - check them out, buy (worldwide shipping), tell your friends about them!
Tealight holders - browse here
Chest boxes - browse here
Wooden matchboxes (full set) - here

-NINa (Fabryka Magazine CEO)
Gus McArthur - Gus McArthur EP review
[Metal/Hard rock] Gus McArthur EP [Review] + testimonials update
DMK - Going Under - song review
[Electronic/rock/other] Going Under [Review] + testimonials update
Project .44 - Revolution new single
Invisible Records will release the newest single by industrial rock supergroup project .44 entitled 'Revolution' on 12/15/2015. The single which includes 'Revolution' song and its 2 remixes by Hate Dept. and Sony will be available as vinyl, CD & digital download. The band's line-up features: Louis Svitek (ex-Ministry, Pigface; guitar), Charles Levi (My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, Chemlab, Pigface, Sister Machine Gun; bass), Chris Harris (vocals/keys/samples), Steven Seibold (Hate Dept.; keys/programming) and Ken Pillar (drums). The single was produced by Seibold, and engineered by Jason McNinch (worked with Die Warzau, Pigface, Gravity Kills, Dessau, Sister Machine Gun, Stabbing Westward, Final Cut, Clay People and many others). It is project .44's newest release since their Coup D'etat: The System Reworked put out in 2007.
Source: Project .44
Reviews on Wattpad
I've begun publishing my music reviews on Wattpad, the most popular platform for writers. I love reading and writing stories too, but I do think a reading experience should come with a matching, acoustic background. I personally loved reading F. Herbert's Dune with Dead Can Dance's Into The Labirynth album played in the background, just for an example. Therefore, I'd like to let Wattpad readers match their libraries with music recommended through said music reviews.
Here's a foretaste: Fabryka's Wattpad. You can also get a Wattpad app to access my reviews on your mobiles.

Technically, reviews will be published entirely but without links redirecting to bands or their albums to follow the Wattpad guidelines. However, there will be a link back to Fabryka where Wattpad readers can find recommended, band-related sites & stores along with a music player, when available.
Dogmachine - Futuristic Urban Cult album review
[Industrial/rock/metal] Futuristic Urban Cult [Review]
The Seas - interview
The Seas - interview (2015) - read it here
Michael Sliter: It's a type of therapy. I’ve always believed that you must have an honest, emotional connection to the music in order for the listener to get that same emotional connection. But at the same time, I think it’s important to leave room for interpretation.
The Seas - Give Up The Ghost album review
[Rock/metal/electronic] Give Up The Ghost [Review]
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