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Latest podcast episodes about Front Line Assembly

Media Monarchy
#PumpUpThaVolume: August 16, 2022

Media Monarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 63:28


Media Monarchy plays Was (Not Was) x Madonna x Ozzy Osbourne, Front Line Assembly, Phytophiliac and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for August 16, 2022. ♬

Communion After Dark
Communion After Dark - 07/11/2022 Episode

Communion After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 123:48


July 11th, 2022: Communion After Dark --featuring the latest and best in dark alternative-electronic music -- with new music from Suicide Commando, Ayria, The Cruxshadows, Front Line Assembly, and more

Edicion Limitada
Edicion Limitada - 20 de Junio del 2022

Edicion Limitada

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 163:03


Edición Limitada - 20 de Junio del 2022. Producción, realización y conducción: Francisco J. Brenes. Presentando música de Sun's Signature, JB Dunckel, Zola Jesus, Jack White, A.A. Williams, And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Bastille, Sinead O'Brien, Gaz Coombes, Dream Dali, Editors, Belle and Sebastian, Lightning Seeds, Simple Minds, Buzzcocks, Dummy, Dry Cleaning, Tim Burgess, Pixies, The Beths, Dion Lunadon, High Vis, Metric, Young Guv, Bartees Strange, Kula Shaker, Declan Welsh And The Decadent West, Melts, William Orbit con Polly Scattergood, Chemical Brothers, Rosie Thorne, Flasher, Röyksopp con Karen Harding, Hercules & Love Affair, Utah Saints, Neu!, Electrophoresis con Molchat Doma, Front Line Assembly, Adult. y Black Magnet.

RFS: The Sanitarium
The Sanitarium #027

RFS: The Sanitarium

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 60:10


On this episode of The Sanitarium, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands: Godheads, Laibach, Apoptygma Berzerk, Max M, Necro Facility, Gary Numan, Brioni, Front Line Assembly, Velvet Acid Christ, Malform, Decoded Feedback, and finishing off with Microwaved.

Communion After Dark
Communion After Dark - 06/20/2022 Episode

Communion After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 150:15


Monday, Jun 20, 2022: Communion After Dark -- featuring the latest and best in alternative-electronic music -- with new music from , Front Line Assembly, She Hates Emotion,  Centhron, The New Divison, Male Tears, Black Asteroid, and much more. 

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast
C-Tec - Darker | Album Review

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 45:46


Composed of Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242, Mark Heal of Cubanate, and Ged Denton of Crisis n.T.i., along with special appearances by members of Front Line Assembly and Haujobb, C-Tec is something of a 1990s industrial supergroup. What that allows is the members to experiment on their debut Darker with a broader range of sounds away from their regular bands, like including breakbeats on "Being Nothing," going 80s on "The Lost," or punishing noise on "Shift IV." Of course, there are some four-one-the-floor thumpers made for the 12" remix, like the Rammstein-esque "Foetal" and driving "Stateless." A few of the tracks take a little more time than necessary to get going, and De Meyer's vocal approach won't be for everyone, but Darker is a worthwhile album to add to your industrial collection.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Flowing 10:25 - Being Nothing 15:37 - Foetal 25:38 - Flowing 28:19 - Shift IV Outro - The Lost   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast
C-Tec - Darker | Album Review

Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 45:46


Composed of Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242, Mark Heal of Cubanate, and Ged Denton of Crisis n.T.i., along with special appearances by members of Front Line Assembly and Haujobb, C-Tec is something of a 1990s industrial supergroup. What that allows is the members to experiment on their debut Darker with a broader range of sounds away from their regular bands, like including breakbeats on "Being Nothing," going 80s on "The Lost," or punishing noise on "Shift IV." Of course, there are some four-one-the-floor thumpers made for the 12" remix, like the Rammstein-esque "Foetal" and driving "Stateless." A few of the tracks take a little more time than necessary to get going, and De Meyer's vocal approach won't be for everyone, but Darker is a worthwhile album to add to your industrial collection.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Flowing 10:25 - Being Nothing 15:37 - Foetal 25:38 - Flowing 28:19 - Shift IV Outro - The Lost   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

The Dark Corner Podcast
Happy Grimy Burfday

The Dark Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 58:03


In this episode of The Dark Corner, DJ Evil Dave celebrates his belated birthday with a mix of ten songs. Each song features heavy bass, often of a particularly growly and grimy nature. He pulls songs from EBM, electro-industrial, breakbeat, and dark electro. First, Dave reviews the latest episode of Strange New Worlds and the movie, Future World. Moreover, he talks about doing yard work while his internet friends enjoy Eurovision or seeing Bauhaus live. Here is this episodes playlist. 1 Take One (RadicalG Remix) by Front 242 from Lovely Day (Remastered) / Take One (RadicalG Mix) 2 Kampf dem Verderb by Acylum from Kampf dem Verderb 3 Drain by The Halo Effect from The Fourth Zone 4 Distant lights (Studio-X drum n bass remix) by DE_TOT_COR from Gothic Light 5 Punch The Deck (Dirty) (2021 Remaster) by Haloblack featuring PIG from ARMALYTE XX 6 Dos Not Compute by Distimia from Patience Limit 7 Grimoire remixed by Ritualz by VALHALL from GRIM/MORE 8 Bring The Storm (Oleg Xaler & Olga Getz Remix) by Unity One from Bring The Storm 9 Snakes - Low sea remix by Mitra Mitra from Cage 25 10 Earthriser by Front Line Assembly from WarMech

14 Waves
Mixtape 68: It's become a little too personal.

14 Waves

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 64:46


Front Line Assembly – “Fatalist”, 1999. Eon Project – “Poison Mind”, 1998. Numb – “Driven”, 1995. Semsis – “Streets of Fear”, 1999. Noise Unit – “The Drain”, 1997. Terrorfakt – “Pure”, 2002. Tarmvred – “Primitive Germanic”, 2002. Atari Teenage Riot – “Destroy 2000 Years of Culture”, 1997. Naked Eyes – “(What) in the Name of Love (Arthur Baker 12” Mix)”, 1984. Level 42 – “Lessons in Love (Shep Pettibone Remix)”, 1986. Animotion – “Obsession”, 1984. Odonis Odonis – “Shadow Play”, 2021. Portion Control – “Move”, 2021. Empirion – “Red Noise”, 2019.

The Danny Diess Show
Episode 259 - Post Punk/Goth/Industrial/Experimental

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 118:12


Today on the show is a road less traveled featuring some of the greatest underground music in the last 4 decades. for Danny's Friday mix you will hear David Bowie. Psychic T.V, Fad Gadget, Clan Of Xymox. Also new music by Ministry and Front Line Assembly. See chapters for complete setlist. © Copyright Danny Diess

Void Signal
Jon Siren - IAMX / Front Line Assembly / Psyclon Nine

Void Signal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 70:00


Jon Siren is arguably one of the best drummers in the dark music scene and a super nice guy. He took some time to chat with me a few weeks back about his experiences, his recent tour with Dana Dentata, what comes next for him, and his love of fruit trees.Featured Songs:IAMX - Nature of InvitingFront Line Assembly - AngriffDana Dentata - ApologyCover photo courtesy of Jon Siren. Void Signal Intro/Outro courtesy of System Syn/Ginger Khan.Visit https://www.jonsiren.com/ for more of Mr. Siren.Visit VoidSignal.net for more Void Signal.

La Araña Fm Electronic Body Music, Black Metal and Gothic Rock News Channel

DESCRIPTION In our chapter 72, we bring some recommendations within the ebm scene groups such as: Front Line Assembly, Elite!, The Klinik. PLAYLIST The Klinik In Your Room Darkmen, Legs Like Gold Agrezzior, Strong We Stand OHMeloctronic, Car Crash Front Line Assembly, Rebels in Afghanistan Elite, Harte Liebe #ebmschifter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ebmschifter/message

The Danny Diess Show
Episode 241 - The Monday Mix

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 107:33


Today's mix features new music by Florence & The Machine, Tears For fears, Front Line Assembly and Jack White. Also music blocks of Sandra Bernhard, Madonna, and Depeche Mode.© Copyright Danny Diess

The Dark Corner Podcast
EBM Day Special 2022

The Dark Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 114:13


As the 24th of February approaches, DJ Evil Dave compiles 24 songs from his library of Electronic Body Music. First, he presents a brief description of EBM and its many offshoots. Moreover, he reveals how he arrived at the theme of machines and discloses a new method for creating smoother transitions. Following is the list of featured songs. 1. Fight The Machine by Siva Six from matriXX - 20 Years of Alfa Matrix 2. I Don't Trust The Machine by Implant from I Don't Trust The Machine EP 3. Rain Machine by Dead When I Found Her from Industrial Music Sampler 2 4. Mechanism by Front Line Assembly from WarMech 5. Cold Machine [Assemblage 23 Remix] by Bow Ever Down from Let It Burn 6. Maschinen sind treu (Robot-Mix) by RECTOR SCANNER from Der Dichter und die Frau EP 7. Machine by Diversant:13 from Blood, Heroes & Dark Zeroes 8. Machine by KANGA from KANGA 9. Dress machine by SIN.SIN from Matrix Downloaded 008 10. Maschinenmenschen by G.I.E.Z. from RETROGRAD 11. Mercy Machine (97 Remodel) by ATTRITION from In Dark Dreams: 1980 - 2015 12. the mechanics of a broken body by daddybear from Undustrial Records vs. Tigersquawk Records 13. Machine reMix by [Sick Jokes] by Black Needle Noise with Attasalina from Tigersquawk vs. COP International 14. Biomechanik (Remix by Das(X)Periment) by STAHLSCHLAG from Freizeitlärm 3.0 15. The Machine (2019 Remaster) by Cellmod from The Dissident 16. Mechanisch by Seelennacht from Zeitenwende 17. The Machine Conquerors by DeZtructor from Infraschall Vol.2 CD2 18. Butene Machines by Studio-X from Here to Stay EP 19. Nerves Connected To Machine by Droid Sector Decay from Face The Beat: Session 2 20. Man Or Machine by Cosmic Armchair from Matrix Downloaded 010 21. Machinery by Flatline from Enjoy the Noise 22. Mother Machine by Hatech from Psicotropicodelia Music Vol. 3.1: Psicotropic 23. Machinemade Human by Switchface from DEMOlition Part One 24. The Mechanic by VTG from Dance Floor Game All songs were submitted by the artist or the label or were offered for free as a promotional item.

RadioSPIN
PBM 525 Mocna Strona Muzyki 172, 22.11.2021

RadioSPIN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 93:31


MOCNA STRONA MUZYKI 172 W kolejnym wydaniu audycji Mocna Strona Muzyki zaprezentujemy muzykę trzech wykonawców reprezentujących różne podgatunki rocka. Będzie to brytyjska progresywna grupa ELOY z albumu Metromania. Druga część audycji zostanie zagospodarowana przez zespół BAZOOKA JOE, reprezentujący new wave oraz new romantic. Trzecia cześć to industrialne brzmienia legendy tego gatunku czyli FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY. Oczywiście jak zawsze przedstawię również innych artystów ale to już wpływ chwili i klimat zadecyduję o ich wyborze. Znacznie więcej usłyszycie w trakcie audycji.

The Belfry Network
The Arcane Machine: 2021 Our Top Picks

The Belfry Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 78:31


It's January again, and that means that Justin and Ed take a look back at the previous year and share some of their favorite releases. It was a fantastic year for Goth, Industrial, and Darkwave as evidenced by the music on display this month. Get ready for music from Front Line Assembly, Scary Black, Vision Video, Joy Thieves, and more! Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to arcanemachinepodcast@gmail.com! The Arcane Machine is a monthly show with supplemental content on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord throughout each month. If you like what you hear, please visit the artists' pages linked below and buy some music! Social Media: The Belfry: A Home for Dark Culture: The Belfry is the home of excellent podcast Cemetery Confessions, plus interviews, art, and other podcasts rooted deeply in dark/ alternative lifestyles. Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheArcaneMachine/ Follow The Arcane Machine on Twitter: @arcane_machine Follow The Arcane Machine on Instagram: @the_arcane_machine The Tracklist:   1 – “Destroy” by Heavy Halo from the album Heavy Halo (2021) (Bandcamp) 2 – “Prey Later” by Jim Davies from the album Prey Later (2021) (Bandcamp) 3 – “American Gothic” by Scary Black from the single American Gothic (2021) (Bandcamp) 4 – “Mirror Box” by PTYL (2021) (Soundcloud) 5 – “Colder” by Armageddon Dildos from the EP Destruction (2021) (Bandcamp) 6 – “Blood Slogan: Sacred Tempo” by The Joy Thieves from the album American Parasite (2021) (Bandcamp) 7 – “Comfort in the Grave” by Vision Video from the album Inked in Red (2021) (Bandcamp) 8 – “Unknown” by Front Line Assembly from the album Mechanical Soul (2021) (Bandcamp)

Thunderdome Metal Reviews
Front Line Assembly, "Mechanical Soul," (2021), Review

Thunderdome Metal Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 14:53


Metalheads!! To start of the year we selected some albums you may have missed from last year. This episode is Ben's pick the 2021 effort of longtime industrial outfit Front Line Assembly.

OWC RADiO
Rhys Fulber’s Out Of This World Music and This Week’s News from OWC Radio

OWC RADiO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021


This week Host, Cirina Catania talks with the ever-extraordinary electronic musician, Rhys Fulber. And she shares some great news from Tim Cook and the folks at Apple...Lumafusion has been awarded "Best Video App for 2021," on the App Store. You will love this conversation with Rhys. He is a truly international musical genius who was born in Vancouver of a German father and a mother from Great Britain.  Rhys grew up with the sounds of Led Zeppelin, Kraftwerk and the local punk rockers blasting from his father's recording studio. At the age of 13 he began drumming, sometimes gigging with his Dad, and he was always at the studio. In 1984, he became interested in electronic music and once he got his first synthesizer, life changed for him! He became friends with Bill Leeb, who had just left Skinny Puppy. Rhys' early adventures included collaborations with Front Line Assembly and eventually tours with that group as well as Delirium well into the late 90's. It was fun talking with him and I found him to be quite understated when it comes to talking about himself…He mentions the time when Sara Mc Lachlan dropped in on him and liked what she heard. They collaborated on that work! And a few years later, he worked with Sinead O'Connor. Of course, we talk about the GEAR that he uses to tour and create his electronic music, and I'm sure you'll find it fascinating. For more information about our amazing sponsor, Other World Computing, go to OWCDigital.com, where you'll find hardware and software solutions and tutorial videos that will get you up and running in no time. For more about our host, filmmaker, tech maven and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, Cirina Catania, visit cirinacatania.com. If you enjoy our podcast, please subscribe and tell all your friends about us! We love our listeners. And, if you have ideas for segments, write to OWCRadio@catania.us. Cirina is always up for new ideas!

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast
#568: Music We‘re Thankful For In 2021

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 95:47


Last year we spent Thanksgiving Eve with our patrons and friends sharing new music we were thankful for during a difficult year. 2021 has presented its own challenges, but we're lucky to have so many musical artists and creatives to turn to for escape. From the metal and hard rock of Iron Maiden, Danko Jones, and Mammoth WVH to the trip-hop of Morcheeba, Sneaker Pimps, and Hooverphonic, to the electronic and industrial of Front Line Assembly, Martin Gore, and Gary Numan, to a host of other artists like Brandi Carlisle, Dave Gutter, Palm Ghosts, The Hold Steady, Spectres, King Buffalo, Ben Kweller, and many more, there was plenty to celebrate.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Don't Back Down by Mammoth WVH (from Mammoth WVH) 7:27 - All My Heroes Are Dead by Dave Gutter (from I've Been Here Awhile EP) 15:12 - John Carpenter by Palm Ghosts (from The Lost Frequency) 18:24 - The Creeps by Garbage (from No Gods No Masters) 24:29 - Family Farm by The Hold Steady (from Open Door Policy) 30:13 - Blink Twice by Jim Ward (from Daggers) 36:42 - Swan Song by Lindsey Buckingham (from Lindsey Buckingham) 46:12 - Submarines by Failure (from Wild Type Droid) 57:38 - Ouch by The Tragically Hip (from Saskadelphia EP) Outro - This Love Ain't Dead by Aaron and the Lord (from Aaron and the Lord)   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast
#568: Music We‘re Thankful For In 2021

Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 95:47


Last year we spent Thanksgiving Eve with our patrons and friends sharing new music we were thankful for during a difficult year. 2021 has presented its own challenges, but we're lucky to have so many musical artists and creatives to turn to for escape. From the metal and hard rock of Iron Maiden, Danko Jones, and Mammoth WVH to the trip-hop of Morcheeba, Sneaker Pimps, and Hooverphonic, to the electronic and industrial of Front Line Assembly, Martin Gore, and Gary Numan, to a host of other artists like Brandi Carlisle, Dave Gutter, Palm Ghosts, The Hold Steady, Spectres, King Buffalo, Ben Kweller, and many more, there was plenty to celebrate.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Don't Back Down by Mammoth WVH (from Mammoth WVH) 7:27 - All My Heroes Are Dead by Dave Gutter (from I've Been Here Awhile EP) 15:12 - John Carpenter by Palm Ghosts (from The Lost Frequency) 18:24 - The Creeps by Garbage (from No Gods No Masters) 24:29 - Family Farm by The Hold Steady (from Open Door Policy) 30:13 - Blink Twice by Jim Ward (from Daggers) 36:42 - Swan Song by Lindsey Buckingham (from Lindsey Buckingham) 46:12 - Submarines by Failure (from Wild Type Droid) 57:38 - Ouch by The Tragically Hip (from Saskadelphia EP) Outro - This Love Ain't Dead by Aaron and the Lord (from Aaron and the Lord)   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands
One Woman Army, Chicago-based- I YA TOYAH

DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 41:31


Chicago-based industrial, electronic, ONE WOMAN ARMY, I Ya Toyah blends the chaos and balance with a familiar vibe of industrial electronica sound. The meaning behind the name I Ya Toyah sustains these values- when spoken out loud. In Polish it means "It's Just Me." Her logo art emerging from peace and anarchy symbols highlights the rebel psyche, her true nature. Her music is a fusion of smooth, cutting edge vocals, surreal guitars, hypnotizing beats and multiple electronic synth elements arising into dark arrangements that, combined with storytelling lyrics, respond to the paranoia of everyday reality. I Ya Toyah released her self-written and produced debut album in 2018 called “Code Blue” which received immediate attention by the music industry.  In 2020 she released the remix project for the “Code Blue” album which included a  collaboration with Rhys Fulber of Conjure One and Front Line Assembly. Her latest album is called “Out of Order” released in 2021. More recently, her track called “Pray” has been remixed by Stabbing Westwardhttps://www.iyatoyah.com https://iyatoyah.bandcamp.comBe sure to subscribe to my monthly mailing list for the latest music news especially coming up for December my updates and my next interviews and events:http://eepurl.com/gtw6PP

Gothic Industrial Music
Gothic Industrial Music Ep68 - Electro Industrial - EBM - Dark Electro - Goth Mix

Gothic Industrial Music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 46:06


Gothic Industrial Music Ep68 - Electro Industrial - EBM - Dark Electro - Goth Mixhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ShadowsRadioIndustrialEBMMusicMixesV▲LH▲LL - Niðingrdans (Remixed By Wychdoktor)Tweaker - Nothing at all (Front Line Assembly mix)The Synthetic Dream Foundation - The Human HarvestPanzer AG - Not too lateNoisuf-x - Nervouz BeatzSecond Disease - NoiseDead When I Found Her - No more nightmaresNecro Facility - Nursed (Playdo Remix)Informatik - Nothing Greater

Edicion Limitada
Edicion Limitada - 1 de Noviembre del 2021 (Especial de Halloween)

Edicion Limitada

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 323:43


Edicion Limitada - 1 de Noviembre del 2021. Programa Especial de Halloween. Producción y realización: Francisco J. Brenes. Presentando música de Insides, Florence and The Machine, Tricky, Depeche Mode, Jehnny Beth, Radiohead, Tori Amos, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Siouxie & The Banshees, Erasure, The Raveonettes, Little Boots, The Cure, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Editors, Nine Inch Nails, The Psychedelic Furs, INXS, Peter Murphy, Frank Black, Tim Burgess, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Pixies, The Smiths, The Clash, The Wombats, Placebo, Bloc Party, Hooverphonic, Pulp, The Cult, Sneaker Pimps, Pet Shop Boys, The Last Shadow Puppets, Arctic Monkeys, New Order, Death Cab for Cutie, Pulp, Saint Etienne, She Wants Revenge, Ministry, Death In Vegas, White Lies, Play Dead, Alien Sex Fiend, Bauhaus, The Sisters Of Mercy, Killing Joke, Front 242, Nitzer Ebb, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Front Line Assembly y Die Krupps.

14 Waves
Mixtape 46: My mind is driving me insane.

14 Waves

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 59:35


Kaleida – “Division”, 2017. Figure Section – “Teutonic Knights”, 2019. Statiqbloom – “Survival”, 2017. Front Line Assembly – “Target”, 1997. Astrocowboys – “Mayumi”, 2012. OUL – “Dwell On the Other Side”, 2019. Elz and the Cult – “Dystopian Prayer”, 2019. Pindrops – “Reflection II”, 2020. Twin Tribes – “Shrine”, 2019. Sounds Like Winter – “Who We Aren’t”, 2019. She Past Away – “Ruh”, 2012. Fehlfarben – “Militürk”, 1980. Divine Fits – “My Love Is Real”, 2012. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – “We Real Cool”, 2013. Website link: https://skullandcrossfades.com/my-mind-is-driving-me-insane

RFS: The Sanitarium
The Sanitarium #025

RFS: The Sanitarium

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 258:00


This episode of The Sanitarium, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands: Download, Front Line Assembly, Velvet Acid Christ, Infected Mushroom, The Cruxshadows, Assemblage 23, Suicide Commando, Razed In Black, Toxic Bite, and finishing off with some Nano Infect.

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
Rich Embury’s Power Hour // Industrial & Electronic Rock + Metal

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 66:30


Rich Embury returns with another flashback to the '70s, '80s, and '90s rock and metal scene! In this Future FM Live edition, Rich focuses on classic Industrial and Electronic rock and metal. Songs from The Prodigy, Econoline Crush, Powerman 5000, KDFDM, Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, Front Line Assembly, Gravity Kills, Ministry, 1000 Homo DJ's, and […]

Edicion Limitada
Edicion Limitada - 3 de Mayo del 2021

Edicion Limitada

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 205:46


Edición Limitada - 3 de Mayo del 2021. Producción, realización y conducción: Gustavo Verduzco. Presentando música de The Quinsy, Sjöblom, The Snatcher, Able Machines, Scheuber, Lifelong Corporation, Naked Eyes, Heaven 17, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Blancmange, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, China Crisis, Blind Passenger presenta 80s Express, The Rude Awakening, Fïx8:Sëd8 con Emke, Dani Tamayo, Blackfield con Brian Molko, Elektrostaub con Patrik Hansson, Depeche Mode, The Farm, The Other Two, Saint Etienne featuring Etienne Daho, Dubstar, The Communards, Massiv in Mensch, WeirdWolves, Leæther Strip & Nature Of Wires, Strikkland, Blutengel, System Noire, Tension Control, Endzustand, Aircrash Bureau, Front Line Assembly, Funker Vogt y Agonoize.

Alien Air Podcast
2021AprNo3: Cyber, IDM & Mid Era

Alien Air Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 121:15


Cyber: collection of older groups with with tribal elements IDM: has newer Lomea (England) & Morphology (Finland), Holon (Canada) Mid Era: include new Elkin Sergey (Russia), Alba Ecstacy (Romania)     TIME.....ARTIST..........................TRACK..............................RELEASE    00:00 [Intro - Mid Era]    00:12 Known Rebel                  ollyollyoxen free (rmx)     03:34 Front Line Assembly     everything that was..     Airmech     10:22 Valhall                             einhärjar                         Leaning On Shadows    16:06 Conjecture                      yojimbo (rmx)                 Enter The Grove    20:55 Mlada Fronta                  f8,3-1/238                       Contrast 2005-2011    27:05 [break - IDM]    29:08 Locust                               Skysplit                          Weathered Well (outake)    32:43 Esem                                 photolikelitening           Snowdrop    37:09 D-Fried                              shadowland                   Odyssey In The Musical...    41:34 Lomea                               sunwake                         Sunwakr    44:40 Morphology                     photosphere                   Horta Proxima    51:04 Holon                                (title)                               Nothing But Stardust    57:05 [break-Mid Era]         58:51 Elkin Sergey                     asymmetry                      Parallels 1:04:28 Alba Ecstacy                     regeneration x                The Storyteller 1:08:09 Brainwork                         v. meets berlin              1:17:25 Nigel Mullaney                 done                                  31 Days              1:22:33 State Azure                       part 1 (excerpt)                Streams II 1:37:53 Mac                                    a warmer heart               Memoires Vol02 1:39:55 Gert Blokzijl                      approach (excerpt)          Terrestrial 1:58:55 [Outro]   Keywords: International electronic music internet electronic artists unsigned electronic artists Ambient Tribal Trance PsyTance Ethno/PsyTrance IDM Dub Step Mid Era Berlin School

The Belfry Network
The Arcane Machine: Chapter Sixteen: Our Favorite Cover Songs

The Belfry Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 102:19


When a current artist you love pays homage to a classic song you enjoyed in your youth, it feels like magic… two forces of nature colliding to make a special song just for you. In this month's chapter, Justin and Ed share cover songs from some of their favorite artists. Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to arcanemachinepodcast@gmail.com! The Arcane Machine is a monthly show with supplemental content on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord throughout each month. If you like what you hear, please visit the artists' pages linked below and buy some music! Social Media: The Belfry: A Home for Dark Culture: The Belfry is the home of excellent podcast Cemetery Confessions, plus interviews, art, and other podcasts rooted deeply in dark/ alternative lifestyles. Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheArcaneMachine/ Follow The Arcane Machine on Twitter: @arcane_machine Follow The Arcane Machine on Instagram: @the_arcane_machine Use the Discord Widget on the side of the page to join our server and chat with us The Tracklist:   1 – “Angry Inch” From Hedwig & the Angry Inch, by Type O Negative from the album Life is Killing Me (2003) (Website) 2 – “Dominion” by The Sisters of Mercy, Covered by Information Society from the album Orders of Magnitude (2016) (Bandcamp) 3 – “Head Like a Hole” by Nine Inch Nails, Covered by PIG from the album Covered in Nails: A Tribute to Nine Inch Nails (2006) (Bandcamp) 4 – “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco, Covered by Front Line Assembly feat. Jimmy Urine from the album Wake Up the Coma (2019) (Bandcamp) 5 – “Like a Prayer” by Madonna, Covered by BiGod 20 from the album It's Up to You (1993) (Website) 6 – “Supernaut (Trent Reznor Vocal Version)” by Black Sabbath, Covered by 1000 Homo DJs from the EP 1000 Homo DJs (1989) (Website) 7 – “Red Flags & Long Nights” by She Wants Revenge, Covered by Leæther Strip from the album A Tribute To She Wants Revenge (2006) (Bandcamp) 8 – “Enter Sandman” by Metallica, covered by Die Krupps from the album A Tribute to Metallica (1992)(Website) 9 – “Are Friends Electric?” by Gary Numan, covered by Information Society from the album Don't Be Afraid (1997) (Bandcamp)

Pod Like A Hole
Front Line Assembly: "Millennium"

Pod Like A Hole

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 165:57


This week on “Pod Like a Hole:  Run the Gamut”  The diamond dice have kissed Intern Eric square on the forehead and blessed him with this episode's pick.  It's 1994.  The world is ablaze with the pulsating synths and stomping beats of industrial music.  Front Line Assembly (Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber) ,one of the premiere rivet head artists, are signed to Metal label Roadrunner Records, and they are about to release one of the most lauded, and debated, releases of the genre, “Millennium.”    WATCH! Eric provide a powerpoint presentation on the 3 Phases of Industrial music and where FLA's history fits in to it.  LISTEN! as Steve shreds some mean Devin Townsend air guitar FEEL! the the strong arm of the law as Marc weighs in on the Marilyn Manson allegations.  JOIN! us as we have a Swamp Stomp dance-off under the freeway over pass.    That's right, your Pod Like a Hole Boys are going back to the cold embrace of Industrial music and you, deal listeners, are in for quite a ride.      Pod Like a Hole Links: https://podlikeahole.podbean.com/ Direct Download Facebook (The only reason to visit that site) facebook.com/podlikeahole Instagram (Unfortunately, no pics of the hosts wearing short shorts) @ pod_like_a_hole Twitter (Not run by a foreign nation bot) @podlikeahole Patreon (Until we muster up the courage for an OnlyFans site) patreon.com/podlikeahole Artwork by Greg Wolgast   MUSIC VIDEO LINKS: Millennium: https://youtu.be/dL381E4mhHY   Chunk Blower Official Trailer: https://youtu.be/_w-jYqu6ysk

Two Pour Bastards
Streetcleaner

Two Pour Bastards

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 86:51


This week we have Mr. Cleaner himself on west coast darksynth legend Street Cleaner AKA Jesse Bishop on the show. We caht about his new album Edge and how it's a love letter to 80's anime. We also get into Street Cleaner the video game. Jesse's love for Lords of Acid and how it led to him going Viral. We talk about Jesse's influnces growing up such of Front Line Assembly and Pig. What is was like opening for Stabbing Westward. Touring with Protector 101. We get a bit topical with Misogyny in synthwave. Jesse talks about working Electronic Purification records and future release plans

Two Pour Bastards
Streetcleaner

Two Pour Bastards

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 86:58


This week we have Mr. Cleaner himself on west coast darksynth legend Street Cleaner AKA Jesse Bishop on the show. We caht about his new album Edge and how it's a love letter to 80's anime. We also get into Street Cleaner the video game. Jesse's love for Lords of Acid and how it led to him going Viral. We talk about Jesse's influnces growing up such of Front Line Assembly and Pig. What is was like opening for Stabbing Westward. Touring with Protector 101. We get a bit topical with Misogyny in synthwave. Jesse talks about working Electronic Purification records and future release plans

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Side Jams 36: Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 60:53


The electronic music composer explores a wide range of styles through his numerous group and solo projects. When pulling away from his technological immersion, he loves to take photos, spend time in nature, and study different styles of architecture. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Side Jams 36: Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 59:53


The electronic music composer explores a wide range of styles through his numerous group and solo projects. When pulling away from his technological immersion, he loves to take photos, spend time in nature, and study different styles of architecture.This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Side Jams with Bryan Reesman
Episode 36: Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly)

Side Jams with Bryan Reesman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 59:53


The electronic music composer explores a wide range of styles through his numerous group and solo projects. When pulling away from his technological immersion, he loves to take photos, spend time in nature, and study different styles of architecture.This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Side Jams with Bryan Reesman
Episode 36: Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly)

Side Jams with Bryan Reesman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 60:53


The electronic music composer explores a wide range of styles through his numerous group and solo projects. When pulling away from his technological immersion, he loves to take photos, spend time in nature, and study different styles of architecture. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Biblioteca Del Metal
Fear Factory - (La Factoria Del Metal Industrial)

Biblioteca Del Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 79:34


La Tienda De Biblioteca Del Metal: Encontraras, Ropa, Accesorios,Decoracion, Ect... Todo Relacionado Al Podcats Biblioteca Del Metal Y Al Mundo Del Heavy Metal. Descubrela!!!!!! Ideal Para Llevarte O Regalar Productos Del Podcats De Ivoox. (Por Tiempo Limitado) https://teespring.com/es/stores/biblioteca-del-metal-1 Fear Factory es una banda estadounidense de heavy metal, surgida en 1990 en Los Ángeles y que ha realizado numerosos álbumes musicales. A través del paso de los años el sonido de la banda ha cambiado mucho, lo que generó varias peleas y discusiones entre los admiradores, ya que en todos sus álbumes han experimentado distintos géneros del metal extremo y alternativo, como la combinación de los estilos death metal, groove metal, thrash metal, metal industrial y nu metal. El sonido resultante de las combinaciones ha demostrado ser enormemente influyente en la escena del metal a mediados de los años 1990 y en adelante. Su álbum con el nombre de Transgression, se describe como un esfuerzo experimental y atípico, también contiene elementos de metal progresivo. En marzo de 2002, la banda se tomó un descanso disolviéndose por algunas disputas internas entre los integrantes, pero la banda retomó camino a principios del año 2003, menos el miembro de la banda Dino Cazares, quien tocaba la guitarra en la banda, lo que provocó que Christian Olde Wolbers (el bajista original de la banda), tomase el puesto de Cazares como guitarrista y se contratase a un nuevo bajista llamado Byron Stroud. Desde su reformación la banda ha logrado hacer giras con bandas como Black Sabbath, Pantera, Iron Maiden, Slayer, System of a Down, Megadeth, Dream Theater, Mastodon, Misery Index y Rammstein, también han participado en Ozzfest y el Gigantour creado por Megadeth, también han logrado entrar en los charts de Estados Unidos teniendo varios sencillos en los charts del US Mainstream Rock Top 40, estos también han tenido varios de sus álbumes los cuales han entrado en el Billboard Top 40, 100 y 200. La banda, también ha sufrido numerosos cambios de integrantes, dejando a su vocalista, Burton C. Bell, como único miembro original durante algunos años. Fear Factory se formó en 1989 en Los Ángeles bajo el nombre de "Ulceration", de la mano de Raymond Herrera y Dino Cazares. ​ Dino Cazares y Raymond Herrera compusieron la primera canción de Fear Factory, llamada "Sufferage", una noche de Halloween que pasaron juntos. A finales de 1989 entró en el grupo Burton C. Bell, ​ y el nombre fue cambiado por el de Fear Factory. Como curiosidad "Ulceration" es también el nombre de uno de los temas de su primer álbum Concrete. Fear Factory, es una de las mayores influencias de la música extrema, tanto por su técnica, como por su sonido original e independiente, que creó un estilo propio.[cita requerida] Fue la primera banda que incorporó voces limpias en una banda de death metal. Comenzaron su trayectoria musical como una banda de death metal con los discos Concrete y Soul of a New Machine, pero con grandes influencias de grupos como Napalm Death, Godflesh, Ministry, Neurosis y otras bandas industriales y grindcore/death metal. Después, pasaron a groove metal/metal industrial con Demanufacture, y posteriormente a metal industrial con influencias más marcadas por el nu metal, con los discos Obsolete y Digimortal. El inicio de su carrera profesional, tuvo como punto de partida una recomendación de Max Cavalera, de Sepultura, a la discográfica Roadrunner Records, gracias a su álbum Concrete. Previamente, Fear Factory, había enviado su material a Earache Records, que los rechazaron por parecerse demasiado a Napalm Death o a Godflesh. Con Roadrunner editaron el álbum Soul of a new machine, en 1992. Este disco no tuvo mucho éxito pero les brindó la oportunidad de hacer una gira por todo Estados Unidos con otras bandas como Sepultura, Biohazard y Sick of it all. Incluso viajaron a Europa de la mano de Brutal Truth. Para las giras contrataron a Andrew Shives como bajista, encargándose Dino Cazares de la guitarra a pesar de haber grabado el bajo para el disco. Al año siguiente editaron Fear Is the Mind Killer, un EP en el que Fear Factory se mostró más experimental que en su anterior trabajo. El disco estaba compuesto por temas que ya aparecían en Soul Of A New Machine, pero remezclados por Rhys Fulber y Bill Leeb de Front Line Assembly. Este disco, también marcó el debut en la banda del teclista Reynor Diego. Tras el despido de Andrew Shives en 1994, encontraron a Christian Olde Wolbers a través del cantante/bajista Evan Seinfeld de Biohazard. Christian estaba en ese momento de vacaciones en Los Ángeles, ya que él vivía en Bélgica, pero accedió a unirse al grupo. En el año 1995, Fear Factory, saltó a la fama de la mano del álbum Demanufacture, a través del sello Roadrunner, consiguiendo el apoyo unánime de la crítica y el público. El éxito los llevó a una gran gira durante los dos siguientes años y les abrió las puertas de grandes festivales internacionales, como por ejemplo Ozzfest, en los que compartieron escenario con grandes grupos como Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden y Megadeth. Este disco, marcó el reconocimiento de Fear Factory como una de las bandas más importantes e innovadoras del metal. En este disco, se pueden observar, claramente, los elementos que caracterizan a la banda, y que la distinguieron de las demás, ganándose un sitio dentro de los grandes del metal. Por un lado, se está la perfecta sincronización entre los potentísimos riffs de guitarra de Dino y la rápida batería de Herrera, que complementado con el bajo grabado por Dino (Christian no grabó el álbum), le daban un carácter extremo al disco. También, es muy importante agregarle el gran trabajo de Burton C. Bell, quién es capaz de mezclar voces cercanas al death metal, con coros, con una voz sumamente limpia y melódica; y los teclados y sintetizadores del coproductor Rhys Fulber. Los principales temas de este disco son "Replica" (del que incluso se grabó un vídeo), siendo y es el tema más melódico del disco, "Zero Signal", que es el máximo exponente de la fuerza y rapidez de la banda, y "Self Bias Resistor", cuyos memorables coros destacaron este tema. También, cabe destacar temas como "New Breed", donde se aprecia magistralmente la unión de elementos metaleros con música electrónica. En 1997, Fear Factory lanza Remanufacture, que consistía en remezclas de todos sus temas de Demanufacture, lo que dejaba claro las influencias de la música electrónica sobre la banda. Tres años después de Demanufacture, la banda edita el disco Obsolete, en 1998, volvieron a repetir éxito y acto seguido comenzaron nuevas giras con bandas como Slayer y Rammstein. Obsolete, en términos de ventas, fue el disco más exitoso de Fear Factory, llegando a ser disco de oro en Estados Unidos. Este disco fue uno de los grandes éxitos para ese entonces del sello Roadrunner Records. Este disco siguió el camino anterior disco, metal industrial, además de seguir mezclando voces desgarradoras con voces limpias en los coros. A pesar de esta línea general de continuidad, también se incluyeron temas más comerciales como "Edgecrusher", en que por primera vez se añadían elementos más cercanos al nu metal, aunque finalmente primó absolutamte un estilo más cercano a Demanufacture. Aunque su vena experimental se observó más controlada, en este disco se decidieron por meter violas, violines y chelos en buena parte de las canciones, dándole un toque más épico a algunos temas. Los temas más importantes del disco son “Shock”, donde se aprecia el clásico de Fear Factory, metal industrial con líneas vocales que giran para sonar bien salvajes y desgarradas o bien como himnos. A lo largo del álbum la tensión musical va creciendo, destacando entre medio temas oscuros como "Freedom or Fire" y otros más melódicos, como "Descent", hasta llegar al tema "Resurrection", la canción más sorprendente del álbum y posiblemente la más melódica de Fear Factory, hasta ese entonces. Los coros de este tema se convirtieron indudablemente en uno de los himnos más memorables de la banda. De este tema también se grabó un vídeo. De este disco se publicaría más adelante, una edición especial para coleccionistas, en la que se incluye entre otros, el tema "Cars", una versión de Gary Numan, además de ser esta la primera vez que la banda experimenta con un tema pop, aunque sin perder en ningún caso su sello característico. Tras el exitoso Obsolete, que llegó a ser disco de oro en Estados Unidos, surgieron disputas en la banda sobre el estilo que Fear Factory debía seguir. Por un lado, Dino Cazares se inclinaba por regresar a la raíces del emblemático Demanufacture, y por el otro, el resto de los miembros, quienes preferían agregar al disco elementos de rap. En una entrevista, Dino Cazares, dijo que Raymond Herrera, le pidió que dejase componer a Christian Olde-Wolbers quien, según Dino, por aquellas épocas, escuchaba mucho hip-hop y nu metal. Esto, acarreó tensiones entre miembros del grupo. Por otro lado, la discográfica, también instó al conjunto a que hicieran un estilo más comercial. Finalmente, se impuso la visión de la mayoría y, en 2001, ve la luz su siguiente álbum, Digimortal. Este trabajo, fue bastante criticado debido a las similitudes del mismo con el estilo nu metal, alejándose en cierta manera de la agresividad de sus anteriores trabajos. Aunque, a muchos les pareció que este disco era una evolución natural de una banda que ampliaba su público, a otros les pareció una verdadera decepción seguir un estilo, que consideraban excesivamente comercial y alejado de las raíces de sus grandes trabajos anteriores. A pesar de que Digimortal estuvo lejos de ser un fracaso en términos comerciales, lo cierto es que fue incapaz de igualar a su antecesor Obsolete, causando gran tensión y frustración entre los miembros de la banda y tensiones con el sello discográfico. Las influencias del nu metal están muy presentes, incluso en el tema "Back the Fuck Up", Burton C. Bell canta junto a un miembro del grupo de hip-hop Cypress Hill. Temas destacables son "Dark Bodies", que es literalmente una balada a lo Fear Factory, mezclando pasajes tranquilos con la brutalidad característica de la banda. Otras canciones importantes, son "Damaged", donde a ratos recuperan su sonido metalero habitual y "Digimortal". "Linchpin", es el indiscutido tema principal del disco, con una melodía muy llamativa, siendo uno de los temas más recordados de este disco. De este tema, se grabó un vídeo, siendo el último donde se pueden ver a los cuatro miembros originales juntos. Finalmente, tras los problemas surgidos tras Digimortal, en marzo de 2002, el grupo se disolvió. Sumado a las diferencias musicales, también existían fuertes problemas de convivencia entre Dino Cazares y Burton C. Bell, aunque también con los demás miembros. A finales de ese año, se anunció el regreso de la banda sin Dino Cazares, con lo que la formación cambió, pasando Christian Olde Wolbers a guitarra, para dar espacio al nuevo bajista, procedente de Strapping Young Lad, Byron Stroud (a pesar de que en el siguiente álbum, Archetype, fue el propio Christian quien se encargó, también, del bajo). El baterista Raymond Herrera y el vocalista Burton C. Bell, mantuvieron sus posiciones. Frente al cambio de Chirstian desde bajista a guitarrista en remplazo de Cazares, el baterista Raymond Herrera, aseguró: "Christian era mucho más capaz de hacer el trabajo. Es mucho más rápido y preciso. Es mejor guitarrista que Dino. Y puedo decirlo porque si alguien sabe lo bueno que es Dino, soy yo. He visto a Christian hacer cosas a las que Dino nunca hubiese llegado. Puede tocar abiertamente, en un estilo realmente épico. Es más multifacético que Dino. No tengo nada contra Dino. Dino era muy bueno en lo que hacía. Sólo que Christian es capaz de hacer lo mismo y otras cosas más. Creo que es interesante. Es genial, ¿quién sabe? Quizás si Christian hubiese escrito más en la guitarra en los días con Dino, las cosas hubiesen sido distintas. Nunca se nos ocurrió antes porque todo funcionaba bien". Sin embargo el exguitarrista de la banda, se defendió argumentando que el junto a Raymond fueron los compositores de los principales discos (Soul of a New Machine, Demanufacture y Obsolete) y que Christian apenas colaboró, siendo su principal aporte, el fallido Digimortal. Además acusó a Christian de imitar los riffs suyos, argumentando que su mejor trabajo es copiar bien su forma de tocar guitarra. Incluso al escuchar el disco Archetype, ironizó, diciendo que pensó que él estaba tocando. A comienzos de 2004 se conoció que el grupo estaba trabajando en un nuevo disco bajo la discográfica Liquid 8 Records. En abril lanzaron Archetype, considerado uno de los mejores álbumes de su carrera, y que los devuelve a su estilo metal industrial/groove metal con una fuerte influencia de death metal. En este disco, abandonan definitivamente el estilo nu metal, para volver a sonidos más cercanos a Demanufacture. Durante todo el disco, los temas muestran gran agresividad, destacando los temas "Slave Labor", "Archetype" y "Cyberwaste". Este trabajo, tuvo un moderado éxito que les permitió enderezar su trayectoria y les dio confianza para lanzar un segundo disco en agosto de 2005. Este fue titulado Transgression y supuso un paso adelante en la evolución del sonido de Fear Factory tomando elementos más melódicos pero intentando mantener la fuerza que los caracterizaba. Incluso en este disco se incluyó un cover de U2, la canción "I Will Follow", en la que el grupo, interpreta un tema pop, pero manteniendo su estilo. A pesar de esto el disco tuvo algunas críticas, por el peculiar cambio de estilo, sin embargo estos se defendieron argumentando que Transgression era un disco experimental. El 7 de abril de 2009, Burton C. Bell y el miembro fundador, Dino Cazares anuncian que han reformado a Fear Factory, con Byron Stroud (Strapping Young Lad, Zimmers Hole) continuando en el bajo y con la incorporación de Gene Hoglan (Death, Dark Angel, Strapping Young Lad) en la batería, reemplazando a Raymond Herrera. Tampoco Christian ha sido tomado en cuenta en esta nueva formación. Raymond Herrera y Christian Olde Wolbers formaron un nuevo proyecto, llamado Arkaea, con el cantante Jon Howard y el bajista Pat Kavanagh, de la banda Threat Signal. El disco debut de Arkaea, salió el 14 de julio de 2009 a través de E1 Music (anteriormente Koch Records). Fear Factory, lanzó otro álbum, Mechanize, en febrero de 2010, y en julio de 2012 salió su octava entrega discográfica, llamada The Industrialist. El 1 de mayo, se anunció que el ex-Static-X y bajista de Soulfly, Tony Campos, se integraría a la banda como bajista, anteriormente, Campos ya había trabajado con Cazares en la banda Asesino. El 7 de agosto de 2015 lanzaron su noveno álbum Genexus a través de la discográfica Nuclear Blast. Sobre octubre de 2019, Dino Cazares dijo que Fear Factory no sacaría un nuevo álbum y que el futuro de la banda era incierto, debido a que los exmiembros Christian Olde Wolbers y Raymond Herrera, habían puesto una demanda que les prohíbe usar el nombre Fear Factory. El 28 de septiembre de 2020, Burton C. Bell anuncia en su sitio web un comunicado titulado "En mis propias palabras" en el cual anuncia la salida de la banda. Indicando como una de las razones, que no puede seguir asociado a alguien “en quien no puede confiar ni respeta”. Este es el comunicado traducido al español: “Me considero una persona reservada, y prefiero mantener mis asuntos personales para mí y para mis seres queridos de confianza. Hago mis declaraciones públicas con intención reflexiva, sin desviarme nunca de la verdad, a pesar de la constante serie de representaciones deshonestas y acusaciones infundadas de miembros pasados ​​y presentes de la banda; un drama tóxico del que escojo no ser partícipe. Los últimos años han sido profundamente agónicos, con estos miembros desangrando mi pasión con un depravante engaño. Como consecuencia directa de su codicia, estos tres me han arrastrado por el sistema judicial injusto, lo que ha resultado en el desgaste legal que me ha paralizado financieramente. Al final, estos tres miembros se han apoderado de mi principal medio de vida. Sin embargo, nunca tomarán mi legado de 30 años como el corazón de la máquina. Un legado que ningún otro miembro, pasado o presente, puede reclamar. Así que, después de una considerable y contemplativa búsqueda del alma, me he dado cuenta de que no puedo alinearme con alguien en quien no confío ni respeto. Por lo tanto, estoy anunciando a mis fans mi salida de Fear Factory para enfocar toda mi energía y atención hacia el éxito continuo de Ascension of The Watchers y de todos mis esfuerzos futuros. Estoy muy orgulloso del último álbum de Ascension of The Watchers, ‘Apocrypha’. El proceso de composición y grabación de ‘Apocrypha’ ha sido un viaje verdaderamente catártico y artístico de exploración y crecimiento para mí. Reavivando mis pasiones por mi escritura, permitiendo que mi música florezca, que mi alma se eleve, salvándome del verdadero infierno que envolvió una parte importante de mi vida diaria. Colaborar con espíritus afines y talentosos realmente ha generado un ambiente inspirador de apoyo y respeto mutuo, un espíritu que he echado de menos durante mucho tiempo. Me gustaría agradecer a todos mis fans su continuo apoyo a lo largo de mi carrera. Estoy muy orgulloso de mis logros, pero es hora de seguir adelante. Ahora miro hacia el futuro con los ojos, la mente y el corazón abiertos, mientras mi camino artístico lucha por lograr un éxito aún mayor en la música, en la escritura y en mi arte. Es cierto, “el final es siempre el principio”. El alma se ha liberado de la máquina”. Posteriormente el comunicado fue retirado del sitio web, quedando el enlace pero sin contenido. Fear Factory, fueron unas de las primeras bandas en combinar el death metal con rock industrial teniendo un gran impacto dentro de la escena metalera desde que lanzaron su primer material en 1992. Fear Factory es notablemente reconocido por bandas contemporáneas por abarcar en su temática la ciencia ficción y la tecnología, ya que muchos de sus primeros álbumes centran en este tema, creando así una historia la cual se desarrolla a lo largo de tres álbumes conceptuales(Demanufacture, Obsolete y Digimortal). Con base en el re-lanzamiento de Soul of a New Machine, Robert Flynn, Mark Hunter y Mike Sarkisyan (vocalistas de Machine Head, Chimaira y Spineshank respectivamente) citaron a Fear Factory como una de sus más grandes influencias. Robert Flynn comentó que su estilo vocal esta fuertemente influenciado por el de Burton Bell. Mark Hunter dijo que el estilo de ejecución de la batería en Chimaira esta notoriamente influenciado por estilo de Raymond Herrera. Otras bandas han citado a Fear Factory como sus principales influencias como Disturbed, Static-X y Coal Chamber. Bandas modernas como Mnemic, Scarve, Sybreed, Threat Signal y Last Scene Ends poseen en su estilo una singular influencia de la técnica de Fear Factory y han comentado que tienen una singular admiración hacia la banda, Peter Tägtgren de Hypocrisy ha dicho que “Fear Factory está muy cerca de nuestros corazones” y que “Soul of a New Machine fue la principal influencia que le motivo a iniciar su proyecto "'Pain" , Devin Townsend de Strapping Young Lad citó que su mayor influencia para crear el álbum Heavy as a Really Heavy Thing fueron Fear Factory y Napalm Death.

Edicion Limitada
Edicion Limitada - 1 de Febrero del 2021

Edicion Limitada

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 267:49


Edición Limitada - 1 de Febrero del 2021. Producción, realización y conducción: Francisco J. Brenes. Presentando música de Insides, Jónsi, PJ Harvey, Lost Horizons, Still Corners, Eddie Vedder, Daniel Lanois, TRZTN, Mogwai, Cub Scout Bowling Pins, Yard Act, Tausend Augen, Motorama, The Notwist, Tamar Aphek, Danny Elfman, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Maximo Park, Shame, Mike Watt + The Black Gang, Bad Religion, Descendents, Years & Years, Dub Pistols vs Dubmatix, Tom Jones, Antsy, Duran Duran, Trent & Mariqueen Reznor, Atticus Ross & The Alumni Band, Tapeworms, Yellow Magic Orchestra, The Weather Station, Stereolab, Kero Kero Bonito, John Carpenter, Telex, La Femme, Same Eyes, Nation of Language, Sophie, Declan McKenna, Fontaines D.C., London Grammar, Smerz, Moby, Booka Shade, Brigitte Handley, Gary Numan, Martin Gore, Vogon Poetry, Rhys Fulber y Front Line Assembly.

Magnetofunky
Magnetofunky - Soft Reset

Magnetofunky

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2021 0:37


Cheers to the View - Mercury & The Architects; Theory - A Few More Odds and Ends; Open Mic Stage - Ain't Outta The Woods Yet - Purge - Front Line Assembly, The Cleanse - KGizzle, Up To The Flames - Ludovico Technique, Extrajudicial - Terminal; Geeknotes: Depressurize; Practice - Solar Set; WATER WOOD AND STONE - Audionautix

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts
Heresy's Adz interviews Rhys Fulber of Front Line Assembly

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2021 18:17


If you missed Adz's interview with Rhys Fulber of Front Line Assembly who released their 17th album, Mechanical Soul on 15th January on Metropolis Records. You can now listen here

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Heresy with Adz 23.01.2021 including interview with Rhys Fulber

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2021 119:42


Did you miss last night Heresy? If you did and missed Adz's interview with Rhys Fulber of Front Line Assembly, who released their 17th album Mechanical Soul on Metropolis Records on 15th January, you can download the podcast now.PlaylistNosferatu - Savage KissLudovico Technique - Up To The FlamesTeminal - DeadlineLondon After Midnight - Where Good Girls Go To DieSkeletal Family - She Cries AloneProfessional Murder Music - SlowSex Gang Children - DeicheInanis Yoake - Everything BadBatavia - Fields Of Gray (UHF Mix)Christian Death - SleepwalkChildren On Stun - SidelinedChildren On Stun - EchoesFront Line Assembly - AloneInterview with Rhys FulberDelerium - IncantationLeft Spine Down - She's Lost ControlRhys Fulber ft Sara Taylor - Slip It InBlack Needle Noise ft Bill Leeb - A Shiver Of WantNoise Unit - Corroded DecayYou can catch Heresy every Saturday at 10pm (GMT)

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Synthentral 20210119 New Tunesday

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 148:30


It's New Tunesday: new releases from the past week! Give the bands a listen and if you like what you hear then support the bands! Today's episode features new releases by Abu Nein, Areal Kollen, Body Pleasure, Cassetter, Church Of Trees, Dead Astronauts, Devours, Disorder Faith, Dpoint, Ex-Hyena, Flesh Insanity, Frisky Monkey, Front Line Assembly, Imperative Reaction, Kurs, Mala Herba, The Marquis, Marva Von Theo, Nation Of Language, Omnimar, Projekt Ich, Reality's Despair, Rocket Report, The Sere, Slow Danse With The Dead, Sukabura, Sundata, Supernova 1006, TourDeforce, Trevor Something, Unify Separate, Urban Matrix, Veronica's Boyfriend, and Vol. A.D!

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Synthentral 20210119 New Tunesday

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 148:30


It's New Tunesday: new releases from the past week! Give the bands a listen and if you like what you hear then support the bands! Today's episode features new releases by Abu Nein, Areal Kollen, Body Pleasure, Cassetter, Church Of Trees, Dead Astronauts, Devours, Disorder Faith, Dpoint, Ex-Hyena, Flesh Insanity, Frisky Monkey, Front Line Assembly, Imperative Reaction, Kurs, Mala Herba, The Marquis, Marva Von Theo, Nation Of Language, Omnimar, Projekt Ich, Reality's Despair, Rocket Report, The Sere, Slow Danse With The Dead, Sukabura, Sundata, Supernova 1006, TourDeforce, Trevor Something, Unify Separate, Urban Matrix, Veronica's Boyfriend, and Vol. A.D!

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Synthentral 20210119 New Tunesday

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 148:30


It's New Tunesday: new releases from the past week! Give the bands a listen and if you like what you hear then support the bands! Today's episode features new releases by Abu Nein, Areal Kollen, Body Pleasure, Cassetter, Church Of Trees, Dead Astronauts, Devours, Disorder Faith, Dpoint, Ex-Hyena, Flesh Insanity, Frisky Monkey, Front Line Assembly, Imperative Reaction, Kurs, Mala Herba, The Marquis, Marva Von Theo, Nation Of Language, Omnimar, Projekt Ich, Reality's Despair, Rocket Report, The Sere, Slow Danse With The Dead, Sukabura, Sundata, Supernova 1006, TourDeforce, Trevor Something, Unify Separate, Urban Matrix, Veronica's Boyfriend, and Vol. A.D!

Communion After Dark
Communion After Dark - Episode 01/18/21

Communion After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 167:37


Monday, Jan 18, 2021: Communion After Dark -- featuring the latest and best in alternative-electronic music -- spins music from Boy Harsher, Gary Numan, Front Line Assembly, Imperative Reaction and more.

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In episode 46, Actors, Front 242, Front Line Assembly

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 4:56


In episode 46, we recommend new singles within the industrial scene groups like: Actors, Front 242, Front Line Assembly. You can listen to the pieces in the link, https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5QtUUu2rZQde8W5vUV6IKi #ebm #industrial #new music --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ebmschifter/message

Communion After Dark (alternative electronic music: EDM, industrial, EBM, gothic / goth, dark electro, synth pop, power noise

Monday, Jan 18, 2021: Communion After Dark -- featuring the latest and best in alternative-electronic music -- spins music from Boy Harsher, Gary Numan, Front Line Assembly, Imperative Reaction and more.

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Heresy with Adz 16.01.2021

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2021 120:46


Did you miss Heresy last night? Well, fear not the podcast is now available so you can download and listen to your hearts content.We had the usual features, Heresy's Quantum Leap with Finnish goth rockers The 69 Eyes, and Soundtrack Soundbites with Scottish alt rockers The Jesus and Mary ChainPlaylistMinistry - Burning InsideChmcl Str8jct - TexasBlack Needle Noise ft Betty X - I know What Boys LikeGary Numan - IntruderA Covenant Of Thorns - NumbThe Jesus and Mary Chain - Sugar Ray Push Button Press - Scars (within Walls)Caroline Blind - Death to SleepThe Cure - The Hanging GardenRome Burns - Coordinates of ControlEinsturzende Neubauten - La Guillotine De MagritteDogtablet - Showtime Vlimmer - VorfreudeInkubus Sukkubus Lilith RisingNick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Thirsty Dog The Mission - Butterfly On A WheelOtzi - ContagiousThe 69 Eyes - BarbarellaThe 69 Eyes - 27 & DonecEvin Key - Anger Is An Acid ft IAMX Der Prosector - You're Being Lied Too Normoria - Touch Me Plague Garden - These DreamsMephisto Walz ft Veronica Campbell - The Lost and Haunted Monoplan - Promzona You can catch Heresy every Saturday at 10pm (GMT). Next week I will be chatting with Front Line Assembly's Rhys Fulber

Communion After Dark
Communion After Dark - Episode 01/11/21

Communion After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 178:24


Monday, Jan 11, 2021: Communion After Dark -- featuring the latest and best in alternative-electronic music -- spins new music from Front Line Assembly, Rotersand, Cevin Key and more.

Communion After Dark
Communion After Dark - Episode 12/14/20

Communion After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 157:51


Monday, Dec 14, 2020: Communion After Dark -- featuring the latest and best in alternative-electronic music -- spins new music from Front Line Assembly, Centhron, Push Button Press and more.