Monthly Archives: November 2013

Monthly Archives: November 2013

Peter Hook to perform Joy Division & New Order concerts in 2014

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Only few days after his statement that he’d rather play with Saddam Hussein than New Order again, Peter Hook & The Light are to perform their first ever concerts of New Order’s “Low Life (1985)” & “Brotherhood” (1986) with two special Manchester & London shows at The Ritz, Manchester and Shepherds Bush Empire, London in September 2014. The gigs will feature all material from the band, 1983 – 1987, “From Confusion To True Faith”. Tickets for both concerts on general …

Beastmilk – “Climax” / Album Review

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It’s the end of the year – which means that there are a wave of “Album of the Year” accolades being bestowed left right and centre. I’ve always found it interesting to observe that in the excitement of the flurry of  brilliant end of-year releases, reviewers seem to forget quality albums released earlier in the year. What I do not remember though is a band debuting towards the end of the year  being nominated across the board as one of the …

Laibach – S / EP review (Mute Records)

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Laibach recently announced the release of a brand new album expected in February 2014 titled “Spectre”. “S” is the mini 4-track EP taster that became publicly available last week through their official web site. For those who do not remember, “Spectre” is the follow-up to Laibach’s last studio album “Volk”, released back in 2006. The EP includes four tracks, three of which are new: “Eurovision”, “No History” and “Resistance is Futile” as well as a live version of Serge Gainsbourg’s …

The horror: PORTAL -CURTAIN-

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Hailing from Australia, PORTAL are on the edge of the contemporary extreme music scene. Their unorthodox, chaotic death metal will swallow and deconstruct you. From the lyrics written in their own cryptic language, to the terrifying, paradoxal artwork, the music is endorsed and supported by some of the darkest and most inspiring aesthetics. The video-clip for “Curtain”, out of their 2013’s offering for Profound Lore Records “Vexovoid”, presents the realm of their art under a concrete, horrific angle.