Nine Inch Nails’ Hesitation Marks creates an objective point for looking back with wiser eyes, showing that the way to a better life is to push through the past.
Throbbing Gristle’s dedication to nothing short of total war was not so much a declaration of war but a warning that endless war could become a state of being.
Experimentalist Yuko Araki highlights her vision’s first new element: the human voice, which was either absent or lost beneath the layers of havoc in the past.
On Venera’s self-titled debut, nu-metal royalty James ‘Munky’ Shaffer and renaissance man Chris Hunt make a compelling suite of industrial electronica.
Pivoting from cybergrind to New Age jazz within a song is nothing new for Fire-Toolz’s Angel Marcloid. What’s new is the fanbase she’s cultivating for her wild genre experiments.
Multiple musical histories come to bear on Avalanche Kaito, resulting in an Afrofuturist-tinged, cyberpunk-shaped fantasy well worth an immersive listen.
Instead of offering reassurance or solace, Hercules and Love Affair’s In Amber reflects our unsettling times with themes and lyrics that are challenging and worrying.
If you thought Danny Elfman’s Big Mess was crazy, wait until you hear ‘Bigger. Messier.’ featuring remixes from Squarepusher, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Trent Reznor, Iggy Pop, and more.
Trent Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails is better than ever and back in Europe to remind us of the mess we’re in and to give a much-needed cathartic release.
Kollaps’ latest single “I Believe in the Closed Fist” is an excruciating automaton, channeling the death, industrial dystopia through a cut-up narrative.
Above & Below take the industrial route with “Ghosts”, relishing the mechanical precision of the genre and its cold detachment.
Twenty-five years old today, David Bowie’s Earthling embodies multifaceted, sometimes contradictory currents of 1990s pop culture, including industrial metal and drum ‘n’ bass.