Industrial pioneer has died at 70.
The Irish singer/songwriter’s second album is darker, more harrowing, and powerful.
The debut from the new collab between members of Pill, Eaters is a trip
The Chicago noise band hits a hard groove in the face of historical violence.
Hear the menacing new cassette from the trio, featuring members of Giant Squid, Squalus and MRC Riddims.
The Brooklyn band, comprising members of Pill and Eaters, discuss the non-traditional process of creating their industrial groove.
The sound of a struggle for survival against one’s own body.
Suzy Poling offers a glimpse into the future via abrasive industrial techno pulses.
The “Industrial Strength” tour launches in July.
Plus Birdbox score coming to vinyl.
It wasn’t just Nine Inch Nails moving industrial music to the mainstream in 1989.
Hear an early version of “Nag Nag Nag.”
En Esch, Randy Blythe, Bruce Lamont and more participating.
A two-track EP of pure violence.
Duo set to release new album this fall via Relapse.
The Canadian group prove themselves worthy carriers of synthpop’s earnest flame.
The new documentary on the label shows how it was a model for groundbreaking art, if not business.
The weirdest record ever to go triple platinum.
Nothing after Psalm 69 to be played on Wax Trax! Experience tour.
And industrial hellscape made all the more pop-friendly with a surprising accessibility.