Thursday, 17 January 2013

The Weekly Compendium 18/01/2013

Another week and a few more bugs that needed working out, but nothing your brave editor couldn't overcome in order to bring you a big and very in-depth interview with industrial madman Matt Fanale, as he goes into the inspirations behind the new Caustic album 'The Man Who Couldn't Stop'.

We also brought you news on the forthcoming releases from KatzKab, Dperd, Degeneración Debraye, Nohycit, New Zero God and Black Tape For A Blue Girl. While we reviewed the stunning new album from Android Lust, as well as releases from Endless Shame, Plastic Noose, and Eschaton Hive.

On the social media side of things we were happy to hear that Dark-Cide-Fest will be featuring not only the indomitable Gothminister, but also the one-night-only return of industrial rockers Squid. We also heard some new noises from NFD, tour dates from KMFDM and the brand new music video from Rome.

Don't forget our competition is STILL running until the end of the month. Also if you're interested in writing for us, drop us a line!
Now we're going to head off to the pub to plot and plan for next week before the ale freezes over, so for now here's a free download from the good people at Uberbyte...

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