It's been a quiet week here at at Intravenous Magazine no thanks in part to the interesting books I'm being sent to review. One of which was reviewed on the site this week. So if you fancy an academic take on the history of industrial music, check out our review of 'Assimilate...' by S. Alexander Reed.
On the site we've also had news stories from Alfa Matrix on their new download releases, as well as the word on Aesthetic Perfection's welcome return to the UK. Also in the album reviews department we've had a look at the new releases from Noblesse Oblige, Kirlian Camera and Counterfeit I.
In social media land we've seen that 'Red Mecca' by Cabaret Voltaire is getting re-released on vinyl and Wilko Johnson will be headlining the final night of DV8 festival. We've also seen new music previews from Cybercide and In Death It Ends, as well as a new music video from Society 1.
That's it. Hopefully the weather will be nice enough to mill about in the garden over the weekend while smoking a pipe and listening to next weeks reviews...