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BrutalistMcDonalds
Oct 4, 2012

Two all-concrete blocks, fortress-like, bricks, steel, stone, glass on an exposed foundation.



Lipstick Apathy

La MiniTK del Miedo also covered this song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKDPAHuTgXU

Like this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xh_Sg-lvvg

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teethgrinder
Oct 9, 2002



Soiled Meat

Speaking of which, Hocico cancelled their Toronto show

Government seems to have done something to gently caress up visas apparently. Rough year for concerts here.

edit: lol didn't realise local friend was complaining from LA .. rest is still true though.

teethgrinder fucked around with this message at May 5, 2018 around 13:39

Danger - Octopus!
Apr 20, 2008



Pillbug

BrutalistMcDonalds posted:

Oh hell yeah. There's interesting music happening in Latin America.

From Argentina:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjrBWNPd1A4

I like this group from Colombia that mixes cumbia with industrial. Some of the sounds reminds me of Doubting Thomas:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0prOQpFI6M

I'm familiar with both of these but certainly don't object to listening to them again!

Las Sucias seem to also be awesome but intensely weird too
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDlTgY5n5_c

Biomute
Jun 7, 2005


Danger - Octopus! posted:

Here's some awesome Mexican EBM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd2RvhVgigg

I'll be honest, I don't think I've ever heard old school EBM in Spanish before but I am extremely ok with it.

Edit: I am now discovering there appears to be a pretty solid EBM scene in Mexico and it is a refreshing change from shaven headed singers growling in English or German.

Yeah, it does not surprise me. Whenever I check the about page of industrial/ebm bands Mexico City is always at the top of the "Where people listen" list. Seems to be a huge scene down there.

13Pandora13
Nov 5, 2008


We are legion.

Yeah Industrial is huge in Central and South America

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UCO9egps4s#t=105s Like you couldn't do that in the US, your friend's family would throw your the gently caress out instead of being like "yes, my son's friends and dancing were so important to him." It's simultaneously ultracringe and endearing.

And a lot of great music is coming from Mexico and other Latin American countries as well. Hocico, Los Macuanos, Amduscia, etc. etc.

Danger - Octopus!
Apr 20, 2008



Pillbug

13Pandora13 posted:

Yeah Industrial is huge in Central and South America

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UCO9egps4s#t=105s Like you couldn't do that in the US, your friend's family would throw your the gently caress out instead of being like "yes, my son's friends and dancing were so important to him." It's simultaneously ultracringe and endearing.

And a lot of great music is coming from Mexico and other Latin American countries as well. Hocico, Los Macuanos, Amduscia, etc. etc.

It was super weird when I saw people on the scene dancing like they were in "industrial dance" videos and realised that's where they'd picked up their moves from.

I knew about Amduscia and Hocico but didn't realise there was this whole big thing along with them! But I am super glad there is this big chunk of music I'm unfamiliar with, it makes the whole thing seem more alive and awesome

deong
Jun 13, 2001

I'll see you in heck!


teethgrinder posted:

Speaking of which, Hocico cancelled their Toronto show

Government seems to have done something to gently caress up visas apparently. Rough year for concerts here.

edit: lol didn't realise local friend was complaining from LA .. rest is still true though.

Ya, a friend was going to open for them but it got postponed due to the US witholding their visas.

Konstruct
Jul 22, 2007

I'm Going To Spread Saikyo All Over The World!!


I just wanted to share a live video from one of my shows last year opening for Architect.
The venue is an amazing punk club in our town. Audio isn't live.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UTE_5-J_Z8

Prop Wash
Jun 12, 2010


Haujobb recently released a live album, named "Alive," which is great because Haujobb puts on a fantastic live show that is quite different from their recorded stuff. Or maybe it's just that Daniel Myer yells "HEY" a whole lot more often live. Worth a listen at least. They did not credit "dude with the loud, obnoxious whistle" but he makes an appearance.

david_a
Apr 24, 2010


What are some stand out live industrial releases, anyway? I realized that I have somehow have four of them: NIN - And All That Could Have Been, Ministry - Sphinctour, Ministry - Necronomicon, and Skinny Puppy - Doomsday.

I think the Skinny Puppy release is by far my favorite. Not sure if it’s how it was recorded or the set list or what, but I find it very satisfying to listen to. The NIN release is probably my least favorite of them; it feels a bit sterile to me.

Photex
Apr 6, 2009



There is a few Laibach live recordings that are really good

Memnaelar
Feb 21, 2013


david_a posted:

What are some stand out live industrial releases, anyway? I realized that I have somehow have four of them: NIN - And All That Could Have Been, Ministry - Sphinctour, Ministry - Necronomicon, and Skinny Puppy - Doomsday.

I think the Skinny Puppy release is by far my favorite. Not sure if it’s how it was recorded or the set list or what, but I find it very satisfying to listen to. The NIN release is probably my least favorite of them; it feels a bit sterile to me.

I thought FLA's Live Wired was pretty excellent.

TOOT BOOT
May 25, 2010



Grimey Drawer

I don't like live albums most of the time. Most of the time the musicianship is nothing special and it's nothing like actually being there. As far as industrial live albums go I do really like Ain't It Dead Yet by Skinny Puppy though.

Danger - Octopus!
Apr 20, 2008



Pillbug

david_a posted:

What are some stand out live industrial releases, anyway? I realized that I have somehow have four of them: NIN - And All That Could Have Been, Ministry - Sphinctour, Ministry - Necronomicon, and Skinny Puppy - Doomsday.

Front 242's Moments is pretty awesome.

A human heart
Oct 10, 2012



A lot of early industrial live albums are good and important, like for example Heathen Earth or At the Crypt

hatelull
Oct 29, 2004



I think Ain't It Dead Yet? is slightly superior to Doomsday mainly because of the "classic" aspect. Also I think it has more cohesion. Bootlegged, Broke, and In Solvent Seas is also worth hearing if you are craving that live Puppy fix.

More in line with the Ministry live stuff, but the two official Pigface live releases (Atkins eventually released a slew of others) Welcome to Mexico rear end in a top hat and Truth Will Out are kind of fun. The latter has a bit more cohesion and some tape sample fuckery, plus Gen and non Lesley Rankine adding female vox. WtMA has the classic "Ministry backing band lineup" with Connelly and Ogre featured heavily. The punk rear end metal "TFWO" cover on WtMA is neat.

david_a
Apr 24, 2010


Oh hell I realized I have Truth Will Out also. I’m not sure I’ve ever “intentionally” bought any of these other than Necronomicon; they’ve just been things I’ve found in used record stores.

Baron Von Ghoulosh
Dec 16, 2005

I'm gonna eat your brains and gain your knowledge.

I've always adored Killing Joke's track Age of Greed from the Extremities, Dirt and Various Repressed Emotions album in '90. I first heard it on a industrial compilation that I picked up because it included Ministry, Godflesh, Die Krupps and few other notables. Makes me wish there was an album of the whole show out there somewhere.

Doctor Malaver
May 23, 2007
The day before that I was wed - she went upstairs and she cut her head away. I' amazed!

This is industrial visually more than musically but I'll share it anyway because It makes me feel like I'm on a way to a processing plant to be turned into soylent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsWH7kNWQOA

Whispering Machines
Dec 27, 2005

Monsters? They look like monsters to you?

Saw the KANGA/CMB/Blood of Others/SØLVE show last night! BoO and Solve were aight (I think I liked their music, but the live sets weren't really engaging), loved CMB, and KANGA was phenomenal. She's also super sweet and I'm glad I got to chat with her before and after the show.

Considering myself very lucky that in the past year I've seen 3TEETH x2, PIG, Ghostfeeder x2, IAMX, Grendel, and now KANGA. Now I need another show to go to, I HAVE NOTHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO

DasNeonLicht
Dec 25, 2005

"...and the light is on and burning brightly for the masses."

Fallen Rib

Guess who met Alice Glass last night

Hell of a show, by the way. I regret not being closer. Crowd was into it.

morally adept
May 10, 2017

See all I know is ball, and good, and rape.

Baron Von Ghoulosh posted:

I've always adored Killing Joke's track Age of Greed from the Extremities, Dirt and Various Repressed Emotions album in '90. I first heard it on a industrial compilation that I picked up because it included Ministry, Godflesh, Die Krupps and few other notables. Makes me wish there was an album of the whole show out there somewhere.

Strangely enough modern Killing Joke is angrier and heavier than ever, and actually pretty good.

morally adept
May 10, 2017

See all I know is ball, and good, and rape.

david_a posted:

What are some stand out live industrial releases, anyway? I realized that I have somehow have four of them: NIN - And All That Could Have Been, Ministry - Sphinctour, Ministry - Necronomicon, and Skinny Puppy - Doomsday.

I think the Skinny Puppy release is by far my favorite. Not sure if it’s how it was recorded or the set list or what, but I find it very satisfying to listen to. The NIN release is probably my least favorite of them; it feels a bit sterile to me.

Revco's You Goddamn Son of a Bitch Live is a gem. Not exactly industrial, but Big Black's Pigpile is also loving awesome.

morally adept fucked around with this message at May 14, 2018 around 00:49

13Pandora13
Nov 5, 2008


We are legion.

So...Psyclon Nine has a tour date in NYC in August. Did rehab finally take with Nero, or...?

TOOT BOOT
May 25, 2010



Grimey Drawer

Apparently the Sante Fe shooter listened to Perturbator

Hedenius
Aug 23, 2007


First track from Front Line Assembly's Warmech is out: https://frontlineassembly.bandcamp.com/album/warmech

Really digging it. And just realized that Warmech was the last album Jeremy Inkel worked on. I hope he's producing slick beats in the big Vancouver in the sky. RIP.

And in related news Rhys Fulber will be releasing an ablum under his own name. The track I've heard sounds pretty sweet: http://www.releasemagazine.net/rhys...th-body-techno/

Photex
Apr 6, 2009



TOOT BOOT posted:

Apparently the Sante Fe shooter listened to Perturbator

to be fair Dangerous Days is a pretty good album.

extradite THIS!
Mar 8, 2010





We're getting Gary fucken Numan in Finland in December

Danger - Octopus!
Apr 20, 2008



Pillbug

TOOT BOOT posted:

Apparently the Sante Fe shooter listened to Perturbator

There are enough school shootings in the US that I guess pretty much ever genre listened to by lonely guys will have a shooter who listens to it pretty shortly

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teethgrinder
Oct 9, 2002



Soiled Meat

The Columbine killers were infamously quoting KMFDM on their manifesto website.

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