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BrutalistMcDonalds
Oct 4, 2012

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



Lipstick Apathy

PIG album is out.

"Loud, Lawless & Lost" is totally him doing a version of Bowie's Fame. Owns.

A lot of it sounds Marilyn Manson-ish too. Probably because Tim Skold is on it. Very glam all around.

teethgrinder posted:

Why are you so broken
I can be won over.

BrutalistMcDonalds fucked around with this message at Jun 8, 2018 around 14:41

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Whispering Machines
Dec 27, 2005

Monsters? They look like monsters to you?

^This was my impression too! It's great. Love having some female vocals in the mix too.

Aaaaand... the show tomorrow night will be streaming here on the Armalyte youtube channel. Happening at 21:30 BST/4:30 EST

My CD arrived yesterday and it's beautiful- gold foil printing! Can't wait for the LP to arrive.

Entropist
Dec 1, 2007
I'm very stupid.


Hmmm, that Killing Joke tour is coming here too but they only announced one local support band. I hope this PIG thing is true!

Whispering Machines
Dec 27, 2005

Monsters? They look like monsters to you?

It's true (for US shows at least, not sure where you're located), he's posted about it on social media as well. These are the dates so far via Brutal Resonance. As far as I know PIG is joining KJ on every show (assuming KJ doesn't cancel, which a couple friends warned me they've done before), and there's a couple of shows where PIG is headlining. Wouldn't surprise me if an opener or local bands get added on as tour gets closer.

Raymond hinted more shows, possibly including Canada.

PIG TOUR DATES:
* = with KILLING JOKE
*Sat, Sept 1 - Seattle WA @ El Corazon
*Sun, Sept 2 - Portland OR @ Star Theater
*Tue, Sept 4 - San Francisco CA @ DNA Lounge
*Wed, Sept 5 – Los Angeles CA @ Regent Theater
*Fri, Sept 7 – Denver CO @ Oriental Theater
Sat, Sept 8 – Kansas City MO
*Sun, Sept 9 – Columbus OH @ Skully’s Music Diner
*Mon, Sept 10 – Baltimore MD @ Soundstage
*Tue, Sept 11 – Boston MA @ The Paradise
*Wed, Sept 12 – New York NY @ Irving Plaza
Thu, Sept 13 – Pittsburgh PA
Fri, Sept 14 – Detroit MI
Sat, Sept 15 – Huntington WV – V Club
Sun, Sept 16 – St Louis MO
*Mon, Sept 17 – Dallas TX @ Granada Theater
*Tue, Sept 18 – Austin TX @ The Mohawk
*Wed, Sept 19 – Houston TX @ Warehouse Live
Sun, Sept 23 - Philadelphia PA @ PhilaMOCA (Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art)
Sun, Sept 30 – Chicago IL @ Bottom Lounge

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BrutalistMcDonalds
Oct 4, 2012

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



Lipstick Apathy

Whispering Machines posted:

^This was my impression too! It's great. Love having some female vocals in the mix too.

Aaaaand... the show tomorrow night will be streaming here on the Armalyte youtube channel. Happening at 21:30 BST/4:30 EST

My CD arrived yesterday and it's beautiful- gold foil printing! Can't wait for the LP to arrive.
Listening again. Loud, Lawless and Lost is not just Fame, but Fame mixed with a gospel church choir.

Entropist
Dec 1, 2007
I'm very stupid.


Ah, I guess that explains it. I'm in Amsterdam. I'll have to wait and see I guess!

Hedenius
Aug 23, 2007


Just a general question for all you dorks: why isn't Pankow more of a household name in industrial circles? The were fairly active from 83-96 (and came back 2003) and Kunst und Wahnsinn alone should at least put them on the map. Yet I had never heard about them until I saw a review of And Shun The Cure They Most Desire in 2013. Is it just me or have they been unfairly overlooked?

And if you don't know what I'm on about just listen to this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0aLXiYhliI

Danger - Octopus!
Apr 20, 2008



Nap Ghost

Hedenius posted:

Just a general question for all you dorks: why isn't Pankow more of a household name in industrial circles? The were fairly active from 83-96 (and came back 2003) and Kunst und Wahnsinn alone should at least put them on the map. Yet I had never heard about them until I saw a review of And Shun The Cure They Most Desire in 2013. Is it just me or have they been unfairly overlooked?

And if you don't know what I'm on about just listen to this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0aLXiYhliI

I like Pankow, but even though they have their own distinct sound they seem to get lumped in with all the legion of anhalt EBM bands , and there are so many of those that they get lost in the crowd. Don't Follow is my favourite track of theirs - I love the rough droning in the background.

Completely unrelated, there's a dance show at the Edinburgh Fringe this August that is not only a dance adaptation of the JG Ballard novel Concrete Island, but it also uses music by Haus Arafna (among others) so I am extremely down with that.

extradite THIS!
Mar 8, 2010





Preordered the Laibach Revisited thing. I need to have all of it. Anyone else getting in on that action?

Also hot drat autumn is looking good in Finland. We're getting Mr. Numan, Einstürzende Neubauten, Godflesh and Author & Punisher (the latter two on the same day of a two-day club festival alongside Hällas, Amenra, Conan)... there's also Hocico which I might go see for the hell of it. Also Solitary Experiments - on the same day as A&P and Godflesh. It wasn't too difficult to choose when it came to those two shows, to be quite honest. I'm also considering FLA and Die Krupps in Stockholm in August as well as Project Pitchfork's tour in Germany in November. AND I'm going to Gothic Meets Klassik in October (with my mom!) for Joachim Witt and Diary of Dreams. Gon b good

DasNeonLicht
Dec 25, 2005

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

Fallen Rib

ADULT. is playing a free show in Detroit at The Skip, June 23. Anyone who has the chance should go!

hatelull
Oct 29, 2004



Looks like ogre is finally getting around to releasing that new ohGr record he's been sourcing for what seems like a year or more. I believe the album is dropping extremely soon and he announced a tour with Lead Into Gold.


Soo ... there's that.

Prop Wash
Jun 12, 2010


extradite THIS! posted:

Preordered the Laibach Revisited thing. I need to have all of it. Anyone else getting in on that action?

Also hot drat autumn is looking good in Finland. We're getting Mr. Numan, Einstürzende Neubauten, Godflesh and Author & Punisher (the latter two on the same day of a two-day club festival alongside Hällas, Amenra, Conan)... there's also Hocico which I might go see for the hell of it. Also Solitary Experiments - on the same day as A&P and Godflesh. It wasn't too difficult to choose when it came to those two shows, to be quite honest. I'm also considering FLA and Die Krupps in Stockholm in August as well as Project Pitchfork's tour in Germany in November. AND I'm going to Gothic Meets Klassik in October (with my mom!) for Joachim Witt and Diary of Dreams. Gon b good

I can't decide if I'm going to Project Pitchfork (and Faderhead!) in Nuremburg or Dusseldorf. Or maybe both! I'm also going to Amphi, mainly because it's close and easy to get to. The lineup isn't great this year but it'll still be a good time. I also totally forgot that Nine Inch Nails was doing a bunch of shows this year. It would have been fun to see them in Paris, but I imagine tickets dried up the second they went online.

Wizchine
Sep 17, 2007


hatelull posted:

Looks like ogre is finally getting around to releasing that new ohGr record he's been sourcing for what seems like a year or more. I believe the album is dropping extremely soon and he announced a tour with Lead Into Gold.


Soo ... there's that.

Lead Into Gold? Sweet.

Molestationary Store
May 21, 2007



Wizchine posted:

Lead Into Gold? Sweet.

Yeah, just tell me where and when for that.

TOOT BOOT
May 25, 2010



Grimey Drawer

Even the diehards at Litany were starting to get pissed about the Ogre album since it was crowdfunded.

hatelull
Oct 29, 2004



I haven't been on litany in a minute. Facebook gave that scene a pre-mature burial I thought, but I suppose there are a few live and kicking. Why are they irritated? It did take longer than expected, I believe. Original target date was something like October 2017, and here we are in June 2018 and just now getting digital copies.

Still, it's new material and a headlining tour. Why be so entitled Litany? You were better than this.

Solice Kirsk
Jun 1, 2004

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I really like the new ohGr album. It's a lot catchier than I was expecting. Reminds me of a mix of Welt and The Process.

hatelull
Oct 29, 2004



Yeah. I'm torn. Really wanted to wait until the vinyl showed up for a proper listen, but I caved and grabbed the .FLAC. So much fat synth. Walk did some good work on this one.

TOOT BOOT
May 25, 2010



Grimey Drawer

Tricks is up on Spotify and iTunes now.

LabyaMynora
Jun 18, 2000


Bought and downloaded the new Ohgr and I really like it a lot. I was very disappointed by Underdeveloped, so I'm glad that this one is so good. It's kind of a return to Welt/SunnyPsyOp in style, but definitely different and more modern sounding.

boo_radley
Dec 30, 2005

Politeness costs nothing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWuq-KQlaQ

Hedenius
Aug 23, 2007


LabyaMynora posted:

Bought and downloaded the new Ohgr and I really like it a lot. I was very disappointed by Underdeveloped, so I'm glad that this one is so good. It's kind of a return to Welt/SunnyPsyOp in style, but definitely different and more modern sounding.
Haven't had time to listen to all of it yet but I really like it. Ohgr has been very frustrating for me since I've loved their sound ever since Welt but the songwriting has always seemed pretty lackluster. I've only really liked a few tracks from each album. But so far Tricks sounds much better. I'm digging pretty much everything.

Biomute
Jun 7, 2005


It's faithful to the ohGr concept, which is disappointing as I just want more 80's Skinny Puppy.

LabyaMynora
Jun 18, 2000


Devil in My Details is my favorite Ohgr album. I feel like it's more like classic Skinny Puppy than any of the new-era Puppy albums. But everything other than Undeveloped is good.

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Jehde
Apr 20, 2010



I can't see it on Canadian Spotify yet. It'll probably show up tomorrow when they do the release playlists.

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