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The French industrial-goth metal group Porn released their third album, The Ogre Inside, in October. The third video from it, for the slow-burning and atmospheric 9-minute title track, now appears on the same day as an EP of remixes of the song by Aura Shred, Heartlay and An Erotic End Of Times, entitled Inside the Ogre Inside.      

Band leader Philippe Deschemin explains : “The video was shot in Los Angeles in October. It follows the duality pattern that was noticeable in our previous video for ‘You Will Be The Death Of Me’, with alternating shots of two people, a male and female. The male is trapped in a sort of prison or factory cell, a small and darkened room, and condemned to work on basic machinery in a laborious routine. In an adjoining cell is the female, doomed to the same fate. The factory cells represent their lack of communication and the machines represent the routine of a relationship. We wanted to create a metaphorical version of a doomed relationship, one without soul and feelings."     

Watch the video here:

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Awake in the night, the Danish duo AyOwA go searching their sub conscious to the haunting lyrics of Danish writer Mette Moestrup.  ‘Insomnia’ is the first single from their forthcoming EP ‘Farvel’, to be released in May 2018 on Copenhagen label Music For Dreams. Based on their trademark electronic approach, but this time with many acoustic elements, the duo goes exploring new sides of their nordic, dark, and moving electronic songs.

Watch the video to ‘Insomnia’ here:

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AyOwA - Insomnia

Japanese power trio Boris share a Goth-Trad reconstruction of ‘DEADSONG’, a track from their latest album release, Dear (Sargent House). Check it here:

Boris head out on the road on a co-headlining tour of Europe with Amenra next year, including a number of UK shows. Dates below.

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BORIS & AMENRA CO-HEADLINE TOUR DATES

14/02 – Bristol, Thekla, UK

15/02 – London, Heaven, UK

16/02 – Norwich, Arts Centre, UK

17/02 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms, UK

18/02 – Manchester, Gorilla, UK

19/02 – Glasgow, St. Lukes, UK

20/02 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK

21/02 – Lille, Aeronef, FR

22/02 – Oberhausen, Drucklufthaus, DE *No Boris on this show

23/02 – Dresden, Beatpol, DE

24/02 – Warsaw, Progresja, PL

25/02 – Prague, Palac Akropolis, CZ

26/02 – Budapest, A38, HU

27/02 – Ljubljana, Kino Siska, SL

28/02 – Bologna, Locomotiv, IT

01/03 – Rome, Monk, IT

02/03 – Milan, Santeria Social Club, IT

03/03 – Karlsruhe Jubez, DE

04/03 – Haarlem, Patronaat, NL

Having recently announced that their new album Anatomical Venus will be released early next year, Black Moth have shared the first single from the record in the form of the psychedelic video for ‘Moonbow’, directed by Ben Foley (Foley previously worked with BM on their spectacularly kinky ‘Looner’ clip, 2015).

Vocalist Harriet Hyde comments:

‘It is an ode and an offering to the moon herself, in the hope that she will shine her silver blessings on Mothic ventures to follow. Ben Foley’s directorial work with us has gone from Looner to Lunar. His deft creative touch on ‘Moonbow’ drags the viewer with us through a psychedelic neon dreamscape – an intoxicating experience of lunar worship’

While their first 2 albums were released by New Heavy Sounds, Black Moth will have their latest / third studio album issued worldwide via Candlelight Records on February 23rd 2018, the result of an alliance between Candlelight and NHS.

Produced by Andy Hawkins (Hawk Eyes, Maximo Park) with Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir) handling the mix, this 10-track affair sees the Leeds / London outfit – vocalist Harriet Hyde, guitarists Jim Swainston & Federica Gialanze’, bassist Dave Vachon and drummer Dom McCready –  further honing the various elements of their sound to make the hooks more barbed and the focus more collective.

Lead single ‘Moonbow’ provides the first taste of things to come, successfully combining wide-eyed wonder with true metallic weight, the whole thing supported by the aforementioned clip that delivers from the off in both intensity and colour. Watch the video here:

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8th November 2018

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Salvation Jayne’s latest offering, which follows the summer release of ‘Moves that Make the Record Skip’ which got our thumbs up, marks a substantial step both forwards and upwards.

With a nagging clean guitar in the verse and a thunderous overdrive propelling the riffy chorus, all underpinned by a chunky bass, ‘Juno’ is a savvy, sassy rock tune. Chess Smith’s in fine voice, and there’s a vintage post-punk twist in the execution of the song’s grunge dynamics.

And really, what more do you need to know? It’s got guts and is as catchy as hell, and in terms of achieving everything it’s intended to, it’s pretty much impossible to fault. Did I say Salvation Jayne are a band to watch for 2018? No? I did now.

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Salvation Jayne - Juno

French industrial-goth metal band Porn have just released their third album, The Ogre Inside, from which the song ‘You Will Be The Death Of Me’ is taken.

Porn leader Philippe Deschemin describes the song as being about "life, death and love and the fact that love is like humans – mortal. I am obsessed by death, which I see everywhere. Everything ends, everything dies. And sometimes, maybe always, being in a relationship means to kill the previous version of yourself. You change, and in a way you die, to be reborn as another you. The new video is a metaphor for death, a ‘mise à mort’, and I wanted to place the female protagonist in the dominant position."

Do people still use ‘NSFW’ these days? If so, this meets the criteria. If you’re not at work, or work in Westminster, you can watch the video here:

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A sort of 16 piece post-rock orchestra led by inspired Scottish composer Paul Russell of instrumental group Axes, Human Pyramids will be releasing their second album Home on 10th November supported by Creative Scotland.

Today they have shared a video for new single ‘Crackle Pop’. Directed by award-winning UK filmmaker John Lynch, the ‘Crackle Pop’ music video is an immersive 360-degree experience that pairs the explosive orchestral soundscapes of Paul Russell and the perceptual phenomenon of synesthesia.

The visuals that accompany the music were devised through interviews with people who experience visual and spatial reactions to sound and music, a form of synesthesia known as ‘chromesthesia’. The Synesthetes were played the individual instrument stems of the recorded track and asked to describe what they saw or experienced. The visuals were then created based on those descriptions and composited into a 360 degree world with the rest of the band and Paul conducting like some sort of musical wizard controlling it all.

The music video will also form a large part of a larger immersive 360 documentary about synesthesia that will be released at a future date.

You can watch the video here:

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Human Pyramids Press Shot - Tunnel