Tonight we dine in HELL…with two hours of mingled tunes that will make your BOOTY bounce and your EARS bleed! DJ Electroslut curates blocks of mind blowing music including new Kant Kino, Controlled Collapse and Dark Control Operation – Faithless mixed with Robtiko Rejekto, de_tot_coR, God Module, Panic Lift, Grausame Toechter, Prometheus Burning and much more!!! Say your prayers and fasten your seat belts….it’s Heavy Rotation # 7!
5arah takes you from mellow to aggro within Altered Beats Radio #68. This week you can check out tracks from Project Pitchfork, Diorama, Alter Der Ruine, Zola Jesus & more!
Various Artists â€“ Electronic Saviors Volume II Recurrence
Release Date: May 8, 2012
Label: Metropolis Records
Review by: DeVico
Jim Semonik is back with the second compilation installment of Electronic Saviors and this time, the ceiling has been lifted to become an even huger and massive compilation. With proceeds going to at least two charities: Gilda’s Club/Cancer Support Community and The Bone Marrow Foundation you get the chance to help others and build your music library. ES Volume 1 was a sold out product on Metropolis Records and with good fortune, I am hoping they have the same scenario with ES Volume 2. The premium edition of ES 2 comes with six CD’s and two digital discs. This compilation clocks at 142 tracks with over 10 hours of play. Seriously, this is a juggernaut of music. (more…)
Digital Glitch #43
Hey you wild and crazy people! It is Friday again, so it is time for Digital Glitch! DJ GlitchMode blasts out episode #43 this week and continues playing new tracks from the Electronic Saviors Vol 2! This week get ready for some great tracks from Angels on Acid, Alter Der Ruine, Emilie Autumn, Espermachine, God Destruction and so much more! This entire set was built with music that has come out either this entire month or the end of last month. So everything, and I mean everything in this set is BRAND NEW! So download this set and prepare yourself for a amazing pounding of beats to your head like a sledge hammer! Just to get your interest a little bit more, also in this episode BRAND NEW Dawn of Ashes! Take a listen to this set and see what the new DOA will sound like! The uncontrollable need to dance added with lots of possible alcohol consumption and a small need to shake your ass is most assuredly likely toÂ happen while listening! GET IT NOW!
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Back in October of last year, Distorted Memory released their NoiTekk-exclusive, double album Archive (1999-2003) / Hand of God (Remixes). Emanating from the Canadian city of Winnipeg and the mind of Jeremy Pillipow, Distorted Memory gives their out-of-print EP Left Alone to Die and some older unreleased tracks a new chance at life, while also providing a vast collection of remixes of the 2011 song â€œHand of Godâ€. (more…)
So what is this fundraiser all about? Well, we have shot all our live footage with the same $200 camera for the last five years and now that camera is starting to fail. This presents the perfect opportunity to upgrade to hi def for more awesome videos and the camera I have found? Holy shit is it perfect for live footage.
In addition to that, US Airways busted the main lens I shoot live photography with when we went to Cyber Genetic Winter Fest so that needs to be replaced as well. So that, in a nutshell is what we are trying to accomplish here. Take a look at the incentives and be ready because it goes live at 10am MST March 14th, 2012.
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Distorted Memory performing “Hand of God” live at The Korova in San Antonio, TX on December 2nd, 2011.
Are you ready for the alphabet to continue? Because Digital Glitch #27 continues where it left off last week with the best of 2011 albums A to Z! We are continuing with D and only getting to I this time through, with bands like Dismantled, Eisbrecher, I Love Club Sluts, Haujobb and more. Listen in as I have a small bit on the SOPA and PIPA act. If you have not been paying attention or not even aware yet, Kinetik 5 is in the motions and the lineup is good to go! I announce the whole line up for the May 17 â€“ 20 festival. So along with typical antics and crazy comments that I never know where they seem to come from, be ready for a great show that keeps going down the alphabet! Also listen to this one and find out what is NOT good to mix with Jack Daniels. Digital Glitch #27, here it comes!
Distorted Memory performing “Swallowing the Sun” live at The Korova in San Antonio, TX on December 2nd, 2011.
Jeremy Pillipow from Distorted Memory I have to preface this by saying that I am a music fiend. The amount of time I spend, almost daily, searching for new music borders on obsessive and possibly makes my sanity and life priorities questionable. Needless to say narrowing down my picks for this list to just two albums was next to impossible. I could easily write about ten albums released this year that had a massive impact on me, but alas the two that really made 2011 a great year for me. (more…)
Christina Cubel – Awesome Hostess of COMA Music Magazineâ€™s Oontzcast and occasional Reviewer
I started at COMA Music Magazine in January of 2011 with The Oontzcast and my life has never been the same. I am so thankful to be apart of something that gives back to the industrial community. Since I started the beginning of the year I have a whole year of awesome to write about (I hate writing, that is why I podcast). I will tell you some highlights relating to COMA starting with the album I listened to the most in 2011. (more…)
Interview with Distorted Memory (part two). Interview written and conducted by Alex King. Recorded December 2nd, 2011 at The Korova in San Antonio, TX.
Part One in case you missed it.
Interview with Distorted Memory (part one). Interview written and conducted by Alex King. Recorded December 2nd, 2011 at The Korova in San Antonio, TX.
Artist: Distorted Memory
Song:Â Seven Voices of Hate (Live)
Cyber Genetic Winter Festival – Day One
December 2, 2011
San Antonio, Texas, U.S. @ Korova
Review by: Christina Cubel
On a cold rainy afternoon Master Commander J, Alex from BlakOPz, and I arrived in San Antonio, TX for the first day of the Cyber Genetic Winter Festival. Each of us had been preparing for this festival for weeks, getting interview questions in order, cameras ready, and we even did a special Oontzcast dedicated to all the artists performing at the festival. When the plane landed in San Antonio we turned on our cell phones only to discover a text from William, COMAâ€™s editor. The text stated â€œDetroit Diesel was refused entry into the U.S.A.â€ We were all upset but I was livid because I purposefully did not go to the I Love Industrial show in Philly to see them play in Texas. Before we even left Phoenix, Inertia and No Longer Human ended up canceling for reasons unknown to me. To make matters worse, we got to our room at the Crown Plaza and found out the lens to one of the cameras was broken thanks to US Airways and probably because the baggage handler argued with Alex at the gate. Anyway things do get a lot better, I promise. (more…)
Digital Glitch #23
Aired: November 29, 2011
Time for Episode 23! Put away the turkey leftovers and crank up the speakers because it is time to make some noise and piss off those in the surrounding area. You have to listen in and hear how I have a small Twilight rant on the new movie. Hear about the upcoming Cyber Genetic Winter Festival! I crack open and let you hear some BRAND new Phosgore, Fabikc, UCNX and Skold! Definitely a great mess of music to get you started for those last couple weeks of sadomasochist Christmas shopping! So get yourself a cup of “special” eggnog and get moving with Digital Glitch #23!
Get ready for a special episode of the Oontzcast, it is all about The Cyber Genetic Winter Festival in San Antonio, TX on December 2 & 3. J and Christina are joined by Alex from BlakOPz to discuss the TEXAS FACE RAPE MASSACRE!!!! The three are headed to Texas to interview Detroit Diesel, Distorted Memory, Sin DNA, Inertia, Manufactura, Bind Torture Kill, Souless Affection, and MORE!!!
Digital Glitch #22
Aired: November 22, 2011
Hell Yeah back on the mic with Episode 22! I wonder if I should look at the fact that episode 22 was on day 22? No matter! This music is sure to make you butt dance in your chair! New tracks from Ivardensphere, XP8 and FGFC820. This Tuesday was also the birthday for Matt from Caustic! So there is a nice 5 track tribute to him in the middle of my set here! So download this set and have it ready for you to keep yourself awake after all that turkey. Or better yet throw this set in your MP3 player and go wreck the malls with Black Friday Destruction and Noise! For whatever use you come up with, enjoy and play it loud!
Digital Glitch #21
Aired: November 8th, 2011
Alright guys! I have looked back at my past sets and I see you responded to the one where I dug back into my collection a little deeper. So I once again dove head first into my collection and came out with some tracks as far back as 2001! Along with the tunes from the past I have some new music from Ivardensphere, Aesthetic Perfection and Distorted Memory. And then if that that was not enough I finally got my hands on the Das Bunker (Choice of a New Generation) 80′s cover album. Assemblage 23, Northborne and God Module doing some awesome covers of 80′s tunes. So crank up your stereo and do not get too comfortable, because you are going to want lots of arm room for this music to enter your body!
Christina and Tiffany are back for another week. Discussion topics include the Hex RX show they recently attended and *gasp* hot guys!
As far as the music goes, we have new tracks from Haujobb and Distorted Memory so check it, yo.
Distorted Memory â€“ Swallowing the Sun
Release Date: March 25, 2011
Review by: Michael Faries
Canadian Harsh-EBM project, Distorted Memory, is back with a sophomore release entitled Swallowing the Sun. Moving ever so slightly away from the sometimes hardline Dark Electro genre on this album, mastermind Jeremy Pillipow intriguingly mixes in loads of World music, making-at times- for an other-worldly sound.Â Another addition to Distorted Memory on this album is actually a substitution: the heavily processed vocals of their debut, 2006′s Burning Heaven, are replaced with lightly processed Black Metal screams.Â While it may be good or bad-depending on your tastes-that the vocals sound more like a human than a computer, definitely works well for this album, considering all the non-computer-based sounds involved.Â But don’t let the terms ‘World music’ or ‘Black Metal screams’ turn you off, because neither of those aspects are abused or overused. (more…)