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New Industrial that doesn't Suck
Old 4th August 2016
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New Industrial that doesn't Suck

I have read quite a bit of griping about there being no good new Industrial Music here and elsewhere.
So I perused SoundCloud and found plenty that doesn't suck - see my likes here (excuse the few off topic likes)
https://soundcloud.com/terrafaction-8/likes

And since I don't like everything I hear see my followings too (somewhat mishmashed though)
https://soundcloud.com/terrafaction-8/following

About 10 years ago I noticed that Mexico and other Latin american countries were producing bands in related genres in surprising quantity. Nowadays it seems as though those countries quality offerings are outnumbering Germany and Los Angeles for this type of music. Russia, Poland and Ukraine seem rather prolific these days as does France, Italy and Switzerland. Naturally Belgium still seems to be churning it out as much as it always has.
The US and Britain seem to be the largest purveyors of the Industrial that does suck. But there's plenty of good in them too.

What other not-sucky new Industrial is out there?
Lets find some more good Industrial.

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Awesome thread Hollowman9.
I would love to hear some good new sounds too.

I'm really enjoying what is called the Belgian New Beat style which is very F242, FLA type of EBM. Not sure if that is what you are looking for though...

I hear this fellow called Trent Reznor is doing some cool stuff lately!!!
Sorry man. just messing with you.
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Maybe that Silent Servant stuff that's all the rage .... I think it's OK ... Just OK.
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Awesome thread Hollowman9.
I would love to hear some good new sounds too.

I'm really enjoying what is called the Belgian New Beat style which is very F242, FLA type of EBM. Not sure if that is what you are looking for though...

I hear this fellow called Trent Reznor is doing some cool stuff lately!!!
Sorry man. just messing with you.
trent who?
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British Murder Boys. Genre conquered. Nothing to add, no further to go. No, really.
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British Murder Boys. Genre conquered. Nothing to add, no further to go. No, really.
Yes !
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trent who?
AHAHAHAHAHAHAAH
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British Murder Boys. Genre conquered. Nothing to add, no further to go. No, really.
Note: keyword = new

Nice choice though
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I'm a big fan of Scientific Dreamz of U, who takes a lot of inspiration from New Beat and Wax Trax! era music. And he seems to have a sense of humor too; I like industrial, but there is a lot of cringey edgelord "crawling in my skin" elements that would be best avoided.

The Bay Area's very own Inhalt is wonderful too, and I believe Matia posts on here from time to time.
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Dead when I found her.
Brilliant older school style in the vein of Skinny Puppy.


Blush Response.
More hard ebm techno industrial. Instrumental.
Modular based mostly.
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Orphx, geistform and ancient methods in the industrial techno style.
Synapscape, iszoloscope in more of a noise beat sound.
This morn'omina have a super cool mix of ambiant PSU trance and darker industrial sound.
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I've been pretty impressed with Youth Code.

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Blush Response.
More hard ebm techno industrial. Instrumental.
Modular based mostly.
I'm not sure about it being EBM, but I do like this.
Old 5th August 2016
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Ant-Zen and all their distro members are the right choice for searching modern experimental stuff.
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Old 7th August 2016
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bookmarked for listening when possible
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A few things I'm particularly enjoying lately...


This one is getting messed up due to vulgar language filtering....
https://soundcloud.com/peterkopko/ko...-lynch-tribute



























































hey thanks HM, been doing BentWithLight for awhile now in a fairly wide range, but recently been inspired by Author And Punisher's live show (the Cd didnt do justice) and Controlled Bleeding.
impressed with whatever Mike Holloway, Daniel Myer and of course whatever Justin Broadrick cooks up too
apparently, David Tibet and Youth have a new project too and Tear Garden is back. Rapoon and Dead Voices On Air are busy as usual...
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hey thanks HM, been doing BentWithLight for awhile now in a fairly wide range, but recently been inspired by Author And Punisher's live show (the Cd didnt do justice) and Controlled Bleeding.
impressed with whatever Mike Holloway, Daniel Myer and of course whatever Justin Broadrick cooks up too
apparently, David Tibet and Youth have a new project too and Tear Garden is back. Rapoon and Dead Voices On Air are busy as usual...
I think when I 1st started following you a long time ago you were making some very heavy dark ambient type stuff and it was great work. This recent material really shines though, I can't get enough. wish it was downloadable

I'll look into the bands you mentioned. Have been a Controlled Bleeding fan since the late 80's and it is great to hear they are back to work again.

Keep up the great work and Thanks!
Old 8th August 2016
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Great thread! Lots of good listening here.
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Some other bands you could check out are Cyanotic, Youth Code (I think was mentioned), and Die Sektor. Fun to see live. Die Sektor is more new school, but really good. Cyanotic is Wax Trax type stuff. The weird thing is, seeing them live is completely different than listening to them on webz. They seem to use lots of guitar, but live it was only a singer, drummer (acoustic), and a synthesist on his modular. Sounded really cool and I couldn't even tell guitar was in their tracks live.

Another good one is Vampyre Anvil.
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Not really new at all, but I kind of feel not enough people in the industrial sector really know of Jordan Reyne. She swings between gothic folk and more industrial sounds sometimes. Apparently sings on the new Resident Evil trailer as well.

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cool thread, thanks for turning me onto British Murder Boys and Blush Response.. good stuff. will check out more of the stuff listed.
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(by which I mean that they found a way to create their own original path, though being influenced by a band so striking it can be a crushing and unsurpassable model)
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