The Industrial Forum

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by jatticus, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    I love industrial music. This thread is to talk about and/or recommend industrial music
    My faves are:
    Ministry, NIN, My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, Pigface, Skinny Puppy, and Death Spells (you should check death spells out).
     
  2. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Massive FLA fan
    And Bill and Rhys's projects.
    Nice recent pic of Wilhelm.
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  3. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Live, 1989
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  4. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Paul Barker going nuts with the 80's 'orchestra slam' :laugh:
    These guys had access to a Fairlight CMI
    Lead Into Gold-Idiot, 1988
     
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  5. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    I just got tickets to the joint ministry, kmfdm, and front line assembly show. Im so exited! I love all 3!
     
  6. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Nice!
    Thinking about hitting the Michigan show this spring. Should be pretty neat, quite a contrast between all three!
     
  7. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    My industrial vinyl collection is kinda small tho... I only have a few and even fewer originals. The only og pressings are MLWTTKK I see good spirits, And a Jesus Built my Hotrod 12-inch single.
     
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  8. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Nice find on the TKK, rare as hens teeth!
    Old vinyl, a bunch of Ministry 12's-FLA, Corrosion EP, just because The Wrack Part III Wisdom never got on a cd release.
    Can't go wrong format wise with old Wax Trax! stuff, Excellent mastering/recording all the way around. :)
     
  9. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    The TTK was a gift from my boss (I work at a record store). We love the same music, so he knows what to get me! I got him a copy of lizzo coconut oil (He loves Lizzo)
     
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  10. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    He also gave me a couple post punk records (Love&Rockets Self titled, Bauhaus 1979-1983)
     
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  11. Linton S. Dawson

    Linton S. Dawson Lovely sort of deviant

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    I listened to KMFDM's "MDFMK (self-titled) today.
     
  12. ghoulsurgery

    ghoulsurgery House Ghost

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    Youth Code has done some pretty sweet newer industrial records
     
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  13. Soopernaut

    Soopernaut Forum Resident

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    It's referred to as Industrial Metal, but might not be quite in line with the other bands in this thread.
    Bloodstar- "Bloodstar" from the album Bloodstar (1988)... Their 2nd (and last) album, Anytime - Anywhere, was a little more Industrial sounding than this.
     
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  14. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    Is swans industrial? I have heard people refer to them that way, but I don't completely agree with that label being placed on them
     
  15. Linton S. Dawson

    Linton S. Dawson Lovely sort of deviant

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    Ripped an "oldie" into flacs today, Terminal Choice's "In the Shadow of Death" :D
    Also FLA's "Prophecy" EP.

     
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  16. Gez

    Gez Forum Resident

    I was inspired by this thread to pull out a couple of old Subconscious compilations - Paradigm Shift and Wild Planet. They both feature (sometimes hard to find) stuff from Puppy, Download, Dead Voices on Air, Tear Garden, Doubting Thomas, etc. Great stuff.
     
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  17. Veech

    Veech Space In Sounds

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    I was on a Korn kick a few years back. I especially liked their album The Path of Totality where they partnered with some of the leading dubstep and electronic music producers at the time including Skrillex, Excision, Datsik, Noisia, Kill the Noise, and 12th Planet. They released an instrumental version of the album which I think is fantastic.

    I'm not sure if this counts as industrial or if it's nu-metal + dubstep. It sure sounds industrial to me. Here's one of my favorite tracks from the instrumental version of the album:

     
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  18. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Pretty cool. Who knows, like every other genre there's tons of variants...
    Kinda why I try to stay away from labeling something.
     
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  19. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Girls Under Glass put out a new tune a couple years ago, was hoping for an album.
     
  20. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    Project Pitchfork
    Put out some good stuff over the years.
    This is from the 1999 single I Live Your Dream
    Sin
     
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  21. c-eling

    c-eling They're made of light,We never would have guessed

    10 minutes of Industrial Love
    This is the 'Subherb Mix by Controlled Fusion', 1999
    In Strict Confidence
     
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  22. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    Korn is nu-metal, but the good kind. They also have a little bit of crossover fanbase with certain industrial bands. They also sound like they could have taken some influence from industrial bands (Ministry comes to mind), and created a whole new genre with it (just like so many other bands have done throughout history), influencing many others. I would like to point out how industrial and nu-metal are both types of "alternative metal".

    Good video to be a companion to this is
    WHAT KILLED 90s ALT-METAL? - Danzig, Primus, White Zombie, Rollins Band
     
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  23. Linton S. Dawson

    Linton S. Dawson Lovely sort of deviant

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    May I assume you've heard of :Wumpscut:?



    Their logo is the Weyland-Yutani Corp. logo from the Alien franchise, beloved of many makers of industrial music like Bill Leeb :)
     
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  24. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo Thread Starter

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    I havn't so... Thanks!
     
  25. lord retsudo

    lord retsudo Active Member

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    This is my favourite genre of music too, ever since I was given a cassette in 1990 with Ministry's Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste on the B side (I had actually borrowed it to listen to J&MC's Psychocandy!) I can still remember listening to it for the first time, hearing the drill in 'Thieves' and then the brilliance of 'So What?' I had never heard anything like it!

    I like all the bands mentioned above, though Ministry's early albums are probably still my favourite. I still listen a lot to KMFDM, Thrill Kill Kult, Godflesh, Wumpscut, early NIN, Pig (love Raymond Watts)… I don't know if it's really 'industrial' but Leaetherstrip is another long-term favourite of mine - 'Solitary Confinement' for sure has industrial elements in it and the other early LS albums would be appreciated by anyone who enjoys industrial music IMO.
     
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