It’s Friday, therefore time for the usual amodelofcontrol.com round-up of new music coming your way this week and soon, as well as a look at the events and gigs in the future, and finally nods to any other notable news that affects artists and music that I cover here.
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/This Week/New Releases
One intriguing release this week is a new EP from a collective (or industrial supergroup, your call) by the name of The Joy Thieves, whose EP This Will Kill That is well worth a listen – more on this, and a few other releases I’m mentioning today, on /Tuesday Ten/374 next week. Also of particular note today is the new album from Heilung, Futha, which builds on their previous work but at points has a rather more laid-back feel. The epic closing track Hamrer Hippyer is the astounding highlight, though.
As we continue to wait for the fifth Dead When I Found Her album, Michael Holloway has a new IDM side-project under the name TV HWY. The album Starship Interiors is pretty good, too.
Catching up on a few albums released in the past week, too: The excellent new Syd.31 album Walk Amongst Rebels (reviewed on here recently on /But Listen/161), the intriguing and somewhat experimental noise-rock album Schlagenheim from black midi, and a sprawling new album from I Hate Models, L’Âge Des Métamorphoses.
/This Week/Upcoming Releases
I should have mentioned this before, but the excellent Interface return with album Where All Roads Lead on 09-August, and new single Outside Looking In is out today. Another US band with a new single out now is the up-and-coming Wingtips, whose new video is for Deaf Pursuit, with the album Exposure Therapy joining the already lengthy queue of albums released on 23-August.
Breakout Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men return at the end of July with their new album Fever Dream, their first in four years. New single Alligator is excellent, too.
While in surprising return news, Cold are back with a new single and album, while the new Korn single You’ll Never Find Me is surprisingly excellent (and album The Nothing follows on 13-Sep, the same date as the new Cold album The Things We Can’t Stop).
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/Upcoming/Club of the Week
28-Jun: Nightflight at Mick’s Garage, E1
28-Jun: ICH WILL at Nightclub Kolis, NW1
29-Jun: SPIRIT at Nightclub Kolis, NW1
06-Jul: Sentinel Vol. 9 at Zombie Shack, Manchester
06-Jul: Carpe Noctum: Vieon, Def Neon, and Room 1985 Live at The Library, Leeds
06-Jul: OCCULTURE at The Albany, W1
06-Jul: RevolutioN: Harshside II at Corporation, Sheffield
12-Jul: Dark Disco – Synth^Pop/New_Wave Special – AFOS after show party at Nightclub Kolis, NW1
13-Jul: REPTILE at Nightclub Kolis, NW1
03-Aug: Exit The Grey Presents: Hocico / Machinista Live at Electrowerkz, EC1
03-Aug: Mondlicht IX at The Albany, W1
07-Sep: Yesterday’s Shadow at The Albany, W1
20-Sep: Dark Disco – The Sisters of Mercy (After/pre-gig) Special! at Nightclub Kolis, NW1
27-Sep: Achtung! Achtung! back to school edition at Aces & Eights, NW5
01-Nov: Dead + Buried with Malefixio and The Creeping Terrors LIVE at Nightclub Kolis, NW1
/Upcoming/Gig of the Week
29-Jun: ACTORS + Empathy Test Live at O2 Academy Islington, N1
30-Jun: Gojira Live at O2 Academy Brixton, SW9
05-Jul: SYD.31, AlterRed, Jan Doyle Band & Down from Above Live at Fiddler’s Elbow, NW5
06-Jul: Ministry Live at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, W12
13-Jul: Axegrinder/ Burning Flag/ Scum System Kill Live at New Cross Inn, SE14
13-Jul: 1919, Then Comes Silence, Angelbomb, Azrael(ex Riot in Paradise) Live at Electrowerkz, EC1
20-Jul: Neurosis and Godflesh Live at The Forum, NW5
25-Jul: Uniform and Bad Breeding Live at Electrowerkz, EC1
27-Jul: B:C Manchester: Zeitgeist Zero, Autoclav1.1, Sidewalks & Skeletons Live at Aatma, Manchester
03-Aug: The Mirimar Disaster Live at The Hubs, Sheffield
14-Aug: Sulpher Live at Nightclub Kolis, N19
22-Aug: Light Asylum + Sink Ya Teeth w/ Secret Power Live at Corsica Studios, SE17
23-25-Aug: INFEST 2019 at University of Bradford, Bradford
25-Aug: She Wants Revenge Live at O2 Academy Islington, N1
05-Sep: Teeth of the Sea Live at Oslo, E8
13-Sep: Children on Stun / Rhombus Live at The Water Rats, WC1
14-Sep: SHIV-R Live at Electrowerkz, EC1
18-Sep: Drab Majesty and SRSQ at Dingwalls, NW1
20/21-Sep: The Sisters of Mercy Live at The Roundhouse, NW1
26-Sep: Static-X + supports Live at Electric Ballroom, NW1
27-Sep: Kill II This Live at Manchester Academy 3, Manchester
28-Sep: Kill II This and Divine Chaos Live at Boston Music Room, N19
03-Oct: HIDE / Kontravoid Live at Shacklewell Arms, E8
04-Oct: Strvngers w/ ded.pixel, St Lucifer + Anointed After Party Live at Aatma, Manchester
06-Oct: White Ring + Ventenner Live at the Borderline, WC2
17-Oct: Electric Wizard Live at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire W12
30-Oct: Agent Side Grinder Live at The Victoria, E8
02/03-Nov: Static Darkness Festival Live at Electrowerkz, EC1
09-Nov: BEAT:CANCER Festival 2.0 with Promenade Cinema Live at Electrowerkz, EC1
12-Nov: Boy Harsher Live at Scala, N1
20-Nov: TR/ST Live at Heaven, WC2
22-Nov: Die Krupps Live at The Garage, N5
23-Nov: Löwen Promotions Present: Promenade Cinema/Randolph & Mortimer Live at Gullivers NQ, Manchester
29-Nov: Tiger Army / Grave Pleasures Live at O2 Academy Islington, N1
/Other Music News
Notable news this week is the announcement that the Terminal Gods will soon be no more.
Look out for /transmission/014, /Tuesday Ten/374 and coverage of the ACTORS/Empathy Test tour as it reaches London this weekend.
/Tuesday Ten/373/Summer’s Kiss
Songs about the summer
/Transmission/013/the a-z of industrial/i/part two
Transmission – the amodelofcontrol.com podcast, returns at last
/Click Click/006/Statiqbloom/Spit Mask
Thoughts and photos from a sweaty club show in London last week.
/Tuesday Ten/372/I Ran
Songs about escaping
/But Listen/161/Syd.31 roar back
I consider the rampaging new album from Syd.31
/Tuesday Ten/371/Tracks of the Month/May 2019
The best tracks of the past month
/Talk Show Host/052/Ten Years of Analogue Trash
I talk to the Manchester label about their first ten years, and how the scene has changed
/Into the Pit/206/Katatonia
I reflect on the latest tour digging into their past in London
/Tuesday Ten/370/Being Boring
Songs about the mundane activities of adulthood