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  • Chamaeleon

Chamaeleon were formed by Alex and Nico in 2009. The band is of Russian/Greek origins now based in the UK and Cyprus.
In 2013 the band released their first album "Sick | perVerTed" with Artificial Sun Records.

In 2015 the band signed with Insane Records and released an EP called "Suppression" (See their raunchy video in the comments below, you'll recognise the tune straight away!) and their 2nd album "Evil Is Good" followed the same year.

In 2019 the band released and EP called "Fear" and is currently working on their 3rd album. The band has been included in dozens of compilations with exclusive tracks, covers, remixes or being remixed by other bands. Most notable compilations were 'Endzeit Bunkertracks act VII' and 'Endzeit Bunkertracks act VIII' as well as on various compilations of the "Terror Night" series. You can often find them on DJ Wintermute's Electro-Ebm amazing Youtube mixes.

Bandcamp: HERE   Facebook: HERE

Chamaelon's fist ever UK show!

Chamaeleon's fist ever UK show!


Industria-Ambient anchor
  • Beinaheleidenschaftsgegenstand (AKA Bein-E)


(Photos by OhShi! photography)
Bein-E are an ambient, industrial, noise three piece whose music speaks passionately and truthfully of heartbreak, friendship and change. Bein-E harnesses personal conflict and an unabashed tendency for brutally honest reflection to explore powerful emotional issues through dark and unsettling electronic soundscapes, often inviting comparisons to the likes of Coil.

Their singular and inimitable live shows combine rolling walls of noise interposed with stillness and delicate whispered vocals. Percussion both electronic and brutally physical combine with synths, noise boxes, mangled bass guitar and spoken word drive, ebb and flow for a truly memorable experience; for band and audience alike!

Beinaheleidenschaftsgegenstand, German Noun: The thing that is almost the thing you want… but not quite.

Bandcamp: HERE   Facebook: HERE




MORIS BLAK’s debut release The Irregularity of Being redefined the sound of dark electronics when it was unleashed on the dark club scene in 2019. The project’s unique blending of cold industrial soundscapes with the beat-driven precision of modern electronic dance music was delivered with a gut-punch of a stage performance, complete with self-programmed visuals sweeping the room in a vivid blood-red.


The project’s pioneering "industrial bass music" means massive, destructive sound undergirded by an addictive, grooving beat and brutal aggression that drives club-goers to the dance floor. Cultivated over formative years spent in industrial clubs across New England, MORIS BLAK, now based in Boston, MA, fuses influences from the bass-heavy EDM of the late 2000s with an ominous post-apocalyptic atmosphere.


Since the release of his debut EP Dead Summer, MORIS BLAK has gained a cult following from his collection of viral remixes and haunting live performances, sharing the stage with legendary artists including Perturbator, Danger, Das Ich, Leæther Strip, and Diary of Dreams. After signing to Negative Gain Productions, MORIS BLAK’s much-anticipated first release through the label further defined the hybrid sound of industrial bass music.







  • Muta-scuM


Muta-scuM origins lie somewhere back in 2006 amongst the debris of several terrible bits of poor-quality badly-produced rubbish varying from rhythmic filth to experimental droning. The project continued to mature and refine for several years until work and time commitments forced Adam Styles to leave the project on hiatus. Almost a decade after giving up on the project, life began returning to the husk...


Muta-scuM fuses noise, breaks, the occasional heavy synth line, and distorted samples into something between powernoise, breakcore, and techno that explores themes of religion, morality, and hope.

Bandcamp: HERE

Website: HERE

Facebook: HERE


Industril gothic
  • Z E I T G E I S T   Z E R O

Industrial goth fused with powerful vocals and gritty electronics

Zeitgeist Zero is an independent Leeds based band that has toured throughout the UK and Europe. Their sound is a combination of heavy guitars and industrial electronics and their unique music and dark style have received favourable press coverage, including BBC Radio 6, Sonic Seducer and Devolution. The band has built up a loyal following leading to festival appearances at Infest, Wave Gotik Treffen and Whitby Goth Weekend. The band has worked with top music producers such as Steve Whitfield (The Cure), John Fryer (NIN) and John Rivers (The Specials).


Their three albums and EP have met with international critical acclaim. ‘Dead To The World’ and ‘The Blackout’ were both voted “Album of the Month” by popular German music magazine Dark Spy. Their latest album Ghosts of Victory was mixed by legendary producer Steve Whitfield (The Cure). Zeitgeist Zero were recently invited to play alongside Peter Hook and The Light at Infest Festival’s 20th anniversary on their Best Of British night.



Industrial metal Anchor
  • Biomechanimal

'BIOMECHANIMAL /// LONDØN INDUSTRIAL KIDS /// Not taking your sh*t since 2013.. probably.'

Started in 2013, and self-releasing the self-titled debut album in 2015, Bio has been a staple of the underground London alternative and industrial scene for about 5 years.

If you have seen Grendel, Aesthetic Perfection, The Birthday Massacre, Covenant, Faderhead, or any of the industrial big hitters in London, Biomechanimal was probably on the bill at some point in time.


With an aggressive, physical live show, they have often been touted as ‘one to watch’ of the UK dark electronic scene.

After teasing new material for some time, the Biomechanimal of 2020 is the strongest the band has ever been. With frontman and producer Matthew Simpson leading the charge, supported by Keith Kamholz (Mechanical Vein) of electro-axe fame, and Lex Liebert on live guitars, the band has numerous releases planned to drop this year, starting with a single at the end of February.

Drawing from a diverse pool of genres, Biomechanimal’s eclectic sound is dangerously catchy, and by Granfalloon, you will be raising your fist with them too.

Bandcamp: HERE   Facebook: HERE

Elektro Vox Music Festival

Matt Hart is a industrial musician and DJ from London, UK. He cites early industrial as influences while incorporating modern production alongside edgy electronica and industrial metal.

One of the most active and talented members of the gothic community involved in multiple musical projects. Matt has supported some of the greats such as God Module, Grendel, and 3TEETH (DJ set). He was also a main stage act at Static Darkness Festival.
Having solidified his sound and style with the recent release of TERRA 3808, (Detailed review HERE) Matt continues to become an ever growing power house in the world of industrial music.


Facebook: HERE   Bandcamp: HERE

Elektro Vox Music Festival
  • Spawn of Psychosis

Spawn of Psychosis is a Thrash, Punk, Industrial, Metal band from East Sussex.

Mixing electronic drums and synth with heavy, thrashy guitars, aggressive bass and raw vocals. Since 2010 Spawn of Psychosis have released three albums and three EPs worth of material and have made their mark within the UK's Industrial/Metal music scene, delivering an energetic live experience with a powerful sound and tongue-in-cheek attitude.


Over the course of their career they have played alongside bands such as KMFDM, Hazel Und Gretyl, and Mortiis. 

After the release of the “Ano Diablo Vol:1” EP in 2017 the band went on hiatus due to the sudden departure of long term members.

However founding member SPAWN kept writing on and off until the Covid-19 lockdown in 2020 caused a creative spark which reinvigorated the band.


Spawn of Psychosis is currently working on a new album and evolving the bands sound.

Bandcamp: HERE

Facebook: HERE

  • The State

The State emerged from the varying musical and artistic interests of its founder, Andy Guy. Originally hailing from the USA, he moved his home base to England and set about on his diabolical experiment of industrial mayhem in a horrific soundscape punctuated by shards of metal into a dark and tortured alarm.


The sound of this 3 piece can best be described as a symbiosis of heavy driven guitar and electronics and voice dodging the punches of the martial rhythms that hold it all together. The goal has always been to provoke and encourage people to question the political and social reality of their world.


A background in art and music technology has led to all of the music and visuals being self-produced which consists of 2 albums, 4 EPs, 6 singles, and 8 music videos that have been released over the past few years. They are currently working on a slew of new music to be released throughout the next year.

Facebook: HERE

Instagram: HERE
Bandcamp: HERE  
Youtube: HERE

Power noise

Power noise
  • ESA (Electronic Substance Abuse)

ESA was born in 2002 in order to cross the threshold from one genre of extreme music to another. Engineer of this electronic inferno, Jamie Blacker, up until this point had been writing music semi-professionally for years in the UK Black / Death metal circle, touring and recording alongside some of the genres elite.

Having decided to experiment in dark electronics, ESA’s heavy, rhythmic style has since become rooted at the forefront of the harsh industrial / power electronics scene, predominantly owing to slews of powerful and engaging live shows all over the globe and 10 well received, critically acclaimed albums.

Taking influences initially from rhythmical noise acts, Blacker’s sound structures have developed and integrated countless influences from the broad spectrum of alternative and extreme music. The tone of ESA is harsh and oppressive, dripping with destructive and corroded grooves whilst still emanating deep melody and a strong sense of spirituality. ESA’s compositions are undoubtedly threatening and offensive floor stomping club tunes but also twist and churn enough to reward more attentive listening.

ESA is Electronic Substance Abuse!

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