Poptone performs live. (Photo courtesy Shameless Promotion PR)
Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins, famous for their stints in Bauhaus, Tones on Tail, and Love in Rockets, came together again to form Poptone in 2017, recruiting Kevin’s daughter Diva Dompé to perform as a trio. With a self-titled debut album released only days ago, Poptone will perform a set drawing largely on the songs of Tones on Tail and Love and Rockets at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Sunday, July 1.
Chelsea Wolfe performs at Rams Head Live on April 23, 2018. (Photo by Jason Nicholson)
Goth songstress Chelsea Wolfe played Rams Head Live to open Ministry on Monday, and Jason Nicholson shot the show.
Ronny Moorings fronts Clan of Xymox at Saint Vitus Bar in New York City on March 26, 2018. (Photo by Paivi)
Dutch goths Clan of Xymox danced their way through a brief US tour that included two sold-out stops in New York City. The quartet — consisting of founder Ronny Moorings along with Mojca Zugna, Mario Usai, and Sean Göbel — closed their tour at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn on March 26, and Paivi was there to shoot the show!
HIM perform at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Nov. 9, 2017. (Photo by Paivi)
Self-proclaimed Finnish “love metal” band HIM are on a farewell tour, and vocalist Ville Valo and company performed at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Thursday. Paivi captured the show in pictures.
Vampyre Anvil perform at the State Theatre on Nov. 7, 2017. (Photo by Paivi)
Vampyre Anvil, consisting of Jason Novak and Sean Payne, dropped by the State Theatre on Nov. 7 to perform with Cubanate and Front Line Assembly. (Read our interview with Cubanate and see concert pictures here.) Paivi captured the guys in action!
Cubanate perform at the State Theatre in Falls Church, Virginia, on Nov. 7, 2017. (Photo by Paivi)
British techno rockers Cubanate hit the State Theatre in Falls Church, Virginia, touring on a retrospective album titled Brutalism, recently released by Armalyte Records. Opening for Front Line Assembly (FLA), Marc Heal and Phil Barry performed songs including “Barbarossa,” “Body Burn,” and “Oxyacetylene.”
Prior to the show, Parklife DC caught up with Marc to ask him about the return of Cubanate and his observations on what’s happening on the industrial music scene today.
Cubanate (Photo courtesy Armalyte Records)
British techno rockers Cubanate recently released Brutalism, a new 14 song compilation lifted from their first three albums circa 1992-96, remastered by Armalyte Records. Cubanate are now on tour opening for Front Line Assembly, and they perform songs like “Oxyacetylene,” “Body Burn,” and “Joy” tonight, Nov. 7, at the State Theatre in Falls Church, Virginia.