Debut of Black Signals, a live recorded mix of minimal techno, glitch, drum & bass, synthwave, and more. Featuring Zola Jesus, Zomby, oOoOO, Ben Frost, Adam Singer, Vatican Shadow, Youth Code, Cross My Heart Hope To Die & more.
M.D. Roche presents another personal selection of various Metal tracks, featuring:
Rabbit Junk, Ghost, Raunchy, In Flames, Godflesh, Chemlab, Pitchshifter, Burzum, Mayhem, Carnivore, Hatebreed, Korn, and Bile.
M.D. Roche invades the show with an assortment of Metal, featuring:
PIG, Acumen Nation, Deftones, Fear Factory, Soilwork, Hanzel Und Gretyl, Melvins, Genghis Tron, Coal Chamber, Spineshank, The Named, Ministry, Dimmu Borgir, and Emperor.
This week we've got a live mix of death industrial, noise, and power electronics featuring Longpig, Gnawed, Pine Tree State Mind Control, Offerbeest (side project of Gnaw Their Tongues), Crowhurst, Concrete Mascara, Steel Hook Prostheses, Black Earth, GRVD, and more. Full playlist will be available at invisible-war.net and at the DJ Anarch on Mixcloud.
ANNIHILVS proudly presents the debut full-length by LONGPIG, a brutal collaborative effort featuring CYST, LVMMVX, and THE VOMIT ARSONIST. Suppressive, pulverising, and terrifying, SHRINE OF THE LONGPIG heralds impending armageddon in a clamourous series of joylessly discordant anthems.
We have another randomizer episode for you this week. DJ Lyra discovered a couple of underground artists she wanted to spotlight and thought another randomizer was in order. The two underground artists featured are Autopsie d'Une Ombre - a coldwave artist based out of France - and PROGRAMYST - an instrumental EBM artist. Links to their work can be found below. This episode also features some great tunes by the likes of [X]-Rx, God Module, Phosgore, Krsytal System, Alien Vampires, and Psyclon 9.
Autopsie d'Une Ombre: https://autopsieduneombre.bandcamp.com/releases
On this episode, DJ Lyra is doing another theme: Dark. She focuses on four artists and pulls some of their darkest material. Lyra explains on the podcast that she has always enjoyed songs in a minor tonality, and that is where we're going with this show; she finds beauty in the sadness of the songs. Don't worry, however, as she makes use of her remix deck to keep the beat going. The background music for this episode was written, recorded, and produced by Lyra and is titled "Sophismata". She would love to hear feedback on the episode and the background music.
Note regarding this episode's video: DJ Lyra is having technical issues with her cameras. Running three cameras simultaneously and loading up her remix deck in her DJ software is causing pops and clicks in the music because so much memory is being used. The same thing happens even without the remix deck. So, rather than sacrifice the quality of the music, the video for this episode is just the DJ console and DJ Lyra speaking during the break. She apologizes for this and is still looking for a solution.
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