VIDEO: Bryan Black of Black Asteroid Discusses His “Infinite Darkness” – Electronic Music, and More


In this episode, Bryan Black a.k.a. Black Asteroid chatted with Keefy about his new album “Infinite Darkness” out now via Artoffact Records label! We went deep with him on his entire career, his work with Prince, and many others, leading him to this new release. We delved into his creative process, different approaches to recording and performing, writing for guest collaborators such as Ian Astbury of The Cult, and much more!Continue reading


EP REVIEW: Graywave – Dancing In The Dust


Starting out as a solo project for singer and multi-instrumentalist Jess Webberley, Graywave have released two previous EPs – Planetary Shift in 2021, followed swiftly by their first for Church Road Records, Rebirth in 2022. Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Einstürzende Neubauten – Rampen


Throughout their 44-year career, Einstürzende Neubauten has upheld a commitment to making musical art, with little interest in vapid radio hits. They continue this tradition with Rampen (Mute Records). As one of the first industrial bands, it could be easily argued that the genre owes more to these guys than Throbbing Gristle. Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Full Of Hell – Coagulated Bliss


Maryland’s Full of Hell are not fucking about. 6 studio albums, 5 collaboration albums, 9 EPs, 8 splits, and 4 live albums in 15 years, and with their latest album Coagulated Bliss (Closed Casket Activities), the band continues to demonstrate their refusal to stand still. Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: HEATH – Pixel Grip – King Yoseph – Sacred Skin Live at August Hall


San Francisco on a Tuesday. I decided to walk downtown since it was a nice night as I jammed out to help with my earbuds all the way there from West Soma. It was already a long line to get in but the staff there is always excellent and usher people in quickly. Continue reading


INTERVIEW: I Ya Toyah Breaks Down Her New EP “I Am The Fire” and Working with Industrial Metal Legends


Ghost Cult Keefy caught up with prolific Industrial Metal artist I Ya Toyah all about her new EP I Am The Fire – due out on April 5th, 2024 via her own label, Femme Fatal Records. Even though she has been making music and being a creative force since she was young, I Ya Toyah has been putting out of ton of original music over the last few years, guesting with the greats in her genre, and remixing many artists too. She discussed her history, her new EP, a frank discussion of mental health issues, working with Stabbing Westward members Walker Flakus and Christopher Hall, and her upcoming tour supporting Orgy and Cold this month!

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CONCERT REVIEW: Ministry – Gary Numan – Front Line Assembly Live at Terminal 5


How concerned are you that you missed one of the best tours of 2023? Ministry, Gary Numan, and Front Line Assembly took their spectacle on the road and blew away audiences everywhere they went. The three like-minded bands have become fast friends and the mutual respect they have for each other is evident in social media posts and comes out in stellar performances night after night. How do you top that kind of success? Do it again. Continue reading


I Ya Toyah Shares a New Single and Video “Dream Not To Dream” Remix ft Stabbing Westward’s Christopher Hall


Industrial Metal ingenue I Ya Toyah has released a new single “Dream Not To Dream (Remix)!” The darkwave-inspired new take features vocals by Stabbing Westward’s Christopher Hall; the track is also remixed by him, too. The remix and original track “Dream Not To Dream” are both taken from I Ya Toyah’s forthcoming EP, I Am The Fire, due out on April 5th via the artists own label Femme Fatale Records. The EP is produced with and mixed by Stabbing Westward’s Walter Flakus. To access the cover art for I Am The Fire please click here. To pre-order the EP, please click here. I Ya Toyah will head out on an extensive American tour around the release of I Am The Fire, as support for Orgy and Cold. The tour kicks off in April and runs through the end of May. Check out the track and tour dates below.Continue reading