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Update 1: BONUS: If you submit 1-2 albums (must be between 11-20 songs max) for my detailed music review, I can also do a promotional interview inc. 3 original questions (via email). Both will be published on Fabryka Magazine and major social networks (Last.FM, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Blogger, Tumblr). Required music genres: metal, rock, guitar driven industrial, dark ambient. More info about this bonus. Example interviews: click.

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CD Baby - new recommendations - November 2014
New additions to Fabryka recommended albums available on CD Baby. Click here.

Terminatryx - Shadow (2014)
Blue Eyed Christ - A Rush And A Thrill (2014)
Eric Recourt (DB9D9) - Any Other Day (2014)
Clawerfield - Engines Of Creation (2014)
Viral Millennium - Vomitosis (2014)
Phenagen - Whatever Happens (2014)
Kingdoom - Stand-Up Chameleon (2014)

DB9D9's Eric Recourt released a new video single
Here's an official video for the single 'Any Other Day' by Eric Recourt, best known for his DB9D9 industrial rock project. Eric's solo EP with 5 brand new tracks is available on CDBaby. Click Extended News to launch a video player.

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I've published a few mini reviews of songs and albums, read them here. Submit your music (metal, rock, guitar driven industrial, dark ambient) for a mini review here.
dreDDup - I Dreamt Of A Dragon new album feat. Borghesia
Serbian industrial rock/experimental band dreDDup has just released their sixth studio album entitled I Dreamt of A Dragon with 13 brand new songs. There are guest appearances on the album, such as Dario Seraval from an iconic Slovenian industrial band Borghesia (vocals in 'Etika'). This album presents more electronic/synth/industrial approach of dreDDup compared to their previews releases. Click Extended News to listen to 'Etika' track.
Seven Factor - new album and EP
The Suicide Diaries album was supposed to be released entirely by Human Factors Lab, however its founder Seven had decided to put the band on hiatus in May 2014 when a few segments of the album were published as HFL's music. Instead, he's established a solo project called Seven Factor and this release will be put out under the name of the new project. The Suicide Diaries was produced by Chris Vrenna (Tweaker) with guest vocals by Nero Bellum (Psyclon Nine) and Toni Darling.
Seven Factor is in the process of mixing their LUX debut EP. It will be also produced by Chris Vrenna with guest musicians: Steve White (guitars; KMFDM), Waylon Reavis (vocals; Mushroomhead) and hip hop artist Scotty Boi TKG (vocals). Seven Factor's music is described as darker and more guitar driven than Human Factors Lab recorded. Click Extended News to preview a new SF's song.

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Sister Machine Gun returns with new music
One of the 90s industrial rock/electronic bands - Sister Machine Gun has announced its return with new music planned to be put out in spring 2015. No further details are available yet, except for an artwork.
It's been 7 years since the band went on hiatus. The latest studio album, Influence was released in 2003. SMG had collaborated with Wax Trax! records in the 90s before setting up its own label thus, the new album is supposed to be released by WTII (Wax Trax II) too, according to SMG founder, Chris Randall.
Wayne Static passed away at 48
LA-based Static-X leader Wayne Static was found dead on November 1st, 2014. He was 48. No cause of death is available at the moment but drugs overdose is said to be possible.
The band is called a forerunner of the new wave of industrial metal, alt-metal and nu metal genres which have attracted a lot of fans and followers around the world. The band's line-up included such musicians as Tony Campos (Ministry, Asesino), Tripp Eisen (Dope), Josh Freese (APC, Nine Inch Nails) and Nick Oshiro (Seether) amongst all but Wayne was the only who remained in the band until its break up. Static-X released nine albums, the latest Cult Of Static ‎ in 2009, then the group disbanded. Wayne Static was married to a former alt-porn star Tera Wray.
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