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  1. this-american-life

    We Have a Technical #75: This Industrial Life

    October 29, 2015  |  We Have a Technical  |  Comments (2)

    Celebrating 75 episodes by having a bunch of our friends on to talk about albums they dig!

  2. Everything Goes Cold - Black Out The Sun

    In Conversation: Everything Goes Cold “Black Out the Sun”

    July 10, 2014  |  In Conversation  |  Comments (2)

    The Senior Staff discusses thematics and the implied narratives contained within the new album from industrial rock project Everything Goes Cold.

  3. Actual recording sessions for "Black Out the Sun"

    We Have a Technical #24: Two Scoops of Hell

    July 4, 2014  |  We Have a Technical  |  Comments (1)

    Eric Gottesman of Everything Goes Cold joins us on the podcast while we decompress from Terminus and look back on the occasion of the site’s anniversary.

  4. caustic vs. egc square

    On The Road With The Eternal Legends

    July 26, 2012  |  Interviews  |  Comments (1)

    With two of our favourite bands hitting the road, we thought it’d be great to ask them for the straight dope on assembling an industrial tour by yourselves. We got that, plus some disturbing intimations about the awful truths which may just lie beneath the surface of Caustic and Everything Goes Cold.

  5. Haujobb Kinetik

    Kinetik 5.0 Highlights

    May 29, 2012  |  Commentary  |  Comments (1)

    After a week’s worth of reflection, we hold court on our favourite moments and bands from this year’s installment of our beloved Kinetik Festival.

  6. EGC

    Everything Goes Cold, “The Tyrant Sun” EP

    March 2, 2012  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (2)

    The Californian outfit takes a darker turn on their new EP of originals and remixes.

  7. Gottesman

    An Interview With Eric of Everything Goes Cold

    December 7, 2011  |  Interviews  |  Comments (6)

    Eric Gottesman of Everything Goes Cold (and 83 other bands) talks coldwave, supervillains, and the importance of live shows in the industrial scene.