Industrial Metal

At the Heart of the World

At the Heart of the World are a 2-piece industrial/darkwave/electronic act from Portland, Oregon. They released their debut album, Rotting Forms, in January 2018, to high accolades, and have had their sound compared to industrial-greats such as Ministry and Godflesh.


Samael will performing their celebrated third album, ‘Ceremony of Opposites’ in its entirety. This album, which blends black metal with industrial influences including keyboards and samples, signified a change of direction for Samael. With ‘Ceremony,’ Samael departed from the primitive black metal (a la Swiss brethren Hellhammer) sound of their previous recordings and embraced a sound akin to contemporaries such as Celtic Frost, Emperor and even early Dimmu Borgir.


Zyklon was a Norwegian blackened death metal band formed in 1998 by Samoth and Trym of Emperor, along with members of Myrkskog. Their style has been described as modern death metal with black and industrial undertones. After more than a 2 year hiatus, the band officially split up in January 2010.  Zyklon is not to be confused with Zyklon-B, which was a past side project by members of Emperor, including Samoth and Ihsahn. The two bands are not related in any way other than name-similarities and Samoth's mutual membership.

Anaal Nathrakh

Anaal Nathrakh are a British extreme metal band formed in 1999 who fuse black metal, grindcore, death metal and industrial music.  They started off as strictly a black metal band, but over time their music has evolved, adding more elements of death metal, grindcore and industrial.


Morgoth is a German death metal band that was formed in 1985 by Rüdiger Hennecke and Carsten Otterbach in Meschede. The name was derived from the epithet of the original dark lord Melkor in J.R.R Tolkien's Middle-earth Legendarium.


Godflesh are an English industrial metal band from Birmingham, England. Originally known as Fall of Because, they formed in 1988 by Justin Broadrick (guitar, vocals, and programming) and G.C. Green (bass) and disbanded in 2002. Godflesh's innovative music is widely regarded as a foundational influence on industrial metal and post-metal.  Broadrick and Green reformed Godflesh in 2010.

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