frontfeuer - and one*
- genre: electro-industrial; notes: old favorite. album has some definite influences from the cold war / berlin wall.
AS HARD AS YOU CAN - lustsickpuppy
- genre: rap, dance/EDM with some electro-industrial influences; notes: dancey.
the ugly art - machine girl
- genre: electronic, breakcore; notes: i forgot this album existed even though i've been listening to machine girl for two years atp. its great
opus dei - laibach*
- genre: industrial; notes: honestly one of my favorites of theirs. been listening to it a LOT
kiss my super bowl ring - the garden
- genre: experimental rock/punk; notes: one of my favorite garden albums lately
kicksome (b)ass - noisuf-x
- genre: power noise, electro-industrial; notes: sooo dancey.
v for vagina - puscifer
- genre: alternative rock; notes: my fave puscifer album. especially drunk with power
neon white soundtrack part 1: "the wicked heart" - machine girl
- genre: electronic; notes: new machine girl music!! also makes me want to buy the game tbh
u want the scoop? - the garden
- genre: experimental rock; notes: i have listened to 'have a good day sir' more than anything else on this list
and one - trump supporter (despite being fucking german), became a far right conspiracy theorist. revealed most recently when he posted support for trump on his band page and then subsequently claimed he was "hacked". he fucking SUCKS but frontfeuer is nostalgic so i just pirate what i can. (source)
laibach - slovenian band that looks fascist on first glance (particularly in their older theming) - but are not. a lot of their shtick is taking fascism and overdoing it in order to reflect the ways in which totalitarianism is omnipresent in society and goverment - as well as other related elements of fascism. as part of this they have rarely stepped out of character publically - only saying of their position "We are fascists as much as Hitler was a painter." Despite this, it's clear from their work that they are against fascism - especially with albums such as Volk. in addition, the author of Nationalistin henkinen horisontti stated that "Laibach member Ivan "Jani" Novak told him in March 2015 that Laibach is a communist group and most of Laibach's work is connected to communism" (source)