Chapter Twenty-Eight: Infinite Ballad

This month’s chapter visits themes of timelessness – from The Birthday Massacre’s incredible cover of “The NeverEnding Story,” to Apoptygma Berserk’s “Love Never Dies,” to a certain 37-year-old song risen from the dead by a prominent spot in Netflix’s Stranger Things series. We’ve got a great selection of new and old industrial music to round out the selections as well!

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The Tracklist:

 

1 – “The Neverending Story” by The Birthday Massacre from the Single The Neverending Story (2021)
(Bandcamp)

2 – “Kühlwalda” by Wumpscut from the EP For Those About to Starve (2022)
(Bandcamp)

3 – “Love Never Dies (Part 1)” by Apoptygma Berzerk from the Album 7 (1996)
(Bandcamp)

4 – “Grave” by Choke Chain from the album Chain Tactics (2020)
(Bandcamp)

5 – “Chemical Lingo” by Lunascape from the album Innerside (2008)
(Wiki)

6 – “Love Me Do” by Akira Yamaoka from the album iFUTURELIST (2006)
(Website)

7 – “Weapons of Resistance feat. Aaron Matts” by Hocico from the album HyperViolent (2022)
(Bandcamp)

8 – “The Big Reverse” by Dead When I Found Her from the album Eyes on Backwards (2016)
(Bandcamp)

9 – “Running Up That Hill (Deal with God)” by Kate Bush from the album Hounds of Love (1985)
(Website)

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