Author Archives: Alex Zander

About Alex Zander

Alex Zander resides in Chicago, IL and is the founder and publisher of MK ULTRA Magazine, established 1995. He can also be heard on the MKULTRASOUND PodCast www.soundcloud.com/mkultrasoundpodcast

Die Krupps return with version of 80’s The Neon Judgement classic ‘Chinese Black’ feat. guest vocalist Jyrki69 (69 Eyes) – watch the video

SOURCE: Side-Line Music Magazine German industrial pioneers Die Krupps return with guest vocalist Jyrki69 (69 Eyes) on a new version of the 80’s underground classic “Chinese Black”, originally released by The Neon Judgement. A video has been released as well, which you … Continue reading

JOAN JETT Mourns Death Of ‘I Love Rock ‘N Roll’ Songwriter ALAN MERRILL of Complications From COVID-19

Alan Merrill, the singer and co-writer of the original version of “I Love Rock ‘N Roll”, has died at the age of 69. According to his daughter Laura, he passed away of complications from COVID-19, the disease caused by the … Continue reading

ALL NEW MKULTRASOUND PodCast Lesbo A Go-Go: Summit Station Reflections with Shushie Custer of Columbus Ohio

With the current states of social distance and quarantine throughout the globe as the Coronavirus has spread worldwide and the body count keeps escalating AZ is doing his best to keep the show on the road. This week he has a call in … Continue reading

YouTube Episode of the The MKULTRASOUND PodCast: INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH: I Ya Toyah, Yvette Lera and Pete Guellard of MACE 3/15/2020

MINISTRY Is Recording New Album

Industrial metal pioneers MINISTRY have entered the studio to begin recording the follow-up to 2018’s “AmeriKKKant” album. On Friday, the MINISTRY social media was updated with a photo of Al Jourgensen sitting in front of a studio console while wearing … Continue reading

Cheap Trick’s ‘At Budokan’ Enters US National Recording Registry

Cheap Trick’s 1978 live set, “At Budokan”, is among 25 sound recordings selected for induction into the US Library Of Congress National Recording Registry. Under the terms of the National Recording Preservation Act of 2000, the Librarian – with advice … Continue reading