This is not breaking news: I stumbled upon something on the Internet.
This is breaking news: It's beautifully written.
If you are at all interested in Industrial Music, I would suggest reading this article
It defines true industrial as "an artistic reflection of the de-humanisation of our people and the inexorable pollution of our planet by our factory-based socio-economic state"
and calls the fall of industrial music "a music of revolt transformed into a repetitive commodity ... A continuation of the same effort, always resumed and renewed, to alienate a liberatory will in order to produce a market"
This is a truly beautiful piece and it's maybe two pages long so I suggest you read it.
Industrial Prehistory: Introduction