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NOIR - Reburning

2017-10-23 (News)

In 2016, NOIR's "The Burning Bridge," featured the title song along with interpretations of a few obscure cover songs which marked the first collaboration between NOIR founder and vocalist Athan Maroulis (ex-Spahn Ranch) and introduced Erik Gustafson (16volt, Adoration Destroyed). "Reburning," NOIR's fifth release, features remixes of "The Burning Bridge" by The Rain Within, Decoded Feedback, Panic Lift and Bestial Mouths along with two newly recorded versions of the song "The Burning Bridge" with acoustic guitar and cello. 

Blutengel - Black

2017-10-22 (News)

The Dark Pop anthem "Black", is the title track and starting point for Blutengel's brand-new MCD, which also contains five new and previously unreleased songs.
After the anthemic song "Black" quickly became a fan- and band-favorite on Blutengel's latest tour, Chris Pohl decided to build a MCD, using it as a heart piece. The title song is a gripping fusion of the classic Eighties-Gothic-feeling with the trademark Blutengel-sound and is pretty much all that defines the group in a nutshell. The song is included in the album version and in 2 previously unreleased mixes.  Blutengel play out all their strengths here, while also trying out something new, which makes "Black" an ideal companion piece to the group's latest album "Leitbild".


ASP - Zutiefst

2017-10-21 (News)

ASP descend into the most unfathomable depths of the human soul. On "Zutiefst" Alexander ‘Asp' Spreng concentrates quite clearly on that which the fans love and which makes this band so special: Ten spooky musical short stories that contain that finely distilled skill, and which constitute what is probably the shortest ever literary work. Each song knows how to captivate with its very own fantastic plot, and as ASP sets to work, he does so full of gusto.

Rroyce - Karoshi

2017-10-20 (News)

Electropop band Rroyce returns with their second album "Karoshi". Karoshi is a japanese term for death by a sacrifice job. The idea for the album title was born during the production progress of the album while the band members often had to find a middle way in between the love for the music, being private family men and their own dayly job routine.
"Karoshi" is also an album which has some strong social messages. The album cover was designed by Irene Berbee. The Deluxe version of "Karoshi" features massive six (!) bonus tracks starting with some acoustic version of "The Dying of your Pride" and "The Principle of Grace" which give you goose bumps while listening, followed by four massive remixes from well known bands such as Eisfabrik, Rotersand, Beborn Beton or Neuroticfish who gave the songs their very own brand.

Grendel - Age of the Disposable Body

2017-10-19 (News)

Five long years have passed since VLRK aka Grendel released his previous album "Timewave Zero".
Now Grendel returns with "The Age of the Disposable" – an album that turned out to be just another masterpiece! Ten new songs!
"Age of the Disposable Body" again features massive clubhits like "Dead Inside", "Fall like Rome", "Scorn", "Severed Nations", as well as melancholic, almost "pop" songs - "Far away", "Flux".
The new opus is being released as 2CD including a 14 (!) tracks bonus-album with remixes by Solar Fake, Assemblage 23, Plastic Noise Experience, Shiv-R, Lucovico Technique.

Ginger Snap5 - Against The Days

2017-10-18 (News)

Ginger Snap5 are Roman Soroka and Alex Pavluk. Their forthcoming album is highly modern and well-produced. "Against The Days" shows a matured band that is still committed to a hybrid of dense, upbeat EBM with glitchy Future Pop, all topped off by Roman Sorokas unique vocals. The title "Against The Days" expresses everyday struggle of lives torn between stress, pressure and, above all, war and the invasion of the protagonists' home country - Ukraine.

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