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In Strict Confidence - The Hardest Heart Box

2016-11-23 (News)

"The Hardest Heart Box" includes the 12 new tracks are more heterogeneous than ever and allow the listener to dive into a mix of emotions. They are electronically aggressive, deeply melancholic and boldly danceable. They are supported by profound texts put forward by Dennis Ostermann, the vocally poignant frontman who is in the best shape ever, while two tracks are graciously delivered by his female counterpart, Nina de Lianin.

Dead When I Found Her - Harms Way

2016-11-22 (News)

This re-issue comes in a beautiful digipak with updated artwork and includes 2 bonus tracks and makes an excellent album even more excellent. ‘Harms Way' forged the sound of Dead When I Found Her out of his influences from Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, Doubting Thomas and the rest of the best of 90's industrial and electronic music, honed by some of the best production the new industrial music genre has to offer.

Sabled Sun - 2148

2016-11-21 (News)

The fourth album from the Sabled Suns 21xx series, about a man in Hibernation waking up to a world in ruins, takes us through the fourth year 2148. The album starts with our Protagonist finding The Ark. It takes us through robot filled chasms, overgrown laboratories, uplink stations and deteriorated civilization. Field Recordings combine with distant Piano and dusty Strings. Cavernous Drone with throbbing bass.

Dead When I Found Her - Eyes on Backwards

2016-11-21 (News)

Here comes "Eyes on Backwards", the fourth album from Michael Arthur Holloway's industrial project Dead When I Found Her. It is a blistering album. The record opens with the furious "Tantrum", and before you catch your breath lays it on heavy with a densest material to date: "The Big Reverse" digs deep into Skinny Puppy-esque territory, with sample nods to the masters and Holloway's distinctive voice rages harder than you're accustomed to. Then the material is denser, in a way easier to digest, but at the same time more dangerous, more vicious.

Zos Kia/Coil - Transparent

2016-11-12 (News)

Zos Kia was formed by John Gosling (Mekon), John Balance (Coil) and Min - with guest Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson (Throbbing Gristle). Their one and only album, "Transparent", was released in 1983 in a cassette only edition. It was reissued years later by Coil, in an edited edition. The entire recordings are now released on CD/vinyl for the first time and are completely remastered from the unedited tapes. Includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks by Ake (pre-Zos Kia).
 The music on "Transparent" is genuinely unsettling and disturbing, with a more primal Industrial feel than the Coil album which followed; 'Scatology'. An essential insight into the very early work of these extraordinary artists and an undeniable link between Coil and Throbbing Gristle.
 CD edition presented in a 6-panel digipak with booklet containing unseen images.
 

Psy’Aviah - Chasing The Speed Of Light

2016-11-11 (News)

On this new "Chasing The Speed Of Light" EP release, with Kyoko Baertsoen (ex-Hooverphonic, Lunascape) and her unique timbre fitting so well this sorrowful blend of trip-hop rhythms and EBM basslines on "Alcubierre Drive" and Fallon Nieves and her powerful vocals with attitude on the floor-packing "Not What I Expected" and its incisive synth lines and hypnotic grooves, nicely summarizes Psy’Aviah’s amazing dichotomy of sound stretching from moody mid-tempo electronic tunes to modern upbeat club songs with a dark industrial edge.


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