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Dawn of Ashes - Daemonolatry Gnosis

2017-06-02 (News)

Dawn of Ashes new album "Daemonolatry Gnosis", a diabolical musical milestone & Dawn of Ashes's most brutal fusion of Extreme Symphonic Black Metal to date. Like Dawn of Ashes' previous album "Theophany", "Daemonolatry Gnosis" was mixed & produced by Mick Kenney of AnaalNathrakh. Features a cover of legend Mayhem's "Freezing Moon", as well as guest vocals from Cradle of Filth's Lindsay Schoolcraft.

Hexheart - Midnight On A Moonless Night

2017-06-01 (News)

Needing an alternate outlet to explore his musical ideas and styles that did not fit into God Module, Jasyn Bangert created Hexheart. Instead of a side project it is its own separate entity. Enlisting long time collaborator Andrew Pearson on synths and backing vocals along with guitarist Patrick Hogan the band took shape and the debut record "Midnight On A Moonless Night" was written.
Hexheart combines Darkwave and Synthpop electronics, post punk inspired guitars, rhythmic electronic beats and dark melodic vocals.
 

Army of The Universe - 1999 The Remixes

2017-05-31 (News)

Army Of The Universe combine electronic rock, electronica, analog synths, & industrial dance beats into a unique and compelling sound. The follow up 12 inch single to the recent "1999 & The Aftershow" features remixes of the title track "1999" including a remix from Alec Empire of Atari Teenage Riot.

Funker Vogt - Code of Conduct

2017-05-30 (News)

Four years after the release of their last album "Companion in Crime", Funker Vogt are finally back. Along with their new singer, Chris L.(Agonoize/The Sexorcist), the band around Gerrit Thomas and Rene Dornbusch proves again that they still belong to the top of the EBM- and industrial-scene.
The new material contains a lot of excellent club hits: Songs like "Tanzbefehl", "Phönix" or "Kampfbereit" as well as the new hymn and first single off the album "Der letzte Tanz". But the fans will also discover calmer, almost melancholic tracks like "Für immer" or "Armed & Dangerous". Funker Vogt present themselves more complex and more vital than ever.

Lucifer's Aid - Control Yourself

2017-05-29 (News)

The debut album from Lucifer's Aid hit the scene of harder EBM. He was quickly taken to the heart of both critics and listeners.
With the new limited edition MCD "Control Yourself" mastermind Carl Nilsson strikes yet again. With hard, rhythmic and uncompromising force. Four tracks that will make the alternative dancefloors worldwide BOIL of energy and as a bonus we are treated with a brutal version of The Normal's Daniel Miller classic "T.V.O.D.".
The band is booked for 3 major festivals in Germany: Wave-Gotik-Treffen, Amphi Festival and NCN.

Mechanical Moth - Neverything

2017-05-26 (News)

"Neverything" is an energetic and marching midtempo album. We do not flee, we do not doubt. "Neverything", the conjunction of the words never und everything. This is the tenor of album number six by Mechanical Moth. Nothing is everlasting, but at least you can determine by yourself when you want to vanish. After close to 15 years of band history they don't look back. Instead they look down the edge to what is ahead. Your last flight is one step forward. We want to accompany you on your last journey.


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