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Terrolokaust band


Niemcy / Germany / Hiszpania / Spain

Date of establishing :

Music genere:
Aggrotech, dark electro, ebm, industrial


Band members:

Javi Ssagittar - Vocals and Lyrics
Indio - Synths & Programming


 Let's take a time machine and trip back to 2006, year when Javi Ssagittar and Indio, a couple of experienced musicians of the former Industrial/Rock band Symawrath, decided to join their feelings under the name of Terrolokaust by adding a conceptual content that deals with social misery, daily alienation caused by all those self-proclaimed in power and mostly, the decadence and modern lifestyle. Edited by Mutant-E Records label, Terrolokaust releases its first album called "Gas", a work comprising of pure Industrial and Techno EBM. The concept speaks of everything about human aberrations, an offensive against all forms of fascism and dictatorial ideology. The band has performed diverse live acts along with important artists such as Hocico, Combichrist, Das Ich, Noisuf-X, FabriKc, Hanzel und Gretyl, Psyche, Xotox, Straftanz, Grendel, In Strict Confidence, Nachtmahr, Reaper, plus some Spanish bands and even touring in Switzerland and Germany, performing live in the renowned "Dark Dance Treffen" festival. Terrolokaust has also done remixes to important bands from the scene like Straftanz, In Strict Confidence, Reaper, Vigilante, Siva Six, Ad Inferna, The Ludovico Tecnique, Extinction Front, Vondage, Alien Vampires, among others, and collaborate in the new single "Dirty Cash" for Reaper with Javi Ssagittar in vocals with the Spanish version "Dinero Sucio". Naturally, after all this time, things have changed and the musical language of Terrolokaust has been taken to a more developed and mature level, giving free rein to a visceral style that breaks down the invisible barriers that separate the audience from Electronic music and Industrial, Alternative or Techno. The Terrolokaust's seed in 2010 gathers influences from various music styles in order to revitalize the Dark Electro and giving dynamism and freshness to a scene somewhat saturated which lacks of innovative contributions. Currently, Terrolokaust has presented its EP first single "No Control" taken from the upcoming album "God Loves the Violence" and it also features remixes by Grendel and Extinction Front as well as an unreleased song called "Adrenaline". Edited by Deathwatch Asia and Infacted Recordings and mastered in Germany by Kolja Trelle of Soman (Grendel, SAM, Absurd Minds, Shiv-R, etc.), here we will able to find some eclectic songs soaked in a new style. The emotion in voices of Javi Ssagittar and Indio's electronic basslines are perfectly integrated and the basis and ambiences have a remarkable influence when injecting a new whole dimension of brutal and original strokes into the Industrial music clubs. The greatest wish of Terrolokaust now is presenting its new work and seeing how the live acts leave no one indifferent, without leaving behind that devotion is absolutely essential and the connection with the audience makes every show to become something special and unique. The music scene, without a doubt, has a name to keep in mind and that is Terrolokaust.