The latest installment in the Septic series is completed, mastered and ready to get released.
Street date will be September 24th and here is what you waiting for, the final tracklisting:
Various Artists - SEPTIC IX - An Infectious Electro Industrial Future Pop Compilation Album
01 Mindless Self Indulgence - "Never Wanted To Dance" [Combichrist Electro Hurtz Mix] ***
02 Dismantled - "The Whore Inside Me" [The Remix! by Clicks!] *
03 Edge Of Dawn - "Stage Fright" [Steril Remix] *
04 Imperative Reaction - "Without" ***
05 Comaduster - "Foam Abattior" [feat. Cecil Frena] **
06 Front Line Assembly - "Attack The Masses" **
07 Rotersand - "First Time" [Club Re-Work] *
08 Decoded Feedback - "Silent Killer" [Deathrow Mix] *
09 [ cell 7 ] - "Losing My Religion" [R.E.M. Cover] **
10 Pail - "Silence" [Septic Edit] *
11 Cryo - "Hit Me Once" [Afraid Of The Mix] *
12 FÏX8:SËD8 - "Monolith" [Almost Infinite FPR Extend] *
13 Portion Control - "Amnesia" [Beta.01] ***
14 No.Not.Never - "Cold Hearted" [Paula Abdul Cover]
15 Fractured - "Dig" *
** first time on CD
*** hard to find track or version
Prelistening clips will be available here soon, so watch this space.
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After successfully completing their tour with Combichrist, Dismantled kindly have made a few shirts for our shop available.
There are two different printings:
Dismantled - "Armed And Ready" (Size: S,M,L,XL,XXL)
Dismantled - "Cover Artwork" (Size: S,M,L,XL,XXL)
Front Line Assembly also kindly left us a few goodies for our shop:
Army Dog-Tags (Black Metal) with FLA Logo
Sticker: "FLA Logo"
Large Tourposter (84cm x 59.5cm , 250g artboard, 4+0C printing)
mind.in.a.box are without a doubt the shooting stars of the domestic electro-industrial scene. While their 2004 debut „Lost Alone“ was well received by the international press, it was the follow-up „Dreamweb“ that marked the real breakthrough for the Austrian duo, showcasing an expert combination of electronic styles and influences from techno to EBM to trance and beyond.
While the following albums „Crossroads“ and „R.E.T.R.O“, along with the single „8 Bits“, all found deserved spots in the upper regions of the German Alternative Charts, the duo continued to refuse offers to perform live until last summer, when after a year of preparations, they appeared as a five-piece at the Arvika Festival to critical acclaim.
Since then the band has played live periodically, surfacing at the Norwegian Elektrostat Festival and Berlin’s E-Tropolis and garnering ever more postivie enthusiastic reviews. Now, we’re pleased to announce the band’s first full-length tour as support for the 19-show European leg of Front Line Assembly’s current world tour.
It may be a cliche, but seriously: you don’t want to miss this!
Here are the complete tourdates:
30.09.2010 - Frankfurt, Batschkapp, Germany
01.10.2010 - Hannover, Musikzentrum, Germany
03.10.2010 - Oberhausen, Saint, Germany
05.10.2010 - Hamburg, Logo, Germany
06.10.2010 - Gothenburg, Brew House, Sweden
07.10.2010 - Stockholm, Debaster, Sweden
08.10.2010 - Malmö, KB, Sweden
09.10.2010 - Arhus, Voxhall, Denmark
10.10.2010 - Berlin, Columbia Club, Germany
12.10.2010 - Leipzig, Werk II, Germany
13.10.2010 - Lodz, Dekampresja, Poland
14.10.2010 - Munich, Backstage, Germany
16.10.2010 - Budapest, Petofi Hall, Hungary
17.10.2010 - Ljubiljana, Kino Siska, Austria
18.10.2010 - Vienna, Planet Music, Austria
20.10.2010 - Paris, Le Bus Palladium, France
21.10.2010 - Stuttgart, Röhre, Germany
22.10.2010 - Aarau, Kiff, Switzerland
23.10.2010 - Padova, Revolver, Italy
With just over four weeks until their album drops, The Birthday Massacre have recorded 20,000 to 30,000 plays of the new material on various social networking sites such as MySapce. One thing is clear: the fans are ready and waiting! And rightly so: „Pins and Needles“ is in our opinion the band’s best release to date and will soon be the standard against which all others in the genre will be measured against.
Check out audio snippets from “Pins And Needles“ here
That’s right...the latest installment in the Septic series is almost on its way to the mastering studio and it will be available on 24 September. The final tracklisting and cover will be announced here soon, so watch this space.
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After 5 weeks in the DAC singles charts, peaking this week at #2, it’s clear that the DJs have selected the album track „Angriff“ as the follow-up single to Front Line Assembly album’s massive clubhit „Shifting Through The Lens“. Accordingly, Dependent will release the „Angriff EP“, featuring remixes of the title track as well as unreleased material, this October in time for the FLA tour with mind.in.a.box.
The original version of "Angriff" can be found here
During the past two weeks Dismantled have demonstrated on 10 European stages exactly how to rock without guitars. The British fans were particularly enthralled by the San Diego band’s sweaty, energetic performances as support for Combichrist. Let’s hope that with the release of their upcoming album „Hate Is Coming“, Dismantled can once again find their way to visit at least a few German cities.
Two Wednesdays have passed, so The Birthday Massacre now have a total of four new songs from the forthcoming album "Pins And Needles" in the players of their various websites (myspace, VF, facebook).
And now Dependent enrich this prelistening collection! Of course not with further tracks (which you have to wait for till next Wednesday when the band will host them live) but with the typical Dependent "XL Snippets" what means, full 2 minutes of every song to listen to. So check out the player here and enjoy the snippets in longer versions.
Today Wednesday July, 14 The Birthday Massacre as promised have posted the first new song clip from their forthcoming album "Pins And Needles" which will be released September, 17 on Dependent´s sub-label Cellar Door.
The band will repeat this every Wednesday with an additional audio-clip until about 6 songs are up in total.
You can listen to the tracks right here:
You also can pre-order the album now here
Nearly unbelievable - We're pleased and proud to announce that all top slots on the DAC Album Chart have been taken now by the current Dependent releases!