After the debut album "Geräuschinformatik" catapulted into the DAC charts in April 2005 and the tracks "3,14" and "Blau" became club standbys, it came as little suprise that the reviews were accompanied by accolades like "Newcomer of the Month" (Zillo). Now, at long last, the brand new album from the Ruhr Valley's own AutoAggression has hit the shelves. "Artefacts" moves seamlessly between ambient, club, industrial, urban, and pop styles, achieving aesthetic diversity without ever losing the trademark AutoAggression sound. Alongside mastermind Lukas Schneider, the album features guest vocals from Nives Garasevic and none other than Eskil Simonsson of Covenant fame.
The CD inlcudes a 12-page booklet and is available in stores now. Previews and legal downloads are available at the Grenzwellen Shop. You can also check out a full length track from the album absolutely free by clicking here!
The second album from AutoAggression is currently in mastering: "Artefacts" will be available on 23.02.2007. Moving seamlessly between ambient, club, industrial, urban, and pop styles, the album achieves an aesthetic diversity without ever losing the trademark AutoAggression sound. Alongside mastermind Lukas Schneider, the album features guest vocals from Nives Garasevic as well as Eskil Simonsson of Covenant fame.
Congrats to Autoaggression! "Geräuschinformatik" was the "Highest Climber" in last week's DAC charts, moving from 0 to #4. We've also posted a number of reviews of the album, which you can find by clicking on the cover image to the left. If you'd like to discuss this or any other Dependent release further, be sure to visit our Forums!
The rumors have been floating about for some time, but now we can finally confirm them: the long-awaited debut album from the Ruhr Basin's finest industrial project Autoaggression will be released by Dependent on 28 March. The album, entitled "Geräuschinformatik", has been selected as Zillo's "Newcomer of the Month" in their upcoming April issue, and the track "Das Nyquist Theorem" can be heard on the Septic V compilation, out 28 February. Stay tuned for more news.