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2012-02-21

New SKOLD single entered the DAC!



This week sees the recent SKOLD single "Tonight" at number 5 of the German Alternative Charts (DAC)

XL extensive audio samples from the single you still find here.

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2012-02-14

Nowhere to run - New KMFDM single in progress!


There’s “nowhere to run” from KMFDM’s "Amnesia".

"Amnesia" is the follow-up single to last year’s rousing anthem "Krank", which debuted on the Billboard Singles Chart at #15 and the Billboard Top Dance Singles Chart at #3 (spending over 6 weeks on both charts). Amnesia will be released in May 2012 on Dependent for Europe.

"The decision to pick "Amnesia" as the lead-track for the 2nd single off the "WTF?!" album was an easy choice" says KMFDM leader Käpt´n K. "It being the 'other' dance-track and you people's somewhat bewildering desire to dance your asses off, was a match made in heaven. Let it rip !!!"
 
"Amnesia" includes 3 remixes of 3 different songs, one brand new exclusive song and the album version of “Amnesia” as well, for a total of 5 tracks, providing almost 25 minutes of music. All of the remixes found on Amnesia come from material originally on KMFDM’s 2011 album "WTF?!".

KMFDM’s founder and leader, Sascha K. takes point with his remix of “Amnesia”, a club/electro rework with a hefty stomp that is guaranteed to have lovers of the Ultra-Heavy-Beat reporting to the dancefloor in record numbers. Norway’s industrial-orchestral act Morlocks threw a CD onstage while KMFDM was playing at a festival in Germany. Since then they have become one of Sascha K.’s favorite new bands and have been called on here to work their strange brand of magic on last year’s single "Krank”, giving it a total revamp. Finally, Rotersand have a go at the explosive takeover track "Come On - Go Off".
The release’s brand-new and exclusive song “I (Heart) You” finds KMFDM taking their industrial grinder to the synth-pop/future-pop sound. The results are, as one would expect, uniquely KMFDM.
The single’s inclusion of “Amnesia (Album Mix)” serves as an introduction for those who have not yet picked up the band’s well received record WTF?! which debuted at #1 on the iTunes Electronic Album Chart and #8 on the Billboard Electronic/Dance Album Chart in 2011.

The artwork for Amnesia was created by KMFDM’s longtime visual partner Brute!. The image is from a concept by Käpt'n K. (riffing on Edvard Munch’s famous painting "The Scream"). The accompanying booklet also contains a message for KMFDM fans and fully detailed credits.



Here again the full tracklisting:

01. "Amnesia" (Käpt'n K. Mix) / 02. "Amnesia" (Album Mix) / 03. "Krank" (Morlocks Mix) /
04. "Come On - Go Off" (Rotersand Mix) / 05. "I (Heart) You"


Pre-orders are now available at our shop!

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2012-02-07

SEPTIC X makes DAC Top 3!



This week sees the compilation album SEPTIC X entering the German Alternative Charts (DAC) straight at number two!

XL extensive audio samples from SEPTIC X you still find here and orders are available at our shop!
 

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2012-02-03

The press loves the SEPTIC anniversary release!


The recently released SEPTIC X compilation has received resounding praise from all quarters. Here are just a few examples:

"Sampler of the Month"
- Sonic Seducer

"Compilation of the Month"
- Orkus Magazine

"like its predecessors, the 10th installment supplies a selection of tracks guaranteed to rock dancefloors and excite fans"
- Re-Flexion

"SEPTIC X turns the heat up: with a mix of big names from the Electro/EBM/Industrial scene alongside fresh new talent, there's a lot to discover here. Nice to see some things can still deliver the goods twelve years on! A must-have for all fans of intelligent electronic music. 10/10 points."

- Orkus Magazine


XL extensive audio samples from SEPTIC X you still find here and orders are available at our shop!
 

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2012-01-27

SEPTIC X compilation now available!



Available today both as a CD in stores everywhere as well as a digital download from some services: the tenth edition of our popular SEPTIC compilation series, SEPTIC X.
Sonic Seducer magazine hails SEPTIC X as its "Sampler of the Month", Re-Flexion writes that "like its predecessors, the 10th installment supplies a selection of tracks guaranteed to rock dancefloors and excite fans" and Orkus says "SEPTIC X turns the heat up: with a mix of big names from the Electro/EBM/Industrial scene alongside fresh new talent, there's a lot to discover here. Nice to see some things can still deliver the goods twelve years on! A must-have for all fans of intelligent electronic music. 10/10 points. Compilation of the Month."

XL extensive audio samples from SEPTIC X you still find here and orders are available at our shop!

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2012-01-05

SEPTIC X compilation completed and snippets online!


Finally it is done! The SEPTIC X compilation album is finished.
Today the last steps in the mastering studio have been done.
The CD album is to be released January 27, the digital version later.

The final tracklist is the following:

01. SKOLD - "Suck" [Front Line Assembly Remix]
02. Patenbrigade: Wolff - "Maurerradio" [Extended Version]
03. Radical G - "Lucifer" [Long Version]
04. KMFDM - "Go To Hell" [Cervello Elettronico Remix]
05. Edge Of Dawn - Red Bank
06. Dismantled - "Disease" [VF Remix]
07. Acretongue - "Oblivion" [Abeyance]
08. Imperative Reaction - "Side Effect" [Club Version]
09. Volt 9000 - "How To Start A War" [Original Version]
10. Legacy Of Music "Tragedy" featuring MESH
11. Angels On Acid - "Epitaph" [V2]
12. Ghost & Writer - "Gambit" [Septic Version]
13. Diskonnekted - Yesteryears [Septic Version]
14. System Syn - "Absence" [Album Version]
15. Mindless Faith - "Next To Last" [Septic Mix]
16. Crash Course In Science - “No More Hollow Doors“


XL extensive audio samples from SEPTIC X you will find here.
Pre-orders are now available at our shop!

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2011-12-30

New SKOLD single now available digitally in Europe!



Today SKOLD returns to Europe with "Tonight", the new digital single from the critically hailed album "Anomie". This smashing single features new versions of the title track, remixed by such diverse talents as Rotersand, Aesthetic Perfection, iVardensphere, The Birthday Massacre and Pull Out Kings. Extensive audio samples from the single now can be heard here.

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2011-12-16

Click Click storming the German web charts


The song "Rats In My Bed“ from the new Click Click mini album "Skin And Bones" is this week´s highest climber at the German webcharts. Extensive audio samples (2 minutes of each song!) from the full mini album can be heard here.

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2011-12-15

Covenant merchandise items available at our shop


Decoded Feedback and Covenant also have finished the second German part of their "Modern Ruin" tour with great success. 
We´ve got a small number of remaining Covenant merchandise items (shirts, jackets, patches, CDs, etc.) at stock now.
Since there is only a limited quantity and only a few shirt sizes are available, do not hesitate and act right now. You will find the items, designs and sizes at our shop.
 

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2011-11-29

Decoded Feedback touring Germany!



Decoded Feedback will start touring Germany this week as support act of Covenant on their "Modern Ruin" tour!

Here are the dates:

02.12.    Leipzig, Hellraiser      
03.12.    Augsburg, Kantine                                  
04.12.    Aschaffenburg, Colos-Saal
09.12.    Braunschweig, Meiers Music Hall      
10.12.    Hamburg, Markthalle      
11.12.    Krefeld, Kulturfabrik

In addition Decoded Feedback will perform live on 14.12. at K17, Berlin (supported by EDriver 69) and also will play a double-headliner show together with Portion Control at Club Nachtleben in Frankfurt on 15.12.2011!

Here you can still listen to Decoded Feedback´s latest release "Aftermath".

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