Henric de la Cour – Gimme Daggers

It’s finally here! The long awaited new album from Henric de la Cour. It´s already been four years since we released “Mandrills” and since then a lot of things has happened. “Gimme Daggers” is Henric’s most complete work since he went solo and will leave NO fans disappointed.

The first 200 copies will be released as a limited edition 2CD version holding 2 additional tracks and is signed by Henric. This version is strictly limited to 200 and when it’s gone, it’s gone!

Please note that we have a restriction of maximum 2 copies per customer. We really are not fans of people buying 5 and selling 4 on Discogs. The idea is to reach as many fans as possible.

CAN founding member to release new solo album

Irmin Schmidt has announced the release of 5 Klavierstücke, his first solo release since the 2015 Electro Violet collection. A founding member of influential avant-garde rock group CAN, Schmidt’s album features five piano pieces, which he describes as “spontaneous meditations, only played once and recorded simultaneously – no edits or corrections.” Recorded and produced by […]

‘Click Interview’ with Aiboforcen: ‘The Aim Was To Have A Poppier Album’

The album “Sense & Nonsense” marks the return of the Belgian formation Aiboforcen. Behind the band is hiding Benoît Blanchart, who’s still one of the Alfa Matrix label owners. He again worked with multiple ( and some famous) guest singers to achieve this opus. This studio-project remains a somewhat enigmatic electronic entity because of the sound, which is hard to define. Aiboforcen mixes EBM together with electro-pop and industrial sound treatments. Some songs are catchy while others are definitely experimental. “Sense & Nonsense” is the first new work in seven years, but you clearly will recognize the typical and sophisticated sound DNA this band is dealing with. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Aiboforcen is back again and this after a hiatus of 7 years! What does Aiboforcen means ano 2018 and tell us a bit more about the core members and multiple guest artists? Benoît: Well, the line-up is mainly the same as for the “Dédale”-album; this means myself taking care of the music/programs and Patrice taking care of the vocals for most of the tracks (helped by Wrex on lyrics and vocal recording). Then there are the numerous guests (maybe a bit more than usual) adding a special […]

Halo In Reverse – I Am Become Death Destroyer Of Worlds

On his much anticipated new album “I Am Become Death Destroyer Of Worlds”, the rebellious Halo In Reverse powerful machine is heading at full speed against all forms of tyrannies and nothing will stop Joshua Steffen from spitting his rage on all war waging US presidents. And songs like “The Tyrant”, the now classic club hit “King O”, “A River Red” and “Beating The Drum” speak for themselves!

Still strongly rooted in the electro / industrial rock genre, Halo In Reverse significantly widens his sonic spectrum by bringing his characteristic clash of groovy bass lines against gritty incisive guitars to the next aggravating level. The overall tone this time is more aggressive but also more passionate and poignant. The subtle combination of deviant melodic electronics with highly expressive tormented vocals turn these new songs into dangerous intoxicating addictive tunes! And it’s just a matter of time until you’ll fall into his claws…

While letting his caustic synthesizers flow and percolate intricate song arrangements mixing trashy guitars with echoing dramatic piano rolls, Joshua Steffen delivers another electro record filled with emotion and the pain that only love can bring us when it is no longer returned, turning into a true catharsis helping him exorcising some personal demons and unleashing his raging sexuality on lustrous and decadent songs with attitude (“Five To The Wrist”, “Dirty Girl”, etc.).

“I Am Become Death Destroyer Of Worlds” also has its surprises and unpredictable moments with the depressive and almost psychotic punk-wave epic cut “That Is What It Feels Like In My Head” or yet the manic cover of Black Sabbath’s “Into The Void” and the so well fitting take on Jesus & The Mary Chain’s classic “Reverence”, or last but not least the catchy simplicity of “Let You Down”, a love-song full of grandeur and sincerity…

Ladytron unveils music video for second single from upcoming album

Experimental electro-pop band Ladytron has premiered the video for “The Island,” via CLASH Magazine, alongside an interview with members Daniel Hunt and Helen Marnie. The hauntingly silky, retro track is the second single from the group’s eagerly anticipated upcoming album, due out in 2019, Ladytron’s first in seven years. Director Bryan M. Ferguson’s short film […]

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