We are proud to present you the rehearsal video "Stay Here (By my Side)" in a stunning acoustic version from MOONLIGHT ASYLUM!
This song is taken from ehe first album of the female fronted industrial electro metal sensation from Argentina"Death is coming".
Strong metal riffs from thrash and black metal, catchy melodies from electro and pop and breakdowns from metalcore, powerful male growls, angelic female vocals, this is what is waiting for you on the debut-album of Moonlight Asylum!
This 3 pieces band from Buenos Aires, Argentina has already shared stage with legends like Deathstars, The 69 Eyes, Emilie Autumn, Nitzer Ebb, Cradle of Filth, Within Temptation, The Sisters of Mercy, Paradise Lost, Lacuna Coil, Anneke Van Giersbergen and HIM, among others.
"Death is coming" is the first milestone on their way (to hell)!
30 metal & gothic songs for the loudest Halloween ever!
The summer is finally gone, and the shadows already begin to grow longer. So do the nights! But as nights are not most scary, if they’re long, but if they’re dark, there might be no darker one in the year but that of fading October. So let us celebrate with you, what others fear!
Your most hollow soundtrack, presented by darkTunes, will break the tranquility of the night! So make this night the loudest of the year, and enjoy our latest compilation: Darkest Halloween 2017!
Artwork by Christopher Lair
With the following artists:
Dust In Mind, Smash Hit Combo, The Black Capes, SHIV-R, SynthAttack, Extize, BOARS, Sickret, Logical Terror, Devil-M, CIMA MUTA, Binary Division, Basszilla, Omnimar, System Noire, The Autist, Incordia - Official, Fourth Circle, Deus ex Vagina, Dark Side Eons, Antibody, T3RR0R 3RR0R, Electro Fear, Suppressor, Musicum Theatrum, YUZNA, Moonlight Asylum, Rescue Rapunzel, Breed Machine, Crayven
SYNTHATTACK IS BACK! HARSH IS BACK!
This new aggrotech masterpiece will be released on October 27th. 2017
On their third album, 'Harsh Is Back', SYNTHATTACK deliver brutal, danceable dark electro to the clubs of this world. Pumping bass meets harsh vocals and aggressive synth-lines. With an apocalyptic mix of dark electro, industrial and EBM, they pay homage to the electronic side of the dark scene.
After performing with big names like AGONOIZE and NOISUF-X, as a finalist of the Mera Luna Newcomer Contest 2016, and with an unrelenting stream of bookings in Europe and abroad, the duo has now established itself as a solid presence in the dark scene. With their new and third album, SYNTHATTACK breathe fresh air into the dark electro scene and prove that this project is more than ready to dominate the top of the dark electro scene.
The album contains 17 powerful tracks, including a co-production with the industrial project SUPPRESSOR as well as seven remixes from electro industrial pioneers like [X]-RX and ALIEN VAMPIRES, and exciting newcomers like ALIEN:NATION, CHAMAELEON, KRYONIX, DEVICE NOIZE and SINDIKHATE.
With 'Harsh Is Back', SYNTHATTACK once again deliver an album that really captivates all fans of hard electronic music and should make them ecstatic.
'Harsh Is Back' is being released as a limited 6-page digipak with an 8-page booklet. Preorder the album now on Bandcamp, iTunes or Amazon and get 1 instant gratification track (instant download) per week till the release of the album! For the first week which starts right now we're pleased to present you the first track "Blood Dance 2.0".
SHIV-R - "Requiem for the Hyperreal"
Australian industrial act SHIV-R return in 2017 with their 4th full-length album "Requiem for the Hyperreal", serving as both a fascinated documentation of the power of delusion and a desperate cry for something real.
The album comes after extensive touring of over 20 countries in Europe and North & Central America since their last album, and heavy rotation on alternative dancefloors with their most recent release "On Blackened Wings" hitting #1 in the DAC (German Alternative Charts) in 2015. At the core of SHIV-R are Pete Crane (vocals & music) and Ben Bulig (music), driven by the need for self-expression and pushing for musical evolution.
The music hits PRODIGY-style depth charges and EBM club elements on its way to IAMX-style expressiveness and vocal hooks that wouldn't sound out of place if sung by MARILYN MANSON. Presented with a provocatively dark, lace-filtered visual style, the group is altogether monstrously seductive. The 12 songs on "Requiem for the Hyperreal" weave a dark, dynamic tapestry that varies from the industrial drive of "Malediction" to the musicbox slither of "Milk and Honey", with Pete Crane's lyrics describing a personification of fear over swampy textures in the song "Here in the Dark" and carving out a manifesto for self-creation over the heavy, broken beats of "Something to Say". Far from a dream, "Requiem for the Hyperreal" hits the real world digitally and physically now!
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