Vomito Negro - Entitled

Vomito Negro is the mythical EBM-industrial act formed in Belgium in 1983. The band has a vast discography that started with a self-titled EP in 1985 and continued with diverse releases on renowned labels like KK Records, Antler-Subway and more recently on Out of Line and Scanner.

Vomito Negro’s musical approach, essentially based on the European “Industrialist” tradition, takes a different angle on every record with synthesized psychodramas that range from danceable to contemplative, from instrumental and ambient to voice-ridden and brutal.

The new album “Entitled” was created with unreleased tracks from the early 80’s. All songs were re-arranged and re-recorded with the use of original vintage hardware synthesizers, sequencers and drum machines.

LP / CD / Digital Album

Posted on April 13th, 2021 under Releases, ,

Absolute Body Control ‎- A New Dawn

Absolute Body Control is back with new material after more than ten years. The legendary minimal-synth-wave duo formed in 1980 by Dirk Ivens and joined a bit later by Eric van Wonterghem has been working together again and got finished a new EP. Six songs that fuse their classic sound with a theme that reflects the times of change that humanity is going through.

10″ EP / CD

Posted on March 10th, 2021 under Releases, ,

Randolph & Mortimer - Manifesto For A Modern World

Here’s the first full length album from Randolph & Mortimerm, a New Beat / EBM / Industrial project from Sheffield, UK.

2 x LP / Digital Album

Posted on August 17th, 2020 under Releases, ,

Blind Vision - Look At Me

Blind Vision is the project started in 1988 by Andreas Froese (former Club Bizarre / Technoclub DJ) that released on New Zone (brother label of Zoth Ommog and Suck Me Plasma) some classic EBM & “Sound of Frankfurt” hits featuring collaborations and production work by Ralf Henrich (Robotiko Rejekto, Axodry), Markus Nikolai (Bigod 20), Sevren Ni-Arb (X-Marks The Pedwalk), Claus Larsen (Leaether Strip) and Vernon B.

LP / Digital Album

Posted on December 21st, 2018 under Releases, ,

Some Have To Dance .​.​.​Some Have To Kill .​.​.​Two

Second instalment of our compilation focused to obscure techno/EBM/electro. A selection of new and unreleased tracks by six projects from different latitudes. The opening track is a collaboration between Dmitry Distant (Latvia) and Gestalt (Russia) with a dark electro tune that works perfect as warm-up. Deep Pill (USA) offers a versatile technoid tune and Blac Kolor (Germany) closes the A side with a hard and hypnotic piece. Viktor Kalima (Finland) opens the B side with a body music attack, followed by Santiago (USA) with four minutes of pure psychosis and dementia, and Rendered, the duo formed by Daniel Myer (Germany) and Clément Perez (France), closes this sonic trip with a strong and massive cut that will leave you attached to a never ending loop in your head.

12″ / Digital Album

Posted on October 20th, 2018 under Releases,