• CD,  Distribution

    Apoptose – Zukunft

    Apoptose – Die Zukunft
    Label: Tesco Organisation ‎– TESCO 128, Tesco Organisation ‎– 128
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: Germany
    Style: Dark Ambient, Ambient, Downtempo, Synthwave, Modern Classical

    In the four years of production Apoptose selected a wide range of different singers for this album. Most outstanding is classical trained tenor Daniel Sans. He sings «What Power Art Thou» – a song that was composed by Henry Purcell in the late 17th century. Apoptose and Sans preserve the complex harmonic structure of the original translating it into a breathtaking five minute ride in apoptotic soundspheres. They succeed in conjuring up Purcell’s «cold genius» that had already fascinated legendary countertenor Klaus Nomi in the 1980s. Other voices on «Die Zukunft» include the gloomy spoken words of the advance single «Time-lapse City», the lost girl’s voice on the title track and two female singers on «Dornen». Consistent with the album title Apoptose does not look back, but is heading for novel territories within the dark ambient music genre

  • Distribution,  Vinyl

    Folkstorm ‎– Dödsabnorm (Vinyl, LP)

    Folkstorm ‎– Dödsabnorm (Vinyl, LP)
    Label: Old Europa Cafe ‎– OELP 035
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition
    Country: Italy
    Released: 2021
    Style: Industrial

    Limited to 100 copies.

    Folkstorm started out as a martial industrial project of Henrik Nordvargr Björkk in 1999. Over the years it has progressed into a more refined beast, mixing punkish rhythmic noise with aggressive vocals.

    «Only a year after the «Nihil Total» album Folkstorm returns stronger than ever with an album of suffocating and death-infused ortodox industrial.
    Recorded using only 70´s circuitry and lots of metallic percussion Nordvargr has created a dense atmosphere that is dark and threatening as well as hypnotic.»
    Recorded September 2020 in Studio Nar Mattaru
    All music by Henrik Nordvargr Björkk: Serge 73-75, metals, FX
    «Obotlig» is dedicated to Marcus LaBonte