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6 Comm Interview with Patrick Leagas By Malice F. aka Fotini G.   Before we begin, we would like to thank you for this exclusive interview for your fans in Greece, who have been eagerly waiting for your live performance here in Athens at 21/01/2015 for a long time now.  Patrick Leagas: Well thank you Fotini very much for asking me. I must say that after nearly 36 years since I first played in band in 1977/8 I have finally...

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WAVE – GOTIK – TREFFEN 2017 Festival Preview – by Fotini G. aka Malice F. WAVE – GOTIK – TREFFEN 2017: dark-romantic celebrations every year at Whitsun in Leipzig - Germany Festival Preview - by Malice F. The biggest worldwide music -and not only- gothic festival is back for the 26th consecutive year. There is not a single fan of the new & dark Wave/ EBM/ Industrial/ Neofolk /Gothic/ Post Punk scene that hasn’t heard of and furthermore hasn’t dreamt...

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XIII. AMPHI FESTIVAL 2017 22. & 23.07.2017 – COLOGNE | TANZBRUNNEN EISBRECHER, APOPTYGMA BERZERK, COMBICHRIST KIRLIAN CAMERA, DAS ICH & MANY MORE AT AMPHI 2017 Dear Amphi Fans,  Autumn is here and it’s getting cold. Time to get stovestoking, throwing some hot coals into the flame which ignites the Amphi Festival 2017. Therefore today’s programme update comes along heavily packed. Not only with full throttle rock and chunky electrobeats but also with a few surprises to discover. Let’s lift the...



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VII. E-TROPOLIS FESTIVAL 2017 COVENANT, AGONOIZE UND [X]-RX BESTÄTIGT Am 18. März 2017 wird Oberhausen erneut zur Hauptstadt der düsteren Electrobeats. „BÄSSER-HÄRTER-LAUTER“ in der Turbinenhalle mit den Hochkarätern aus EBM, ELECTROPOP, SYNTHPOP und INDUSTRIAL. Zu den 11 bestätigten Bands gesellen sich nun drei weitere Kracher, die es in sich haben: COVENANTAGONOIZE[X]-RX Mit ihrem im November erscheinenden Album „The Blinding Dark“ läuten COVENANT drei Jahre nach „Leaving Babylon“ das nächste Kapitel ein. Dabei lassen es sich die Gentleman-Klangpioniere um den charismatischen...


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Marilyn Manson is to sing for Johnny Depp's son.

Marilyn Manson is planning to perform at a birthday party for Johnny Depp's son.

The goth rocker seems an unlikely choice as an entertainer at a young boy's party ' however, Depp's son Jack has specially requested him.

Jack turns ten on April 9 and Manson has agreed to play a set to mark the big day.

The outrageous singer spent time with Jack after he asked Depp to feature on a version of Carly Simon's 1972 hit You're So Vain for his new album.

"We did a cover version together of a song which we thought was ironic for each other. Johnny played the drums and lead guitar and I played guitar and sang,' Manson told MTV News. "Johnny''s son Jack, whose birthday I''m gonna perform at, was in the room and played on the song too.'

Manson also revealed details about his promo to accompany the new single. He says Depp will feature in the video for You're So Vain.

"It''s pretty cool. The video will probably be us looking at each other like a mirror," he explained.

Depp and Manson have been friends for years. The unlikely duo first met on the set of 21 Jump Street ' the cult 80s television show starring Depp. Manson was an extra on the crime series when he struck up a friendship with the Hollywood star.

Solitary Experiments: "The Great Illusion Tour" Part 2

Die Jungs von Solitary Experiments haben wohl noch immer nicht genug die Clubs/Festivals unsicher zu machen und so gibt es NEUE Tourdaten zur "The GREAT Illusion 2012".

Auf dem folgendem Flyer könnt ihr sehen Wann und Wo ihr Euch Tickets sichern müsst um eine der wie ICH finde IMMER tollen Shows mitzuerleben!!


Out since February is the new [de:ad:cibel] EP "Self-fulfilling Prophecy" !!!

The band name [de:ad:cibel] alludes to the “loudness war” in music productions - in other words moving towards higher sound levels and decreasing dynamic. Technically measured in "decibel" (dB), in music this dynamic represents the difference between low and loud passages.

To get a maximum punchy sound, a dynamic mix aims for the zero level. We have substituted the word "dead" for the cipher zero, which means [de:ad:cibel] signifies very loudly mixed and aggressive music - adequate to describe our sound.

By their fans [de:ad:cibel] are called THE GERMAN BASS MACHINE. Started in 2010, [de:ad:cibel] are hitting in clubs worldwide.


Out since February is the new [de:ad:cibel] EP "Self-fulfilling Prophecy". The EP has been made available as a limited digipak of just 250 copies. With nearly 35 minutes of music this new 9-Track EP includes remixes of the title track by Plastic Noise Experience, amGod and Notstandskomitee.

In addition it will contain the new song "Rain of Gold" in two versions and the new song "Beat Plastique". The "Self-fulfilling Prophecy" video clip completes the package.




Self-fulfilling Prophecy : Single Version

Self-fulfilling Prophecy : Bassmachine Mix by Notstandskomitee

Rain of Gold : Original Version

Self-fulfilling Prophecy : From Heaven to Hell Remix by amGod

Rain of Gold : Synthetic Raincoat Mix by [de:ad:cibel]

Self-fulfilling Prophecy : Remix by Plastic Noise Experience

Self-fulfilling Prophecy : Remix by n´angst

Beat Plastique : Tour Ordinaire Mix by [de:ad:cibel]

Self-fulfilling Prophecy : Videoclip by J. Tochtenhagen.






Peter Hook heading for the courts with New Order.

Peter Hook has admitted that his ongoing dispute with his former bandmates in New Order is heading for the courts.

New Order announced in late 2011 that they had reformed, but that Hook would not be part of their line-up. Instead keyboard player Gillian Gilbert, who hadn't performed with the band for over 10 years, rejoined and bass duties were taken up by Tom Chapman, who was part of frontman Bernard Sumner's recent project Bad Lieutenant.

Hook has been very vocal in his condemnation of the reunion and has now told NME that he will be taking on his bandmates in court to settle the dispute.

Asked about his legal situation with New Order, Hook replied: "It looks like we're going to court; neither side looks amenable to backing down."

Then asked if he wanted to stop the band using the name 'New Order', Hook replied: " I'm not against them playing, but what I'm rallying against is the business dealings they've done to secure the New Order trademark, which is oppression of a minority, which is illegal. They've taken the New Order name and the trademark and basically thrown me 50p and said 'That's all your worth twatface. That's what you get for playing Joy Division music'. It's a business thing. They are in a position of strength because there's three of them, but what they're saying is that the New Order name has got nothing to do with me and that's what I dispute."

Hook also revealed that he's seen some footage of the band playing live on their recent tour of Australia and New Zealand and is convinced that the band's new bass player Tom Chapman is actually miming along to his bass parts.

He said of this: "I've watched so-called 'New Order' playing in Auckland and Tom Chapman is miming along to my bass on tape. 'Round & Round'. Have a look at it. He's got his fingers on the low and you can hear my high bass in the background. So he's miming. It's the Milli Vanilli of bass."

Asked if he was annoyed by this, he said: "It's a fantastic compliment, but I best get on to my intellectual property lawyer and see if it's something you're allowed to do. I do think that miming to my bass is pretty much the ultimate insult. Still, check it out, there I am lurking in the background like a ghost."

New Order have responded to Hook's allegations, telling NME that although part of Chapman's bassline is pre-recorded, they are not using any of Hook's basslines in their live show.

They told NME: "On the chorus of 'Round & Round' there is a low bass part, a high bass part and Tom sings backing vocals. It's more than one person can manage so Tom recorded his high bass part and it's replayed as part of the backing track sequence. We strongly refute the allegation that New Order are using any of Mr Hook's bass playing in our live performance. When Mr Hook was part of New Order he tracked his parts that couldn't be played live because they coincided with other parts. We are simply doing the same with our new bass player."

They also said in response to Hook's comments: "People living in glass houses shouldn't throw stones or their recent fake DJing YouTube hit might need to be recalled. Keep watching."

Hook also spoke about the recent discovery of Joy Division and New Order master tapes in Jamie Oliver's restaurant in Manchester and revealed that the find had yielded video footage and complete audio recordings of 'Festival Of The Tenth Summer'.

'Festival Of The Tenth Summer' ran in the summer of 1986 and was given to celebrate Manchester. It featured a gig at the city's GMEX venue with performances from the likes of The Smiths, Echo And The Bunnymen and The Fall.

Hook added that due to his ongoing situation with New Order, it was unlikely the material from the festival would be released.

Speaking about this, Hook said: "The greatest thing we found in Jamie Oliver's was actually 'The Tenth Summer' tapes. But because we've now fallen out and there's no communication between us, we're not going to be able to do anything with them, which is sad and so they're stuck in limbo. But there's video footage and the complete audio recordings of all the bands, Echo And The Bunnymen, Smiths, Buzzcocks, New Order. It would make a great record."

Peter Hook will play Joy Division's 1981 compilation album 'Still' in full at two shows at Manchester's 251 venue on May 18 and 19. Charities Mind and Forever Manchester will both receive some of the proceeds from the shows.

Anne Clark guitarist Jeff Aug sets new world record !!!

Anne Clark guitarist Jeff Aug sets new world record for the category 'the most concerts performed in different countries in 24 hours'


On Saturday, March 3rd 2012, accompanied by videographer Daniel Munding, U.S. guitarist Jeff Aug (also known for his work with Anne Clark) successfully set a new world record for the category "the most concerts performed in different countries in 24 hours", by performing 9 concerts in 9 different countries in 23 hours, 11 minutes, and 52 seconds. Each concert was over 45 minutes in length. Above is a picture of Jeff Aug in Hohenems, Austria on March 3, 2012 after completing the series of concerts.


To get on time to all of the concerts Aug made use of rental cars, taxis, airport limosine services, flights, busses and motorcycles and even a moto-taxi. 

The musician expects a Guinness(TM) World Record confirmation from Guinness(TM) for the world record in the next few weeks.


The "Raw Fingers & Steel Strings World Record Tour 2012" included the following performances:

03.03.2012, 12:15 AM, LU-Heinerscheid, Centre culturel à Heinerscheid

03.03.2012, 01:30 AM, BE-Sankt Vith, Triangel

03.03.2012, 03:17 AM, NL-Maastricht, Sociëteit SV KoKo

03.03.2012, 05:25 AM, DE-Düsseldorf, O´Reilly´s

03.03.2012, 10:00 AM, FR-Paris, Les Bus Palladium

03.03.2012, 03:25 PM, IT-Milan, Land Of Live

03.03.2012, 05:45 PM, CH-Mendrisio, La Birraria in Mendirsio

03.03.2012, 08:55 PM, FL-Vaduz, Tattoo-Convention Liechtenstein

03.03.2012, 10:49 PM, AT-Hohenems, Löwensaal 


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