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Endless Shame has finally set a date for the release of their new album.
Their CD entitled ‘Elevator‘ is a full force of Electronic pop-music played with passion and determination.
Endless Shame is an alternative band from the south of Sweden. Their music is mainly electronic but it also contains guitar, bass, percussion and other live instruments. The style of the music is a mixture of elctro, synth pop, alternative rock and EBM. Endless Shame started out as a band in the early 90?s but it wasn’t until 2003 (when Anders Olsson moved back from London to Sweden) that the band came together as a “real” band. In 2007 Endless Shame released their debut album “Price Of Devotion” on the label K-Town Records. The album was nominated for the “Best Synth Album of the year”-award at the Manifestgalan in Stockholm in the spring of 2008. In 2009 the band signed with the label “A Different Drum” and in November the same year their second album “Unspoken Words” was released. In 2010 Endless Shame decided to part ways with “A Different Drum”. Their new record company became the Italian record label “EK Product”. In November 2010 the band went to Italy to record a video for one of the songs from the album. The name of the song is “The Reaper” and the video was released on the album “Generation Blind” in the spring of 2011. During 2011 and 2012 Endless Shame have been focusing on playing live and recording their new album “Elevator” This album contains 10 top songs in an great electro style. The album will be released in October 2012.
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MonsterGod: Resurrection without torture. A unique ElectroDark and Industrial climate of MonsterGod’s music.
After over two years of silence, MonsterGod returns to the scene and to dancefloors with its new studio album ending apocalyptic triptic Newborn Monster – Reborn Monster – Resurrected. Resurrected, will be released on October 26th.The Polish duo consists of Smola responsible for synths, guitars and production and the vocalist – Schitter. The band exists since 2004 and has developed a mature, dark genre combining elements of EBM, dark electro and industrial music. This eclectic mix is MonsterGod’s proposal for demanding fans, but it belongs perfectly well in clubs and lounges. Characteristic for the band is their fascination with work of authors such as Charles Baudelaire, William Blake, James Joyce and many more. Interpretations of their poems and essays in ominous tones create a unique gothic and dark industrial climate of MonsterGod’s music. Featured song Jerusalem is rhythmic and powerfully delivered crowd-pleaser. Apocryphal lyrics are based on the work on William Blake whose early musical interpretation is commonly considered the United Kingdom’s unofficial national anthem. MonsterGod released 2 albums and 3 eps. Some tracks was featured on music compilations CD like An Electro Tribute to Depeche Mode or Dance of the Dead.
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