New stuff from In Strict Confidence
“Set Me Free”, taken from the current In Strict Confidence album “La Parade Monstrueuse”, is now being released as a 14-track EP-CD. The CD includes the videoclip of “Silver Bullets”, an 8:30 minutes extended version of the title-track, a piano interpretation, remixes of other artists of various songs. More details as they get release.
Formed in 1989/1990, they were known as Seal of Secrecy until 1992. They started out as a quartet, but stripped down to a duo (Dennis Ostermann and Joerg Schelte) in 1992, releasing two demos tapes on the way to their debut release “Cryogenix” on Zoth Ommog in 1996, shortly followed by the EP “Collapse”.
The band left the label after releasing the follow-up effort “Face The Fear” in 1998, releasing their third album “Love Kills!” on the very short lived Bloodline label two years later.