Revival: Dance Or Die – Psychoburbia

April 14, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Dance Or Die prepare a comeback in June 2011 with their 6th (concept) album, “Nostradamnation”. Tracks known so far include “Sleeping in your grave”, “432000”, “Purgatory”, “Empty hearts”, “Northern Winter” and “Helios”. The news was announced on the band’s official website.

Dance or Die – remember their 1992 hit “Psychoburbia” – is an electronic band, formed in 1988 by the two Berlin residents Andreas Goldacker and Gary Wagner. Falgalas (born Heiko Duus) joined the band in 1993, first for live touring, later as full member. Chris L. (born Christian Lorenz) joined in 1998, so far only for live performances.

Their first, eponymously-titled mini album was the first release ever of Berlin-based label Machinery. After the label’s demise, they signed with Polydor in 1997. But after one album (“Dehumanizer”) that partnership ended. 2001 saw the release of their final (until now) album “Schlafende Energie” on Synthetic Symphony. For the new album the band has joined hands with Out Of Line. (Via SL)

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