Saturday morning synth teaser from Front Line Assembly – “AirMech”

September 15, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

FLA has released little nice electro taster on SoundCloud

“Monarch” by Delerium & Nadina

August 22, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Delirium’s official music video for the new track “Monarch” (with guest appearances by singer Nadine), the first single release from the upcoming Delerium album “Music Box Opera”. Delerium is a side project of Front Line Assembly-frontman and vocalist Bill Leeb. Enjoy!

Sunday morning music treats featuring LOWE, FLA and more

November 6, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The video for Lowe’s new single “Berlin Night Express”

Front Line Assembly – Vanished

This is the classic EBM / proto-rave monster club hit by legendary Canadian Industrial Music group DIGITAL POODLE. This video was shot and edited on super 8 mm film by DION CONFLICT in 1992, but the track was originally recorded in 1991 for the CFNY-FM compilation CD “Modern Rock”.

Plotslichmusik – Wasserliebe

Front Line Assembly, Die Krupps and Cyanotic embark on US tour

May 3, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Vancouver based, industrial music pioneers Front Line Assembly with special guests German metal group Die Krupps, Cyanotic (from the US) and DJ Acucrack, hit the roadways in North America this May to promote their latest 2010 release “Improvised. Electronic. Devices”. It has been 4 years since Front Line Assembly toured North America. The tour kicks off at the Pyramid Club in Winnipeg, CAN and hits 25 cities across North America including a presence at Montreal’s Kinetik Festival.

More news on tour dates and special VIP packages with Front Line Assembly can be found at www.frontlineassembly.com .

Side-Line Music Awards – the results

December 27, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

Side-Line Music Awards are now ready, each year Side-Line nominates the best songs, bands and acts in the electro, synth, EBM etc space and now the final results are here, as voted by the Side-Line readers. And it seems Recoil got a fair share of the prices

The results of the Side-Line Music Awards 2010 are in. Yes, it did take us a few days more than we had originally planned. But then again, we never imagined getting stuck in London and Brussels the past week due to the unexpected harsh winter conditions circling over Europe. We spent the last two days counting the votes and deleting the invalid ones. But before we give the results, we really want to thank all those readers who have cast their votes in the past two election rounds. You were among the 39,203 people (!!) to have cast a valid vote. That is an all-time record for Side-Line.

Best Band:

  1. Combichrist (5,391)
  2. Unter Null (4,985)
  3. Front Line Assembly (3,818)
  4. Front 242 (3,803)
  5. Mesh (2,756)
  6. Recoil (2,542)
  7. Suicide Commando (2,459)
  8. Hocico (2,327)
  9. Depeche Mode (2,314)
  10. Leaether Strip (2,201)
  11. A-ha (2,227)
  12. Kant Kino (1,837)
  13. De/Vision (1,571)
  14. Edge Of Dawn (589)
  15. Diorama (383)

Best Album:

  1. Recoil – “Selected” (10,442)
  2. Front Line Assembly – “IED” (8,252)
  3. Unter Null – “Moving On” (7,898)
  4. OMD – “History Of Modern” (6,908)
  5. Angelspit – “Larva Pupa Tank Coffin” (5,811)

Best Single:

  1. Covenant – “Lightbringer” (10,330)
  2. Combichrist – “Scarred” (8,983)
  3. Rotersand – “Waiting To Be Born” (7,038)
  4. In Strict Confidence – “Silver Bullets” (6,825)
  5. I:Scintilla – “Prey On You” (6,027)

Best Label:

  1. Mute (13,072)
  2. Alfa Matrix (10,736)
  3. Metropolis/Dependent (10,479)
  4. Trisol (4,916)

Best Live Band:

  1. Recoil (14,545)
  2. Combichrist (9,107)
  3. Depeche Mode (6,032)
  4. Front Line Assembly (4,851)
  5. Leaether Strip (4,668)

Exclusive EP from Front Line Assembly on its way

September 13, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Front Line Assembly will have an exclusive tour EP, “Angriff” (Attack), taken from their album “Improvised Electronic Device “. This EP will only be available at the band’s concerts. This limited EP contains five new versions of “Angriff”, two previously unreleased new songs plus a radio edit. The remixers are Project Pithfork, Tim Skold (Marilyn Manson / KMFDM), Mindless Faith, tour colleagues mind.in.a.box and FLA themselves. You can check the song after the jump or order it at iTunes.

Recession Festival featuring Marc Almond, Front Line Assembly, Portion Control and more

September 2, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The Danish city Århus hosts the Recession Festival again on October 8-9. The program 2010 includes Marc Almond, Front Line Assembly, Portion Control, Rummelsnuff featuring Claus Larsen, Necro Facility, Kite, Andreas Tilliander and Familjen. More acts will be announced shortly.

Mind.In.A.Box will do its first full-length tour

August 20, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Mind.In.A.Box join Front Line Assembly live on October tour
Dependent has announced that Mind.In.A.Box will do its first full-length tour as support for the 19-show European leg of Front Line Assembly’s current world tour.

Mind.In.A.Box released their debut “Lost Alone” in 2004. The follow-up “Dreamweb” marked the real breakthrough for the Austrian duo, showcasing a combination of electronic styles and influences from technopop to EBM to trance and beyond. The following albums “Crossroads” and “R.E.T.R.O”, along with the single “8 Bits” were also well received, but the duo did not perform live until last summer, when after a year of preparations, they appeared as a five-piece at the Arvika Festival.

Since then the band has played live periodically, surfacing at the Norwegian Elektrostat Festival and Berlin’s E-Tropolis.

Into the Darkness DVD, tempting, but I think I will skip it this time as well

October 17, 2007 · Posted in Electronic Music · Comment 

Apart from the cover this could be an interesting DVD to purchase, some really good acts are presented in this fifth edition of the Into the Darkness series, to be honest I haven´t purchased any of the previous, but I did no they were available out there, LOL. This 100 minute video holds eight live clips, nine promo videos, artist greetings – and interviews with Front Line Assembly and Melotron.

intothedarkness5.jpg Input from Magazine: The live clips are: Nitzer Ebb: “Murderous” (Hamburg 2006), Front Line Assembly: “Maniacal” (Hamburg 2007), Sono: “Open the Door” (Hamburg 2006), Frozen Plasma: “Irony” (Hamburg 2006), Skinny Puppy: “Testure” (Hildesheim 2005), Grendel: “Soilbleed” (Hamburg 2005), Covenant: “The Men” (Hamburg 2006), Combichrist: “Today I Woke the Rain of Blood” (Hildesheim 2005).

The videos are: And One: “So Klingt Liebe”, Eisbrecher: “Vergissmeinnicht”, Client: “Lights Go out”, Vive La Fete: “Noir Desir”, IAMX: “President”, Ladytron: “Destroy Everything You Touch”, Purwien mit Witt: “Alle Fehler”, Formula Redux: “Stormy Grace”, Deathstars: “Blitzkrieg”.

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