A new album is on the way from Skinny Puppy, Weapon.
“With the theme of a full circle return to our electronic roots and equipment, everything seemed right, and like the buzz of something new it brought us back,” Skinny Puppy’s cEvin Key told Rolling Stone.
One of the new tracks from the Skinny Puppy album, saLvo, is available as a free download at the Rolling Stone
Taken from the album WEAPON
North America release date: May 28, 2013
German/Austria/Switzerland release date: May 24, 2013
Rest of the World: May 27, 2013
Skinny Puppy continues to releases teasers from their upcoming album via Youtube and so far judging from the 4-6 teasers that I have been listening to I must say that is sounds promising.
Full Album http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3c8nT9LeVk
Music by Skinny Puppy performing Cullorblind from HanDover. (C) 2011
Download album u can here http://dl.rutracker.org/forum/dl.php?t=3760268
Cullorblind from HanDover.
Ovirt from HanDover.
Released October 25/28 2011
Here’s a teaser from Skinny Puppy
I decided to make cutting-snippet from the upcoming album Skinny Puppy – “Handover”. It will be released October 28, 2011.
Pre-order the album for you here http://www.amazon.de/s/275-1987046-7605069?ie=UTF8&search-type=ss&tag…
The new Skinny Puppy album “In Solvent See” is already delayed and now we hear that it is moved to February 2011. The next releases from their label SPV is the new Funker Vogt album and Covenant single on October 22.
New release schedule of Synthetic Symphony. Included in the planning are new and long awaited releases from Die Krupps, Covenant, Funker Vogt and Skinny Puppy. First is Die Krupps with no less than 4 releases. Out on August 23 is the “Beyond” MCD which is their first all new material since their 1997 album “Paradise Now”. Next is the yet untitled album which will be out on September 27. The release will be available in two different editions. Next is the re-release of the band’s 1981 debut “Stahlwerksinfonie” holding a bonus CD. Also out on November 22 is the re-release of “The Final Option + The Final Remixes” 2CD (1993) including exclusive bonus-material.
Coming up on SPV (these release dates are not final):
- WELLE:ERDBALL – Operation Zeitsturm DVD+CD out feb./march: Announced for ages – the movie by/featuring Welle:Erdball plus exclusive CD!
- COVENANT – Modern Ruin CD/2CD out feb./march: 4 years after “Skyshaper” and 3 years after their last official release “In Transit”, Covenant return with an all new full-length album. There will also be a limited 2CD edition.
- DIE KRUPPS – New album CD/CDL out march/april: Legendary German electro-pioneers DIE KRUPPS announce an all new album for spring 2010. Available in two different editions.
- SKINNY PUPPY – New album CD/CDL out march/april: Skinny Puppy return with their follow-up to “Mythmaker” towards march/april next year. Also their album should be available in two different editions.
- FUNKER VOGT – New album CD/CDL out march/april: also Funker Vogt announce a new album, following their “Warzone” Live-double CD and double-DVD.
And there is some good news coming in from SPV. With Sony Music Entertainment Germany backing up the Hanover-based independent music company SPV, Sony Music had already started distributing a large part of SPV’s repertoire on the latter’s behalf starting October 1, 2009. They now also announced approximate release dates for several of their more famous electro signings. More details of these releases after the jump!
The extensive partnership with Sony will have a duration of several years and includes an option for Sony Music to buy SPV in the end. The partnership was the only way of maintaining the company’s business operations up until the present day. SPV has been in business for 25 years. Up until its insolvency, it had over 80 employees and generated sales of more than €80 million ($113.7 million) a year.
In May 2009 the German label SPV had sent out a message to its business partners saying that they had to initiate insolvency proceedings.
According to a news posting on the official Skinny Puppy MySpace website, the band is planning a new studio album and tour for 2009. Rumour has it that the newest puppy would see the light of day somewhere in October. The current line-up of the band consists of Cevin Key, Ogre and Mark Walk with additional help from Otto von Schirach and Aaron from Venetian Snares.
Skinny Puppy is a Canadian band, formed in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1982. Initially envisioned as an experimental side project by cEvin Key (born Kevin Crompton) while he was in the new wave band Images In Vogue, Nivek Ogre (born Kevin Ogilvie) soon joined as vocalist and Skinny Puppy evolved into a full-time project. Over the course of a dozen studio albums and many live tours, Key and Ogre have been the only constant members. Other members have included the late Dwayne Goettel (1986–1995), Dave “Rave” Ogilvie, Mark Walk (2003–present), and a number of guests, including Bill Leeb (1985–1986, under the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder), Al Jourgensen (1989), and many others. The group is widely considered the founders of the electro-industrial sub genre.
After 12 years of silence they are back – our good old EBM buddies Nitzer Ebb. According to sources they are recoding a new studio album as we speak and the good news you can here what it is gonna sound like already today. Follow the link and you can here a sample of their new song Payroll.
And it is pretty clear that they haven´t forgotten their roots either, sweet
“When we were choosing songs for the ‘Saw IV’ soundtrack, we asked ourselves, ‘What kind of music would the ‘Saw’ characters Jigsaw and Amanda listen to?’” reveals Jonathan Scott Miller, principal of Artists’ Addiction Records, which will issue Saw IV Original Soundtrack on CD and as a digital release October 23, 2007; an extended digital release will follow in November. Miller served as soundtrack producer alongside Artists’ Addiction principals Jonathan Platt and Jonathan McHugh (“Saw IV” producers Oren Koules and Mark Burg are executive soundtrack producers).
The answer to this pivotal question, as any fan of the hit “Saw” film series would guess, are the dangerous, dramatic strains of hard rock, metal and industrial music. These sounds are represented on Saw IV Original Soundtrack by giants of those genres – Nitzer Ebb, who unveil highly anticipated new material with the hard-hitting “Payroll (JohnO Mix),” Ministry (“Life Is Good”), Skinny Puppy (“Spasmolytic [Deftones Remix (Habitual Mix)]),” “Saw” composer/Nine Inch Nails alum Charlie Clouser (“Just Begun”) and Sixx: A.M., fronted by Mötley Crüe bassist/songwriter Nikki Sixx (“Tomorrow”) – as well as established bands who’ve been influenced by them, including Drowning Pool (“Shame”) and Avenged Sevenfold (“Eternal Rest”), and up-and-comers forging a similarly creative path like From Autumn to Ashes (“On the Offensive”) and Submersed (“Better Think Again”).
From the good old days: