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God Module
[Florida / Metropolis Records]

God Module is the dark electronic musical project of Jasyn Bangert
with assistance from Andrew Pearson onstage and in the studio.
As underground musical trends have come and gone, God Module have
stayed at the forefront of the Dark Electronic scene for the past 20
years.
Mixing harsher musical styles (Punk, Death Rock and Metal) with his
love for electronic music (EBM, Industrial, Synthpop and Techno) God
Module was created.
Incorporating imagery and aesthetics from his interest in the Horror
genre and the Paranormal, God Module has taken on a dark persona over
the years.
With numerous successful North American headlining tours and hundreds
of shows around the world God Module have solidified their reputation
as one of the top live performers in the Industrial genre.
God Module is current signed to Metropolis Records in North America
and Infacted recordings in Europe.


Velvet Acid Christ
[Denver, Colorado / Metropolis Records]

Velvet Acid Christ returns with a new album Ora Oblivionis. Inspired by the idea of self destruction, this album touches on every aspect of the band’s sound, new & old. An analog feel runs through the album, wherein dance industrial, minimalist goth dance, dreamy piano soundscapes & industrial metal are all explored. Ora Oblivionis is a varied yet cohesive album, and Velvet Acid Christ’s finest work to date.

Velvet Acid Christ is Bryan Erickson and Dianna Recalde. Velvet acid christ has finished Ora Oblivionis that drops aug 9th, and fun with knives remastered that drops july 26th. They are currently working on the next LP for 2020 called “nothing”.


Ego Likeness
[Maryland / Metropolis Records]

Ego Likeness was created in 1999 by artist Steven Archer , a DC native, and writer Donna Lynch in Baltimore, Maryland. Taking their name from Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel ‘Dune’, the band began as an experimental/ dark trip hop project. By 2000, the couple was moving the project in a darker electronic/ dance direction, resulting in a self-released full length album entitled ‘Dragonfly’.

Ego Likeness signed with Dancing Ferret Discs for the release of 2004’s ‘Water to the Dead’. This album featured the band’s electronic roots while exploring a bit of a heavier rock sound.

For 2010, Ego Likeness signed with Metropolis Records to release their fourth album,’Breedless’.

In 2015 Ego Likeness released the long awaited fifth studio album album ‘When The Wolves Return’.

Often accused (though never convicted) of being one of the hardest working bands in the US scene, the duo somehow manage to find time to be prolific in other creative endeavors, with Steven’s additional music projects Hopeful Machines and Stoneburner, as well as being an accomplished painter and children’s book author, and Donna having published several novels including the acclaimed “Isabelle Burning” and “Red Horses”.


The Gothsicles
[Boston / Tigersquawk Records]

It’s star-born sounds off the starboard bow as the squamously famous level bosses of industrial Boston, THE GOTHSICLES, make their Dark Side of the Con debut!

These international implacables keep the raucousness cacophonous by marrying an irresponsible mix of high-energy darkness with 8-bit grit. Catch the electronic body magic!


Astari Nite
[Miami, Florida]

Astari Nite crosses an obscure mix between gothic rock and post-punk, exploring themes of death, love and the occult.
Having performed alongside acts such as Peter Murphy, The Damned, Psychedelic Furs, She Wants Revenge, She Past Away, Cold Cave, Vowws, Das Ich, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Modern English, and Bestial Mouths they have established themselves as contemporaries of the post-punk / gothic rock scene.


Red Lokust
[Pittsburgh / Distortion Productions]

In 2015, Lee Lauer of Aslan Faction approached Jim Semonik (Electronic Saviors/Rein[Forced]) at a KMFDM show. Jim’s band, Rein[Forced], was opening the gig. They became fast friends and share a mutual love of industrial music. Lee approached Jim about working on a project and thus Red Lokust was born.

Their debut album “The Repercussions of Shedding Your Skin” is a relentless assault on the mind as well as the dance floor. Dealing with subjects of personal change, selfishness, paranoia and different points of view, “Repercussions” is a solid album through and through and includes the singles “When We Knew You”, “Judgement Chamber” and “Mistakes Were Made”. Their first track, “Speechless”, appeared on the high profile Electronic Saviors 4 compilation in June 2016. The album also includes bonus remixes by Leaether Strip and Interface, was mastered by Reza Udhin of Inertia and Killing Joke, and stunning artwork by Byron Winton.

New material started filtering out in 2018 with a brand new track “I’m Not Here” on Electronic Saviors 5 another one “Letter From Grindcore” on the Respect the Prime:Constructed Cold EP. On said EP is also a collab with New Jersey’s Panic Lift called “Constructed Cold”. It was an intense club smasher that took dancefloors by storm. In 2019, Red Lokust is currently writing the follow up album “Whom the Gods Wish to Ruin, They First Drive Mad” which is due in Spring 2020. There will also be more new material on the upcoming Electronic Saviors 6:Reflection compilation in Summer 2020.


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