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Tag: Nitzer Ebb
This week’s new releases include a new live CD/DVD set from Depeche Mode, the belated U.S. CD release of Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Industrial Complex,’ a new 2CD compilation from Einstürzende Neubauten and the 10th studio album from Meat Beat Manifesto.
Heavy on The Cure and The Smiths, tonight’s episode of “Dark Wave” on Sirius XM’s 1st Wave also featured lesser-played artists such as Acid Horse and Vicious Pink, plus an excellent one-two punch of Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Lightning Man’ and Martin Gore’s ‘Compulsion.’
The first new album in a decade-and-a-half from electro-industrial powerhouse Nitzer Ebb finally will be released on CD in the U.S. next month — albeit in expanded fashion, with a new song and a handful of mixes thrown in — as the band embarks on a fall tour of North and South America.
The high points of this week’s ‘Dark Wave’ show on Sirius XM’s classic alternative outlet 1st Wave include a dose of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry (the always-welcome ‘Heaven’), great album cuts from Depeche Mode and The Cure (‘Clean’ and ‘Torture,’ respectively) and a thumping Nitzer Ebb track (‘Murderous’).
This week’s new releases include Peter Gabriel’s new orchestral covers album, a live Pet Shop Boys CD/DVD, Niter Ebb’s first new record in 15 years and new reissues from Pixies, Bomb the Bass and 808 State.
Tweet Former Depeche Mode keyboardist Alan Wilder has revealed the tracklist and cover art for Selected, the recently announced best-of compilation from his solo electronic […]
Tweet Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, reissues and/or box sets. ARTIST: Nitzer Ebb RELEASES: Catalogue, Compilation BACKSTORY: The five-disc Catalogue collects […]
Tweet Mute Records is capitalizing on renewed interest in Nitzer Ebb — the reunited British EBM act has a new album out, and is touring […]
The wait is over for Nitzer Ebb fans: The first new studio album in nearly 15 years from the reunited electronic/industrial act quietly went on sale at major U.S. digital music outlets in the past few days, even though an official worldwide release isn’t planned until January.
Seems like old times: Depeche Mode today announced that reformed electronic/industrial duo Nitzer Ebb will open 23 European dates in January and February on the […]
Reunited electronic/industrial duo Nitzer Ebb has completed work on its first album in nearly 15 years and will embark upon a full North American tour […]