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We've launched a PATREON campaign in which we deliver a new song, blipvert/video and live stream approximately each month. This will be our platform to try a "live" and spontaneous way to working - and you get to watch it evolve! There is also an option for monthly merch discounts - as there is A LOT of awesome new stuff coming this year!Angelspit's new album "BLACK DOG BITE" is pure mayhem! Ultra-brutal beats, dirty synths, scathing vocals and cynical lyrics. IT'S TOUGH AS F*CK!

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Sputnik Music reviews Hello My Name Is

4.5 = superb
“There is no doubt that Hello My Name Is is the band’s most accessible release. However catchy the music is, though, it is equally dark, terrifying, and driven by anger….If there was ever a time to listen to Angelspit’s music, now would be the time.”



Coma Magazine Reviews Hello My Name Is

“In every aspect, this album is a masterpiece of creativity. The attention to every expression of the presentation, from the placement of sounds, the melodies, the vocals to the very clothes they wear prove that Angelspit are artists for this new age of angst, digital living and protest.”

ReGen Magazine reviews Hello My Name Is

“As catchy as it is disconcerting, as belligerent as it is melodic, the latest album from Angelspit is a full throttle assault on modern society.
Hello My Name Is marks another tour de force from a band that remains vigilant in its mission to challenge to the status quo.”

4 Stars



Band to support Blood on the Dance Floor
With their stellar European tour only just completed, electro-punk act Angelspit have announced their Fall 2011 tour of the United States, supporting alternative/electronic act Blood on the Dance Floor.

“Every gig on this tour is all ages,” says founder Zoog Von Rock, “so we can finally play to our younger supporters and unleash all out war with our new five piece line-up.”

Angelspit will tour in full five-piece format. The tour, with supporting act New Years Day, will begin October 14 in San Diego and encircle the U.S., wrapping up November 23 in Tuscon.

“We are so thrilled to be able to bring our intense full band sound to new cities and audiences.”


Content deemed too explicit for public consumption
Angelspit have released a new video for the song “Toxic Girl,” off the band’s latest album Carbon Beauty.
Due to its explicit content, the “Toxic Girl” video, directed by Tamas Mesmer, is considered For Mature Audiences Only. Angelspit’s YouTube channel will host a censored version of the video to comply with the content regulations.
Angelspit hopes to release a complete, uncensored version of the video in the near future.
>> View “Toxic Girl [Censored]” here
>> Toxic Girl (Full uncensored version) here




Trey Spencer from reviews Carbon Beauty




Fourteen AMAZING entries! We whittled them down to 5 finalists – each of them were winners in their own right. The winner was picked because it was different, fast and simple.

Angelspit would like to welcome their new member – an American videographer who goes by the pseudonym “The Liar”. The Liar is a editor/film butcher who is politically and technologically savvy. Expect to see bandwidth burn!

In the winning entry, “The Liar” twists, spins and destroys FUCK THE REVOLUTION. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is just a simple kaleidoscope – each shot has been calculated, edited and placed to produce a spiraling frenzy as the song goes into the blender.
“Film is truth 24 times a second. . . And every cut is a lie.”
-Jean Luc Godard.
See the winning video here:

>> View all the entrants