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CULT OF FAKE is Angelspit’s 6th studio album, set to release on June 6, 2016. EBM/EDM club-destroying beats smash against Angelspit’s harsh industrial sound on the new 12-track album, crafting a vicious new thumping hybrid, making CULT OF FAKE Angelspit’s first album to focus on dance music. 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!

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Angelspit Live Review from Salt Lake City’s Dark Arts Festival

spit_live-600UNDERGROUND AND UNDERTOW reviews Angelspit live at Salt lake City’s Dark Arts Festival

“From the moment they walked on that stage until when they left it, they owned it.”
- R.G.B. Robb, UNDERGROUND AND UNDERTOW

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Industrial Guitars

Ghost.7 from our Forum asked this question:

http://krankhaus.net/forum/index.php?topic=10839.0

so..I’ve been playing guitar for a while now, and I’m getting more and more in to industrial music.
So do you have any ideas how to get a nice aggressive industrial guitar-sound?
Like what pedals/modules can I use? What do you use?
I’ve been looking att the moogerfooger freqbox (mf-107), kinda nasty, not to cheap though :/

Thanks for this. To make an aggressive industrial guitar sound you need an aggressive industrial attitude and the tools to realise it. You need the following things to make AWESOME GUITARS happen:

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Pissing your life away…

I am increasingly frustrated by people who have great plans but lack the courage to make them happen.

Talent amounts to nothing. if you ain’t got BOLDNESS, you ain’t got anything.
I’ve met so many gifted composers who make the most amazing music…but are content with burning a few CDs for friends and uploading onto their Bandcamp, constantly working and re-working the same tracks, building up an arsenal of gear, dreaming about rock-stardom…and lacking the boldness to take the step and DO IT.

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Metasonix TM-2

Brand: Metasonix
Model: TM-2
Link: http://www.metasonix.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=13&Itemid=30

BLURB:
The guy who designed this really thinks “outside the box”. You can create standard (yet distinctive) bandpass filter sounds, or you can seriously and brutally mash the sound. The resonator does something scathing to the audio…it does not distort it, it HURTS it!
This is a double bandpass filter (2 Bandpass Filters working in Parallel approx 1 octave apart), so it sounds different to a Low Pass Filter (most filters are Low Pass). At it’s core is a valve…and you can really hear it’s influence on the sound.

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Angelspit Remixes Snog

Angelspit appears on the latest release from fellow Australians SNOG. The digital release “Cheerful Hypocrisy” is a timely and very constructive message of mindfulness and well-being.

Utilising the sciences of happiness and social optimisation, ‘Cheerful Hypocrisy’ moves with an energetic swing and makes an enthusiastic contribution to psychosomatic productivity and trans-humanist rationality. Lyrically and musically refined to maximise behavioural economic growth and social capital, ‘Cheerful Hypocrisy’ lauds calculated hedonism and rewards market-responsible libertarianism through vaudevillian verve and electro-pop precision.

Cheerful Hypocrisy and The Clockwork Man are from the album ‘Compliance™’
Available October 16th 2015 on Metropolis Records (Met994)

DETAILS AND PRE-ORDER

Question about Religion

 

Recently, Kala Gombos asked me this question via email. I thought it was such a good question I’d post it here…
I’d love to hear other your thoughts on this topic.

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MoogerFooger (MF-101)

Brand: Moog Music
Mode: MoogerFooger (MF-101)
Link: http://www.moogmusic.com/moogerfooger/?section=product&product_id=62

BLURB:
This is apparently an exact replica of the 24dB Low Pass Transitor Ladder Filter used in the famous Moog55 modular. This filter is AWESOME! I think we’ve used it on every track…although there were a few tracks in Blood Death Ivory that used the Doepfer A-102 or Analogue Systems RS-500e diode filter…these two filters sound as distinctive and BEEFY as the Moog.

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Riffs and Chaos

I got an email from Keegan who asked about making music. Keegan was kind enough to let me post my response here…I really hope this helps!

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Analogue Systems RS-500e EMS Filter

Brand: Analogue Systems

Model: RS-500e EMS Filter
Link: http://www.analoguesystems.co.uk/pdf/RS500E.pdf

BLURB:
We’d been wanting to get one of these for years…then one just magically appeared in Schneiders’ Buero. It was love at first sight. The RS-500e has a beautiful, gentle, thumping yet “whiney” sound. It’s got the beef of a Moog but it sounds completely different.

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NOISEFERATU SOUNDTRACK – LIVE!

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Angelspit’s original score for the 1922 silent film Nosferatu.
A hellish soundscape performed by The Gothsicles, The Dead Room and Angelspit – LIVE!

Featuring experimental noise instruments built specifically for the show, plus a large portion of the soundtrack being performed by the audience on their smart phones.

NOISEFERATU – Angelspit’s Live Horror Movie Soundtrack. USA tour this October.

Oct 09:  Chicago, IL @ Elastic Arts : DETAILS : BUY TIX

Oct 28: Cleveland, OH @ Fastbacks Brewhouse and Grill : DETAILS

Oct 29: Champaign, IL @ Mike n Molly’s : DETAILS

Oct 31: Wilmington, DE @ Asylum 13 : DETAILS

Nov 02: Boston – TBA

Nov 03: Albany, NY – TBA

http://noiseferatu.com/

Poster design by Jessi Adrignola www.jes.si