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Northern Light is Covenant's fifth full-length album, released by Sony KA2 and Metropolis Records in October, 2002. A limited edition digipak version of the album was also released, along with 1000 numbered double vinyl releases.
Sony copies of this record included copy-protection technology in an attempt to prevent consumers from digitizing their album.
Defiance is Assemblage 23's third studio album, released through Metropolis Records and Accession Records in October 2002. The album contains the song "Document," released as a single prior to the release of Defiance. The album received high appraisal from electronic music magazine ReGen.
As We Fall
Bodypop is the ninth studio album by German synthpop group And One, released in September 2006 by Out of Line records. It was produced by singer Steve Naghavi.
Overall, the album features a more polished synthpop sound than the previous record. Also unlike its predecessor, it contains English songs as well as German. Some releases came with the Frontfeuer EP, which featured an extra five studio tracks. This EP was released on its own on December 5, 2006.
"Military Fashion Show", "So Klingt Liebe" and "Traumfrau" were released as singles.
Spectators is the fourth full album of the German synthpop duo Wolfsheim. As with all of their commercially available albums, this album is bilingual, although most tracks are in English. Four singles were released from this album: "Once in a Lifetime", "It's Hurting for the First Time", "Künstliche Welten" and "Sleep Somehow".
The disc debuted at #2 on the German album charts.
No Instruments is the debut album from Neuroticfish released in 1999.
"Close" - 3:49
"Unexpected" - 4:23
"Skin" - 4:05
"Black Again" - 5:08
"Pain" - 5:10
"Inside" - 5:06
"Mechanic of the Sequence" - 4:07
"M.F.A.P.L." - 4:19
"Breaking the Cliche" - 4:14
"Hospitality" - 4:03
"War" - 3:32
"Ultrahymn" - 3:45
Harmonizer (Deluxe Bonus Track Edition) [Remastered]
Harmonizer is the fourth studio album by Norwegian futurepop band Apoptygma Berzerk. It was released on 25 February 2002 on Metropolis Records and WEA International.
Welcome To Goodbye
Machines Are Us
Icon Of Coil
Wreath Of Barbs
Blood Spills Not Far From The Wound
Daimonion is the 8th studio album by the German electronic music group Project Pitchfork. It was released on February 26, 2001 through EastWest Records. The album reached number eight on the German album charts and became the most commercially successful Project Pitchork album up-to-date. Two songs from the album were released as singles: "Existence" and "Timekiller".
A Violent Emotion
A Violent Emotion is the second album released by American electronic-industrial band Aesthetic Perfection. It was released on September 26, 2008 by Bractune Records. It was re-released on the label Deathwatch Asia in 2010 with a limited edition disc of remixes. A music video was released for the track "The Great Depression" on YouTube.
Three Cheers for the Newlydeads
Harsh Generation is the third album release by Dutch Aggrotech band, Grendel. It was released in Europe on May 5, 2007 through Infacted Recordings and in the United States on June 5, 2007 through Metropolis Records.
Strain is the third studio album by American industrial group, Flesh Field, which was released on November 8, 2004 on Metropolis Records. This is not only Flesh Field's debut album on Metropolis Records, but this is also their first album that features the vocals of Wendy Yanko after the departure of Rian Miller.
If The Heavens Should Fall
A Covenant of Thorns
Razed In Black
London After Midnight
Fun With Knives
Velvet Acid Christ
The Birthday Massacre
Violet is the second studio album by The Birthday Massacre, released on August 9, 2005. It was first released as an extended play on October 25, 2004, then commercially released in August 9, 2005 as a long play through Metropolis Records, Repo Records and Hellion Records. The LP version included four re-recorded and slightly reworked tracks from their Nothing and Nowhere album: "Happy Birthday", "Horror Show", "Video Kid" and "The Dream".
Light It Up
Wrath is the third album by electropop group Iris, released in 2005. Taking the organic style of Awakening and adding guitars, they created this album with "more of a 'rock' feel" than a "'club' feel".
Enjoy The Fall
Edge of Dawn
In My Time Of Dying
Pride and Fall
The Best of Bella Morte (1996 - 2012)
The Oxidising Angel
The Oxidising Angel is the first EP from German futurepop band Blutengel. It was released as a single CD. It featured a cover of Cry Little Sister the theme from the film The Lost Boys originally by Gerard McMann. On the original CD release, tracks 12 & 13 were hidden as part of track 11, The Oxidising Angel which put the track time at 11:56. A music video was released for the title track, The Oxidising Angel.
Optics is the second album of the Illinois-based industrial band, I:Scintilla. It was released with two versions, a single disc version and a limited edition two disc version containing remixes.
Dust of Basement
Unison (Limited Edition)
Angels & Agony
Result of a New Culture
Epilogue -SOLD OUT
Everybody Hates You
Everybody Hates You is the second full-length studio album by the American aggrotech band Combichrist. It was released on March 8, 2005, through the Out of Line record label.
It Screams Disease
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