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      Die Krupps
      "The Machinists Of Joy"

      Label: Synthetic Symphony (2013)
      Die Krupps, the long-running, venerated, German industrial rock/EBM band, returns with the new album The Machinists of Joy. Following the release of the first single, "Risikofaktor," the new album showcases the accumulation of over three decades of growth and influence. Die Krupps has been listed as an influence to bands such as Nitzer Ebb, Rammstein, Depeche Mode. A seamless blend of new influences and the signature sound that Die Krupps helped create makes The Machinists of Joy an impressive piece of work.

      The limited edition digi2CD will contain an exclusive bonusS-CD. Final tracklist of the extra CD will be known on soon only, but it will for sure include the tracks ‘Nazis on Speed’ and the digital-only single ‘Industrie-Mädchen’. Die Krupps believe that Bonus-Tracks have to be unique – that is why they have included some very special tracks on the limited edition of “THE MACHINISTS OF JOY” which refer to the origins of Engler and Dörper - both had been active in the Düsseldorf Punk scene long before the first Krupps release “Stahlwerksynfonie" (1980). Included are – among others: A collaboration with Punk-Pioneers Metal Urbain from France ("Panik"), and one track with Wolfgang Flür, ex member of that other band from Dusseldorf called Kraftwerk… It should also be mentioned that Eric Debris of Metal Urbain is responsible for the great front cover shoot/artwork and the band photo montages.

    dkk 150/eur 20

    2CD