irish new wave goth band' from ireland, and released 2 singles in 1988' nothing much info that i can tell you about them' their music is similar to the mission uk' and this is under red dawn label 003 enjoy.
1.shed my skin
Xmal Deutschland formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1980, initially as an all-girl band, consisting of by Anja Huwe (Vocals), Manuela Rickers (Guitar), Fiona Sangster (Keyboards), Rita Simon (Bass) and Caro May (Drums) A year later they released their first single "Großstadtindianer" on Alfred Hilsberg’s Zickzack label. The band also contributed the to the label compilation "Lieber Zuviel Als Zuwenig". Around this time Bassist Rita Simon was replaced by Wolfgang Ellerbrock. In 1982 the band released the classic "Incubus Succubus". That same year, Drummer Caro May was replaced by Manuela Zwingmann. While German audiences were less than receptive at first, a UK tour opening for the Cocteau Twins resulted in a label deal with 4AD Records. Their debut album "Fetisch" (1983) and the singles "Qual" and "Incubus Succubus II" all made the UK Independent charts, even though the band used German lyrics. Manuela Zwingmann left the band one year later, replaced by Peter Bellendir. This lineup proved to be the longest running. 1984 saw the release of the single "Reigen" and the album Tocsin, followed by a world tour through to 1985. 1986 saw the release of "Matador", produced by Hugh Cornwell of Stranglers, The. Xmal Deutschland also opened for The Stranglers at a concert at Wembley Stadium in London. Their follow-up album, "Viva" was recorded in Hamburg and was released in 1987, followed by the single "Sickle Moon". After the release of "Viva", Manuela Rickers, Fiona Sangster and Peter Bellendir left the group. Anja Huwe and Wolfgang Ellerbrock continued to work with Frank Z. Abwärts on Guitar. Producer Henry Staroste played Keyboards, and German studio Drummer Curt Cress completed the line-up that would record the 1989 LP "Devils" and the singles "Dreamhouse" and "I’ll Be Near You". The LP showed a change of direction towards mainstream pop and this proved to be the last release from X Mal Deutschland, 1990 saw a few scattered live appearances, though the group soon split up..
another band from the uk' really cool 12'single, and one of my favorite record' i'm not very sure' if this band is related to the new gathering' this is under final records through cartel..
1.dust after embers
here's another postpunk band' from, the uk' this is their second 12' released'from 1984 and i know the first 12' by actifed is available somewhere'in the net' but anyway crucifixion is my favorite to this 12' ripped 2 from this' enjoy..
terminal white is a global force in the rock and roll scene' since the band start in 1984,dozen of musicians multiple countries' have joined band leader david pistrui in writing recording and performing terminal 'white's unique blend of industrial dance rock..
The Shadow Minstrels were from the underground art scene in Los Angeles in the early 80′s. They played allot at Al’s bar, The Lingerie Club and Madame Wong’s West. They also played theoretical events and were a major part of the art scene. Bass player Zap played for a little while in other bands like: The Fiends, The Happy Bats, Powertrip and 45 Grave. Zap was well known in the L. A. scene. If you liked the first Sturm Group album, you’ll very much like this little new wave/post punk album. Great Expectations was released on vinyl as a mini album by Pterodactyl Records (FOS-L-ONE) in 1983..
3.time she stopped
The Colourfield were a British band formed in 1984 in Manchester, when former Specials and Fun Boy Three frontman, Terry Hall, joined up with ex-Swinging Cats members Toby Lyons and Karl Shale. Despite all three of them originating from Coventry, they made their homebase in Manchester...
Morticia is a unique theatrical four-piece gothic band from Minneapolis whose musical inspiration comes from such infamous notables as early Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath ranging to more heavy-edge European acts including The Damned and Sisters of Mercy. The music of Morticia features an intriguing 90's blend of gothic drone to technical metal guitar riffs, empassioned vocals as well as powerful rhythms. It is all done with their distinctive style of humorously twisted, electronically laced, hook laden, power driven rock. All of these ingredients make up the formula for their latest, greatest release; a CD/cassette project entitled Thirteen Nightmares. This album will satisfy the cravings of all you darksiders....
1.pennies upon my eyes 2.black market body parts 3.doa (bloodrock) 4.cabaret of death
another band from canada' and this group banded together in 1985 as a nescessary splinter group from psychic bricks and with deep roots in the fan art scene Ex- bricks terri - kay lindsay and her sister along with ruth fleiscman on xylophone and drums formed an all girl folk industrial band called cat party' ripped 4 song on this lp..
Theatre of Hate were a post-punk band formed in Britain in 1980.
Led by singer-songwriter and ex-member of punk band The Pack, Kirk Brandon, the original group also consisted of guitarist Steve Guthrie, bassist Stan Stammers (The Straps/EpileptThe Pack were a British punk rock band formed in 1978. Comprising Kirk Brandon (vocals, guitar), Simon Werner (died 26 Nov 2010) (guitar), Jonathan Werner (bass), and Rab Fae Beith (later of UK Subs) (drums). Beith was eventually replaced by Jim Walker (drums). The band released two singles in 1979, before a change of name to Theatre of Hateics), saxophonist John Lennard and drummer Luke Rendle from Crisis/The Straps.........
uk band repetition'their second release in 1981'Band members: Sarah Gregory (vocals), Tim Transe (drums & words), ASDH (synth), Nicolas (bass), Pete Petrol (guitar). (later work Steve Musham replaced Sarah Gregory on vocals..
walter holland California-based synthesist and guitarist honed his chops in the progressive rock band Amber Route. His solo albums firmly state his love of powerful, rock-anthem-style electronic pieces inspired in part by Tangerine Dream and Pink Floyd. Holland has also been instrumental in supporting the vital underground electronic scene that continues to develop outside the mainstream music industry. Toward this end, he established his independent Coriolis record label and distribution company, which released the critically acclaimed, multi-artist concept album Dali: the Endless Enigma (see entry under the collections and compilations of various artists at the end of this chapter).
1.the twin paradox
2.the michelson -morley experiment 3.the inertial mass 4.the behaviour of clocks in motion