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stoperithorio

30 Oct
Published in Song of 2day
She Past Away is a dark wave band from Bursa, the opposite shore of the Marmara, formed by Volkan Caner (vocal/guitar) and Idris Akbulut (bass) in 2006. With the live participation of Doruk Ozturkcan in electronic drums, the band was totally shaped by the end of 2009.Clashing gothic lyrics with buzzsaw guitars, allegedly broken vocals and sensory drum effects, the band evokes the cavernous experiments of darkwave era with the likes of Fields of the Nephilim, The Sisters of Mercy, Bauhaus and Suicide.After a long demo-recording session, in 2009, the duo joined to Remoov Records in which they began to work on their debut release with Süpermatik.The common characteristic of their live performances is that they combine their well-positioned rawk tunes and harsh textures with paranoia-inducing industrial visuals, which are created by Asli Narin.
28 Oct
Published in Song of 2day
Post psychedelic sound with wild guitar riffs and explosive instrumental dark themes, accompanied by violins, piano, hammond, dark bass lines and pagan beats.
27 Oct
Published in Song of 2day
Πρώτο live στον “Πήγασο” στα Εξάρχεια, στις 21 Φεβρουαρίου 1985. Ακολούθησαν και κάποια άλλα live, και τον Μάρτιο του ’85 το συγκρότημα κυκλοφόρησε χέρι με χέρι τις 300 κόπιες από την περιβόητη μοναδική του κυκλοφορία, την κασσέτα “Viva Voce”. Το φθινόπωρο του 1986 μετά από τέσσερις συνολικά ζωντανές εμφανίσεις, το αρχικό σχήμα παύει να υφίσταται και με την προσθήκη νέων μελών πραγματοποίησε - ως Alive She Died - την τελευταία του εμφάνιση στο Madd club, τον Μάρτιο του 1987.
26 Oct
Published in Song of 2day
Based in the Rotterdam area, Dutch power trio The Machine formed in late 2007, inspired by 90’s/00’s stoner rock and with a preference for lengthy instrumentals. Since then, they delivered five and a half full-lengths, toured Europe several times and destroyed numerous ear drums.

Through the years, The Machine gradually started moving away from the psych-jams of the early days towards a more grungy and aggressive approach. Their latest effort, 2015’s “Offblast!”, is a perfect example of this still ongoing transition.

Being averse to both trends and pretense, one can only guess where The Machine will be heading next. Try to catch them live somewhere along the way.

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