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3 new Noise Unit to be re-released as deluxe vinyl sets – full order info

Aug 1,2016

3 new Noise Unit to be re-released as deluxe vinyl sets - full order info

Out later this year, but available right here for US customers and right here for EU costumers are 3 deluxe vinyl re-issues for Noise Unit, the Canadian industrial band, founded by Bill Leeb of Front Line Assembly as a side project. All of the reissues are available in very limited numbers, so better order your copy now.

The first item to be included in the re-issue series is Noise Unit’s debut album “Grinding into emptiness” which was originally released in 1989 on the influential Antler-Subway and Wax Trax! labels. Featuring the original line-up of Bill Leeb (Front Line Assembly) and Marc Verhaeghen (Klinik), the first Noise Unit is a minimal industrial-EBM hybrid. The reissue comes on two slabs of vinyl, one 12″ and one 7″, and is housed in a faithful reproduction of the original sleeve. All audio is remastered and fully authorized. There are various versions available right here for US customers and right here for EU costumers.

Noise Unit grinding into emptiness

Next is “Response frequency“. Released in 1990 the second Noise Unit album featured Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly, Delerium) next to Bill Leeb (Front Line Assembly) and Marc Verhaeghen (Klinik). The album also features guest appearances by Marc Ickx (A Split Second) and Luc Van Acker (RevCo). The reissue comes on vinyl and CD, including the bonus “Agitate”/”In Vain” 12″ mixes. The vinyl edition comes on two slabs of vinyl, one 12″ and one 7″, and is housed in a faithful reproduction of the original sleeve. All audio is remastered and fully authorized. There are various versions available right here for US customers and right here for EU costumers.

Noise Unit drill

The 3rd re-release is for “Drill” which appeared 20 years ago on the notorious Off Beat label and featured input from Marc Verhaeghen (Klinik), as well as members of Haujobb. The core duo of Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber were still at the helm, and the result was a more future-electro sound that combined the earlier EBM beats with the techno style of Decoder. The reissue presents “Drill” as a double-LP vinyl, remastered and presented in a gatefold sleeve. The release features music on three sides, and the fourth side will sport an incredible etching, based on the iconic cover art. There are various versions available right here for US customers and right here for EU costumers.

Hardcore fans can get the 3 releases in one big fan package available right here for US customers and right here for EU costumers.

Noise Unit fanpack



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