May 20, 2024

Agent Side Grinder offers 2019 album ‘A/X’ on clear vinyl for the first time

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Agent Side Grinder offers 2019 album 'A/X' on clear vinyl for the first time

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Out April 26 is a clear vinyl edition of the 2019 released Agent Side Grinder album “A/X”. This third vinyl edition is limited to 250 copies.

“A/X” was the follow-up to “Alkimia” and the first to feature the new vocalist Emanuel Åström. “A/X” delivered 2 singles: “Doppelgänger” and “Stripdown”. The singles introduced a more electronic and danceable sound, but still incorporating the band’s core elements. “A/X” holds 9 tracks produced by Jon Bordon and contains guest appearances by Gustav Bendt (Club Killers) and the Danish-Canadian coldwave-singer Sally Dige.

About Agent Side Grinder

Agent Side Grinder was formed in Bromma, Stockholm, in 2005. Their debut and sophomore albums, “Agent Side Grinder” (2008) and “Irish Recording Tape” (2009), are deeply entrenched in post-punk, industrial, and dark electro, while their 2012 release, “Hardware”, marked a shift to a richer and more layered sound.The album also featured collaborations with Swedish artists Skriet and Henric de la Cour.

2015 saw the release of “Alkimia” featuring a guest appearance Nicole Sabouné. The band underwent significant changes in 2017 when members Kristoffer Grip, Henrik Sunbring, and Thobias Eidevald departed. Johan Lange and Peter Fristedt, along with new vocalist Emanuel Åström, then made a strong return in 2019 with “A/X”.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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