Alien Vampires return with 2 EPs: ‘Destrudo’ and ‘World In Denial’ – uncensored covers added as bonus on Bandcamp
The harsh electro act Alien Vampires seized the opportunity of the COVID-19 pandemic confinement to spend more time recording and experimenting in their home-studio in Bricklane (London, UK) than being on the road and playing live shows. The duo of Nysrok Infernalien and Nightstalker have now released two coupled and fully complementary 9-track EP’s respectively titled “Destrudo” and “World In Denial”.
As an extra with the Bandcamp versions you also get a few band pics and… the uncensored super erotic frontcovers which were refused by the digital platforms and taken down by Facebook (that’s no surprise these days).
Each of the 2 EPs start with the tracks “Destrudo” and “World In Denial” followed by 7 more tracks each time.
On the “Destrudo” EP (available here on Bandcamp) the first tracks are followed by 2 additional exclusive songs: “10 Bags 10 Lines” and “London Paranormal”. This EP ends with 3 remixes of “Destrudo” and 2 remixes of “World In Denial” by the dark elektro acts God Destruction, In3briant, Cyberlich, Freaky Mind and Nano Infect.
On the “World In Denial” EP (available here on Bandcamp) the first 2 tracks are followed by 2 more exclusive songs: “Darkweb” and “AV Forever E9”. This EP ends with 3 remixes of “World In Denial” and 2 remixes of “Destrudo” by dark elektro partners in crimes from across the globe: Chamaeleon, Viscera Drip, Distoxia, Reaxion Guerilla and Adeonesis.
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