Out via Contempo Records is the 12 inch “The [Metal] Machine” by Dish Is Nein. This cover of the classic Kraftwerk track “The Man Machine” includes an Andy Selway/KMFDM mix on side 2 of the track “Eva”. The vinyl was originally released on Record Store Day in Italy and is limited and hand-numbered to 300 copies.
There is only a limited quantity made available for normal distribution so if you want one, be extremely fast. The release comes as a 180g transparent vinyl, including printed inner sleeve, and stickered ‘Record Store Day 2023’.
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The 12″ is also meant to represent the end of a cycle for Dish Is Nein after the untimely death of its leader Dario Parisini, to whom this release is dedicated.
Dish Is Nein is an Italian project, born out of the ashes of extremely famous and controversial band Disciplinatha. Disciplinatha was an industrial rock band formed in 1987 in Bentivoglio (province of Bologna) and came to prominence with a repertoire of lashing lyrics grafted onto energetic rock that fused industrial, electronic, and post-punk. They remained most famous for their aggressive and provocative iconography.
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