July 10, 2024

Fatal Casualties release all new track ‘Monomania’ feat. Gin Devo (Vomito Negro) – Out now

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Out now is a brand new Fatal Casualties new track, “Monomania“, which holds guest vocals by Gin Devo (Vomito Negro).

“Monomania” is the first track taken from the coming “Guest EP II” (release date to be announced). You can check out the track below.

Fatal Casualties will release 3 “Guest EP´s” in 2024 via the German label Minimalkombinat. The contributing guests on the first “Guest EP I” were: Dean Piavani (Portion Control), Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire), Émelie Huard (Prosymna), Pelle Ossler and Mick Clarke.

3 of the songs from “Guest EP I” has been released earlier as videos:

About Fatal Casualties

Fatal Casualties is a Swedish experimental electronica band formed in Stockholm in 1986 by Stefan Ljungdahl and Ivan Hirvonen. Initially active from 1987 to 1991, they went on a long hiatus before reuniting in 2010. The band’s first official release was the EP “Paria” in 2012, following years of releasing demos and live performances.

The band’s music blends various electronic styles, often characterized by dark, cinematic atmospheres and experimental sounds. Their third album, “Filter”, released by Seja Records, exemplifies their evolution, incorporating ambient and slow rhythmic elements with an experimental edge.

Fatal Casualties have regularly collaborated with other artists, such as their work with Stephen Mallinder of Cabaret Voltaire and Dean Piavani of Portion Control. These collaborations feature prominently in their trilogy of EPs titled “Guest”, exploring themes of resilience and introspection.

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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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