July 17, 2024

German dark electro pop act Darkness On Demand return with brand new album ‘Digital Outcast’ in September

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The Berlin boys Wagner and Falgalas (both ex-Dance Or Die) returned earlier this year on Alfa Matrix with their Darkness On Demand project to release the singles “Hang On” and “Female Grace” followed by the exclusive EP “Final Way”.

The band and label have now announced that we can expect the 3rd Darkness On Demand album in September 2023, titled “Digital Outcast” with pre-orders being taken now.

Conceptually the album “calls for freedom of art and expression,” so the band says, “heavily criticising autocratic regimes, mass-media manipulations, freedom restrictions and all other excesses of our society reminding us how prophetic dystopian social science fiction novels like “Brave New World” or “1984” were…”

Wagner adds: “Our new album “Digital Outcast” is an invitation to reconnect with nature and reality, to escape from that digital world dominated by artificial social medias and credit card consumption. Our world has so much more to offer!”

On this album you can expect a mix between classic dark electro and modern EBM. The release will be out on CD (available now via the Alfa Matrix webstore in pre-order), but also as high quality download via Bandcamp and on all other platforms. You can already download 2 tracks when you pre-order the release via Bandcamp. The Alfa Matrix label is also offering this CD in a handy combi pack with the newest Alien Vampires 2CD album “Return Me To Hell” at a lower price.

Below you can listen to the first tracks from the new album.

Videos

The release goes hand in hand with several videos.

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
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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