July 10, 2024

PIG and KMFDM reissue 1994 LP with bonus tracks + launch party for new release

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PIG and KMFDM announce launch party for new album 'Sin Sex & Salvation'

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Tomorrow night (Sunday 14th January 2024 at 7pm GMT) there will be a Bandcamp Listening Party to announce the impending launch of the PIG versus KMFDM release “Sin Sex & Salvation (The Conflict Continues)”.

You’ll be able to hear the 8-track release in its entirety. The release was originally issued in 1994 as a 5-track release on TVT Records / Wax Trax! Records but comes augmented with 3 extra tracks now with an official release date on January 19th.

All you need to join this release party is a Bandcamp account, which is totally free, and head over to this link to RSVP.

The new album will be available as download but also as a deluxe vinyl (with a signed screen print) which comes in two colour (red/black) vinyl and with a 4 colour, hand-pulled screen print of the cover artwork on 300gsm somerset satin paper. This deluxe edition comes signed and numbered by Raymond Watts.

Next is a CD version which comes as a 6 panel digipack with UV spot-gloss elements. All orders for the digipack come with a sticker signed by Watts, exclusive to this edition. There will also be a regular black vinyl edition.

The tracklist of this KMFDM / PIG collaboration album is as follows (in bold the bonus tracks):

  1. Secret Skin
  2. Fuck Me
  3. Rape Robbery & Violence
  4. Fuck Me Hoghunter
  5. Secret Skin (PIG Version)
  6. Brute (PIG Version)
  7. Disobedience (PIG Version)
  8. Secret Sin (Sex & Salvation)
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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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