July 11, 2024

Side-Line introduces Psyborg Corp. – listen now to ‘Glacier Death Squad’s Rampage (Cube​-​[​x] Remix)’ (Face The Beat profile series)

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Track 49 on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 3” is by the Colombian act Psyborg Corp.. “Glacier Death Squad’s Rampage (Cube​-​[​x] Remix)” is a hard punching exclusive rework for this compilation of the band’s “Glacier Death Squad’s Rampage” track which was originally featured on the band’s 2015 album “The Frozen Shrines of Obsÿdÿana” out via Insane Records.

You can listen to the track below:

The Colombian band Psyborg Corp. The band entered the industrial scene with the “The Mechanical Renaissance” album and the “Technocracy” single, both released in 2010. “The Frozen Shrines of Obsÿdÿana” is their second album offering a ruthless wintry machine of 16 tracks full of icy melodies, rumbling avalanche bass lines and colossal freezing beats. Released in 2 versions (a normal and a deluxe edition) the album is a conceptual piece created by the band telling the sci-fi story of “Obsÿdÿana”, a crystal planetary system with a hi-tech society threatened by a cosmic phenomenon in the midst of war, facing annihilation.

Boosting the momentum of two releases and numerous participations in compilations around the world, Psyborg Corp. succeeds in staying in the middle of the attention. The band’s members are p5YbORG (vocals), Gia (keyboards, sampling and programming) and User X86 (guitars). You can join them on Facebook right here.

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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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