The UK industrial band Binary Order just unleashed a new EP, “”Thrown Away””. The release contains three remixes of previously released tracks and a reimagined, industrial cover of the Papa Roach song “Thrown Away”.
Benjamin Blank adds: “The song’s subject matter is something that resonated sharply with me when I first heard it. It’s about being an outcast and only knowing a life of being rejected. It has continued to resonate with me till this day.”
The Thrown Away EP is available now on all digital platforms. Below is the Bandcamp download.
There is also extra news as Binary Order also announces a new album, “The Future Belongs To The Mad”. The twelve-track album will be released in Winter of 2023. Currently the album is in the very last stages of production.
Blank says that “the album is heavier, darker and far more intense than the last record, but also is far more electronic-driven (…) I’m very excited to see how people react to what I consider to be the greatest musical achievement I’ve ever accomplished.”
Binary Order was formed in 2008 by London-based solo musician, Benjamin Blank. The project combines his love for multiple genres, fusing alt metal, ambient soundscapes and darkwave.
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