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Nitzer Ebb On Vinyl For The First Time

Nitzer Ebb and Mute have announced details of the first in a re-release campaign of the band’s catalogue on vinyl and CD that will cover the world outside North America. Body of Work, a compilation originally released in 2006, will be available for the first time on vinyl on March 8, as a limited edition four-piece set on red and white vinyl.

Named one of the “most influential artists in music today” by the Guardian in 2018, the band recently made a return to live performance with the original line up of Bon Harris, Douglas McCarthy, David Gooday and Simon Granger, performing to sold out shows in London and Berlin at the end of last year. Nitzer Ebb have announced several dates for 2019, in Germany, Belgium and at the Infest festival in the UK in August – with more dates to be announced.

Nitzer Ebb began in Chelmsford, Essex in 1982, caught the ear of PWL producer Phil Harding in 1985, and soon after recorded two killer tracks: 'Let Your Body Learn' and 'Warsaw Ghetto'. They came to the attention of Daniel Miller and recorded the classic proto-balearic-techno album That Total Age (Mute, 1987), featuring classic tracks ‘Murderous’, ‘Join In The Chant’ and ‘Let Your Body Learn’. The album was followed by four more towering sonic and design classics Belief, Showtime, Ebbhead and Big Hit.

Nitzer Ebb went on to sell over 100,000 records in the States alone, tour with Depeche Mode and influence pioneering DJs and producers such as Richie Hawtin, Darren Emerson, Sven Väth, Helena Hauff, Objekt, DJ Hell, Tom Stephan, Danny Tenaglia as well as bands such as Smashing Pumpkins and Nine Inch Nails. They split in 1995, performing rarely after that date, and in 2010 released the album Industrial Complex.


25 Aug - Bradford, University Student Union - INFEST (UK)


Side A

Isn't It Funny How Your Body Works

Warsaw Ghetto


Let Your Body Learn

Join In The Chant


Side B

Control I’m Here

Hearts And Minds



Lightning Man


Side C

Fun To Be Had

Getting Closer

Family Man

Come Alive


Side D

I Give To You



Kick It

I Thought


Side E

Get Clean

Join In The Chant (Gold!)

Control I'm Here (Strategic Dancefloor Initiative Mix)


Side F

Hearts And Minds (Mix Hypersonic)

Shame (Mix Two)

Captivate (William Orbit Mix)


Side G

Backlash (William Orbit Mix)

Fun To Be Had (Long Mix)

Ascend (Remix)


Side H

Out Of Mind (Maitresse Mix)

Lakeside Drive (Remix)

Kick It (Popular Music Mix)

I Thought (Final Sin)




A Pale Horse Named Death Share Title Track

A Pale Horse Named Death share the title track of the new album ‘When The World Becomes Undone’. It's the third single taken from the new studio album which was released last Friday via Long Branch Records / SPV.

Singer & Guitarist Sal Abruscato about the track: “'When The World Becomes Undone’ was a concept I came up with in late 2014 in regards to the global chaos that was happening. Sure enough five years later and it could not no be more accurate the world is in disarray and it has become undone.”

“It’s our signature combination of seemingly depressing and dark musical tones with unexpectedly pretty melodies,” affirms Sal Abruscato. “There’s a hypnotic phenomenon that happens when you take super heavy riffs and add a harmonic sensibility. It allows you to drift off and zone out.”

The new album was mastered by Maor Appelbaum (Faith No More, Meat Loaf, Yes, Sepultura, Halford) at Maor Appelbaum Mastering while the artwork was once again created by Sam Shearon (Rob Zombie, Fear Factory, Cradle of Filth).


1. As It Begins

2. When The World Becomes Undone

3. Love The Ones You Hate

4. Fell In My Hole

5. Succumbing To The Event Horizon

6. Vultures

7. End Of Days

8. The Woods

9. We All Break Down

10. Lay With The Wicked

11. Splinters

12. Dreams Of The End

13. Closure



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