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  • Release Date 2015-03-13
  • Label Out Of Line
  • Catalog OUT716
On long player number 3, young Berlin- based duo Formalin embarks on a thrilling journey to far away galaxies. The concept album effectively melds retro-Sci-Fi-Electronica with a distinctive harder and more modern edge. From the beginning of time, humankind has been striving to surpass its own physical and mental limits but only now, with technology steadily evolving at great speed, this dream seems to actually be within reach. On their new concept album 'Supercluster', Formalin escape the dark wasteland of the post-apocalypse to create a catchy and thrilling electronic vision of the future. Therein, androids will surely dream of electronic sheep, while the fascination of space travel, technological evolution, information overload and everyday life in virtual reality manifest in beat-driven cinematic sounds. The multilayered sound-constructions on the new record let Daft Punk go hand in hand with Front Line Assembly, Skinny Puppy with Captain Future and Vangelis with Marilyn Manson: 'Supercluster' fuses real Eighties-style Science-Fiction-feeling with the harsh but melodic Industrial-approach that the Berlin-based lads have been perfecting on their previous releases. The result is an extremely dance-floor-compatible retrofuturistic Electro-trip. The new album comes as a deluxe digital edition featuring all songs from the bonus EP 'Supervoid', as well. Tomorrow is yesterday with Formalin. Full warp speed ahead!

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Supercluster (Deluxe Edition)

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