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Vein Cage |[working title/unreleased demo] Output 1, TBA|

[working titles] 1. Bloodgroove, 2. Cross that Line, 3. Such a Fine Day, 4. This Is The Way


Being introduced to the process of making the new songs by Vein Cage gives me an opportunity to tell you a bit about what you may expect once the CD is done.

First of all, Vein Cage has been on the industrial scene for over 16 years. Yup. The project is led by Peter DiNardi and joins the influences coming from both industrial and hardcore genres. There haven't been a lot of bands making albums with that vibe but there's a great potential in such connections alike to industrial/punk and industrial/rap.

Secondary, the album will be mastered by Mark A. Miller (famous coldwave Out Out) who also worked over previous Vein Cage releases such as Feral Din (1992) or Killing Days... The Lost Years (2007) as well as Circus of Dead Squirrels album or a remix for Everything Goes Cold to recall his newest works.

Thirdly, all the songs will be both electronic and guitar driven. The guitars will be hot and heavy. The samples will be cold but juicy.
Vein Cage mingles hardcore vibe (vocals, however with a distortion) with complex industrial layers. Listening to 'This Is The Way' I can hear a bit of 'Surface Patterns' by FLA from their Millennium CD but it's not a rip off course. 'Bloodgroove' is more rhythmic, with rap or hip hop syncopes and edgy guitar riffs sampled in. My favourite song which WILL BE THE HIT (remember!) is 'Cross That Line' with repetitive chorus and looped guitars mixed with a variety of cool samples. Once mastered will become even more powerful and will rock the dancefloors! The fourth raw demo I've heard provided under a working title 'Such a Fine Day' is based mostly on electronics but the guitars and drum beats give it a more radical meaning.

To sum up there's an interesting album coming hopefully late summer so if you're looking for that industrial/hardcore sounds, check out the news and updates at Myspace, add Vein Cage as you friend, subscribe to the blog and support his music. Also keep in mind to check out on Out Out's Radio Valkyrie website providing other news about Vein Cage. That's also the place where you can buy the previous Vein Cage albums. ( Katarzyna NINa Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


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