Industrial Is Not Dead Wsg. God Module, Voicecoil And Mordacious

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Industrial Is Not Dead Wsg. God Module, Voicecoil And Mordacious says
Friday, November 6 2015

Darque Productions, LLC. and Small's present a very special edition of INDUSTRIAL IS NOT DEAD

with live performances by:

God Module




and residents DJ Aaron Hingst, DJ Elektrosonik and DJ Void6 spinning before and between bands.

Doors @ 8pm.
18+ welcome.

TICKETS: $10 in advance/ $14 Day of Show -- On-Sale NOW!

God Module combines elements of harsh Techno, Darkwave, Goth and Industrial. Pounding beats mix with hypnotic synth hooks, deranged film samples and psychotically-effected vocals to make up a sound that is as disturbing as it is danceable. God Mod founder and mastermind Jasyn Bangert has brought his childhood dreams to life as musical nightmares. Jasyn takes all the common Electro - Gothic - Industrial cliches and systematically tear them apart.

VOICECOIL is a Denver, CO. based electronic pop act. Defined by dance floor electronics and emotionally evocative vocals, the project was founded in 2013 and has rapidly gained a worldwide following. Releasing the debut single "Vision" and the music video for the track in January 2014 the band got the attention of the now defunct Juggernaut Music Group(UK) which released the project's debut full length album in September of 2014. Following the release of the record, VOICECOIL began touring the United States. In 2015 Voicecoil performed several dates supporting Sweden's Covenant (OFFICIAL) in the western USA and then performed their UK debut at the ATF festival in Manchester, England. The new record entitled "Inertial Fault" is expected to see an early 2016 release.

Harsh Elektro act Mordacious was formed in 2005 and quickly signed to his first label in 2006. Mordacious has toured North America, Mexico and Canada extensively throughout his career and is currently promoting his most recent release, "Sinister," which features remixes from Aesthetic Perfection and Centhron.
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