Click below for five videos shot on November 24th at Berlin's Mikz during the Hecq live show and DJ set by your truely at the Impulse / In Beat We Trust party. They were all shot in night vision, which gives quite a military look to everything, but rest assured that all we were assaulting the audience with were heavy beats and deep basses, except for the occasional cigarette smoke.
Anyway, read below for Black Lung's statement about this, and note that a brave Australian fan confirmed that he actually received his ordered copy of "The Soul Consumer". So some parcel are actually let through down under.
While some early birds had been able to snatch them at the Maschinenfest last month, here they are, officially out and available for everybody, the new Ad Noiseam t-shirts. This time around, you'll be able to wear proudly your support of Niveau Zero and Subheim. Heavy basses and metal, or orchestral atmospheres and jazz tones? Maybe both.
This winter, it will indeed sound a bit different: Ad Noiseam is proud to present below three trailers to "From Memory" (adn139), the début album by Semiomime, the new project by Noel Wessels, known here as DJ Hidden and half of The Outside Agency. No sound excerpt or more information yet, but believe us, this one will be something very special.
Here's the first trailer, there are more after the fold.
Update: we're back, and processing all orders now. Allow for a bit of delay, but things are getting back to normal. Ad Noiseam's been pretty active recently, don't you think? With no less than seven new releases out in the last two weeks (Igorrr, Subheim, Broken Note, Black Lung EP, Black Lung album, Matta EP, Matta album), it's high time for a little break to get some energy back. In other words: it's vacation times. Therefore, the Ad Noiseam corporate headquarters will be closed from Monday November 15th to Wednesday, November 24th.
No parcels will be shipped during this time. Orders will be received and items reserved, but we'll be able to ship them on Nov 25th only.
Fifth and last spotlight article in our series about Ad Noiseam's Autumn 2010 releases, this time about Subheim's long-awaited "No Land Called Home". Coming two years after this act's "Approach" debut, Subheim's sophomore effort is this band's rise to maturity and (hopefully) long-deserved recognition. This album is a theatre of transformations and relocations: acoustic and organic sound have taken to the front of the stage, providing this act's introspective and grandiose songs with a more humane touch.
Subhim's new album is the fruit of both long efforts, a clear artistic vision and the collaboration between several musicians and vocalists, resulting in a whole which Ad Noiseam is particularely proud to produce. Do not pass on it, and spread the word: Subheim have now relocated to the UK, making it a lot easier for them to play shows across Europe. If you are a promoter, get in touch to organize a gig such as their remarked concert at the Maschinenfest 2010 (video below).
You can find more information here, and enjoy some audio excerpts and videos below.