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KESS10 'Septic Shock'

by Majestoluxe

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    In full colour sleeve. Comes with download including 3 additional songs. Shrinkwrapped with download card inside.

    Includes unlimited streaming of KESS10 'Septic Shock' via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Active in the late 1980's Swedish EBM-scene in bands like Sound Manufacturers, clubs like Piz Off and labels like Osmium, Stockholm based producer Conny Fornbäck reappears after a 30+ year hiatus. This time in the incarnation of Majestoluxe.

On the debut album Septic Shock, Majestoluxe presents nine EBM-tinged experimental industrial pop songs inspired by an actual near death experience. Fully produced on an analogue Eurorack modular system,

Septic Shock should appeal to fans of the sounds of the late 70's UK, the early german 80's, the mid Belgian 80's, or last night in Sweden.
Available as a six track high quality vinyl with download card, and as a nine track digital download.

Release date april 8.


released April 8, 2019

Compositions and lyrics by Conny Fornbäck.
Eurorack, LYRA-8, speech synthesis and vocals by Conny Fornbäck.
Produced, recorded and mixed at Grappling Hook Studios, Stockholm, Sweden.
Mastered by Rude 66.
Curation and executive production by Mika Hallbäck Vuorenpää.
Artwork by Titta Kallio and Fredrik Möller
Sleeve photograph: The muscle of attention (left); Eyebrow contraction due to bright light (right) (detail) by Guillaume-Benjamin-Amand Duchenne de Boulogne.


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"Subarctic urban industrial pop songs from Stockholm, Sweden."

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