SUICIDE – Career Spanning Collection Lands March 25

2 February 2022

Band: SUICIDE
Who: Electro-punk pioneers
Alan Vega (R.I.P.) and Martin Rev
Active: 1970–2016 (intermittently) / 5 studio LPs

New album: SURRENDER: A COLLECTION
Out: 25 March 2022 via Mute Records
Pre-order: here

Henry Rollins who has written the sleeve notes for
this collection said: “This gathering of songs is not a ‘best of’
nor is it a ‘definitive’ all-you-need-to-know compilation. It is
an introduction that will hopefully compel you to explore
the albums.”

It’s Suicide‘s first-ever career-spanning collection featuring 16 remastered
tracks. The record also contains previously unreleased pieces. An unheard
version of Girl (from their 1977 debut LP) and the first version of Frankie
Teardrop
(also from their debut).

Listen here…

SUICIDE: Story

Ex-Suicide’s MARTIN REV Returns With New Solo Project ‘DEMOLITION 9’…

Fresh sonic impulses for your ears…

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MARTIN REV, keyboardist from experimental electro duo SUICIDE that made a significant impact, back in the seventies, on alternative music returns with DEMOLTION 9, his first new album in eight years and also the first since the death of his famous Suicide bandmate Alan Vega who passed away last July. It will be out on 26 May via Atlas Realisations and will feature 34 vignettes “yearning for joy and the unattainable perfection of the artistic ideal. The record spans a lifetime’s worth of moods and musings, encompassing fragments of Rev’s varied passions accrued across his nearly half-century long career.” The following two tracks NOW and IN OUR NAME give us an idea of what to expect: dark, electronic, ambient sound explorations. Some mysterious Close Encounters of the Third Kind experiences …

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IN OUR NAME


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MARTIN REV: MARTIN REV: Facebook

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