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Die Sektor. Applied Structure in a Void. CD.

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For fans of enigmatic American electro-industrial outfit DIE SEKTOR, it has been a long 4 year wait since the release of their impressive debut ""To Be Fed Upon" (2006). "Applied Structure In A Void" is the eagerly-anticipated follow-up: and the first material to feature the return of original member Daniel Gant and new member Edwin Alter, joining forces with core members Scott Denman and Alan Smith. Mastered by world-renowned sound engineer Brian "Big Bass" Gardner (DR. DRE, KMFDM, NINE INCH NAILS), "Applied Structure In A Void" is a diverse, powerful and accomplished piece that reflects the years of work spent crafting it. Retaining the epic song-structures familiar from "To Be Fed Upon", "Applied Structure In A Void" marks a new maturity in the development of DIE SEKTOR's sound - placing less emphasis on distorted vocals and EBM beats in favour of more thoughtful (even experimental) arrangements that incorporate elements from a wide spectrum of musical genres. With "Applied Structure In A Void", as ever, DIE SEKTOR continue to adhere to their declared aim of producing "powerful, emotional and innovative electronic music". Originally formed as a duo by Gant and Denman in 2002, DIE SEKTOR were quickly signed to leading German harsh-EBM label NoiTekk following the self-release of their 5-track demo "Scraping The Flesh" in 2004. The acclaimed debut album "To Be Fed Upon", mastered by Kolja Trelle (SOMAN), was released by NoiTekk in 2006 - and later by Russian label Gravitator in 2007. Subsequently DIE SEKTOR have remixed several high-profile artists in the electro-industrial scene including DAWN OF ASHES, GRENDEL, and most recently ALIEN VAMPIRES, CEDIGEST and DETROIT DIESEL. Released on COP and available February 25th, 2011.
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