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    "Psychic Poison "

    Label: Trisol Music (2017)

    In 2017 the world will bear witness to yet another skinning of this scandalous duo when DIE FORM will once again explore and approach all the influences they devoured in the past decades. A first harbinger of this somber new era is the EP “Psychic Poison”, undoubtedly presenting DIE FORM at their most radical. It’s certainly easy to say things like that. When dealing with DIE FORM, though, other benchmarks apply – as everyone knows who has followed the couple’s serpentine career over the years. There is, quite frankly, no one out there uniting Electro, Industrial, Techno, Gothic, classical music, sex and far-eastern Butoh theatre in such a harmonic, such a passionate way. Driven by an extremely nonchalant, juicy old-school EBM beat, the title track of this appetizer comes as a revolt against intolerance and inhumanity, a delightfully dark mantra for openness, for equal rights and for the liberal satisfaction of whatever your desires are. You don’t need a god for that, they say. You only need your own free will. And if DIE FORM have ever been carried by some- thing, it was their unbreakable free will, their steadfast belief in themselves. It is this self-esteem, paralleled with an unstoppable urge to push forward, that really distinguishes this first new sign of life. The titles alone of the three exclusive variants accompanying this iridescent track give a good impression of what to expect: “Submission Mix,” “Mental Terror Mix” and “Kobol Mix” add interesting new flavours to the foundation, interpreting the original song futuristic, harsh and hypnotic without neglecting the strong aura of the base.

    The ritually evocative, brooding “Equinoxia” is rounding the first act of this upcoming new drama. It is yet another foretaste of what’s to come under the name “Baroque Equinox.” To raise the anticipation bar even further: This colossal work is the ultimate marriage of innocent nature and a devastating post-apocalypse. Let’s get prepared for a new fall of mankind...
    01 Psychic Poison 1 (Night Fever)
    02 Psychic Poison 2 (Submission Mix)
    03 Psychic Poison 3 (Mental Terror Mix)
    04 Psychic Poison 4 (Kobol Mix)
    05 Equinoxia (Mix III)

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