Nitzer Ebb, Surachai [outside]

These Eighties hard electro Brits shared a relentlessness, minimalism, and aggression with synth-punks Suicide and Métal Urbain, as well as clanging metallics born of industrial music. Hits like “Murderous” thus appealed to dancefloor denizens with floppy hair and black clothing. No new releases since 2011’s Join in the Rhythm of Machines EP. Chicago electro black metalists Surachai open. – Tim Stegall
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