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Release date: May 2003
Style: Industrial gothic metal


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01. Semi-Automatic
02. Synthetic Generation
03. New Dead Nation
04. Syndrome
05. Modern Death
06. Little Angel
07. The Revolution Exodus
08. Damn Me
09. The Rape Of Virtue
10. Genocide
11. No Light To Shun
12. White Wedding [Billy Idol cover] [limited edition bonus]
13. Our God The Drugs [limited edition bonus]
+ Synthetic Generation [video] [limited edition bonus]
+ Syndrome [video] [limited edition bonus]

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Produced by Nightmare Industries
All tracks mixed by Stefan Glaumann at ToyTown Studios
Except track 12 mixed by Carl-Michael Herlofsson at Primal Studios
Except track 13 mixed by Nico Elgstrand at D.P.A. Studios
Recorded by Deathstars and Anders Fridén at Fredman Studios
Mastered by Hakan Akesson at Cutting Room
Published by Universal Music Publishing AB
Synthetic Generation Video directed by Jorge Bravo
Syndrome Video directed by Alex Hellid
Photos by Knotan
Original design by Berlin
Additional design by Thomas Ewerhard
Release worldwide by Nuclear Blast
Release in Sweden by LED/S-56 - Warner

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Electro Metal is a very well established Metal sub-genre such as, let's say Viking Metal or Folk Metal, this particular sub-genre has the ability of molding with most of the "typical" genres of Metal, such as Black Metal, Death metal, Trash, Power etc. In this case Deathstars deliver a synthesizer-driven Electro Gothic Metal .

published 03.01.2004 | Comments (4)

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neonxaos - 30.09.2011 at 13:39  
Rating: 8 Such a guilty pleasure, this album
musicalkaratekid - 06.03.2012 at 01:54  
Rating: 8 This is a pretty good debut album, though towards the end it can seem quite exhaustive, as the last few songs loom on the mediocre side. Nonetheless, there are plenty of goods to offer here, especially within the guitar work, in which the thumping riffs are well interwoven with the industrial influences.
Alondate - 24.07.2014 at 15:49  
  I think this is their best album but actually i like all their albums equally. This is just much more catchy than the other ones

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