WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH and EKTOMORF's performances at the Traffic Jam Open Air festival — which is being held July 18-19 in Dieburg, Germany — will be webcast live today (Saturday, July 19) at this location.
The scheduled show times are as follows (CET):
WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH - 20:45
EKTOMORF - 22:15
For the complete running order, go to this location.
WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH's latest album, "Transmetropolitan", was recorded at Dailyhero Recordings in Berlin, and was released last September via Lifeforce Records.
An e-card for "Transmetropolitan" can be found at this location.
Hailing from Germany's capital city Berlin, WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH came together with a clear goal: to mix up math-/grindcore with straight hardcore and a fine blend of jazz! Three months later the band recorded a few tracks as a three-piece at Dailyhero Recordings. After the tracks were posted online on the group's MySpace page, the recordings received over 400,000 plays and helped them get the attention of — and finally a deal with — Twelve Gauge Records from California. Twelve Gauge released WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH's split CD with MOLOTOV SOLUTION (Las Vegas) in August 2006. In the months that followed, WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH played a number of shows and festivals all over Germany, Austria and Poland with bands like THE CHARIOT, ARCHITECTS, SCARS OF TOMORROW and their friends TIME HAS COME and AFTER RISING SUN.
EKTOMORF recently signed a new deal with AFM Records. The band will enter Antfarm Studio in Denmark on November 1 with producer Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, MNEMIC, WITCHERY, RAUNCHY, HIMSA) to begin recording its new album for an early 2009 release. 13 tracks have been written so far, including "Love And Live", "I Can See You", "What Does Not Kill, and Makes Me Stronger". Guests musicians on the CD will include Lord Nelson from STUCK MOJO and Mille Petrozza from KREATOR.
EKTOMORF's latest album, entitled "Outcast", was released in October 2006 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen and features a cover of the PRODIGY classic "Fuel My Fire".
(Thanks: Marcel Rudoletzky / Metal Hammer)