In the past 4 years German based label Cold Transmission has been responsible for amassing and growing some of the greatest talent in the modern darkscene. Andreas and Suzy Herrmann have created a music label experience that feels like family. With a hawk’s eye for talent and a focus on growing creative expression. They have built up an amazing roster of talent around the world. Here in their second compilation to celebrate their releases you can experience some of the best and brightest for one low price. Mastered by the talented Pete Burns of Kill Shelter and featuring artwork of Yvonne Kiel this CD is a who’s who of the modern darkscene. In addition to the amazing music compiled, a portion of the proceeds is donated for humanitarian purposes in Ukraine. I wish I could review every track on this stellar offering, but I will shine a light on a few highlights.
IAMTHESHADOW – On Winter Leaves Embrace – Pedro Code has a once in a lifetime voice. The Portuguese darkwave artist is the flagship of Cold Transmission. An emotive passion sailing a turbulent sea of beauty and melancholy that moves the heart of everyone who hears it.
NIGHT NAIL – Co-Morbid – Our dear friends in Berlin the abstract shadow rock of Night Nail. I love the complex and unique beauty with a focus on emotional impact over hook. Dynamic and courageous changes with interesting instrumentation. Night Nail treads fresh ground like protogoths Bauhaus while creating a style solely their own.
Camlann – I’m Nobody – The ridiculously talented young folk from Indonesia. How I wish that I sounded this way when I was their age. It is sleek, passionate, and overflows with a unique darkness. This band has such a bright future set out before them.
The Ending Nights – A Landscape To Die – Another project of Pedro Code. This a apocalypse death disco offering to sum up the last few years. Precision , Execution, Beauty, Passion, swirling in a violet fog. A transcendent art piece to speak to turbulent times.
PALAIS IDEAL – Age Of Intransigence – Netherlands post prog rockers John Edwards and Richard van Kruysdijk continue to create some of the most dynamic and intelligent science fiction thought rock in the scene. This is music that displays technique and ability while challenging you to higher thought.
MARY – Devouring Me – I genuinely feel this 2020 release from Toronto is one of the most underrated records in recent time. Driving and intense basslines that cast rippling waves is a crystal pool. I love the cadence and timber of the vocals. This feels like 4 clashing brilliant minds carried out by one train of thought. I really hope we get another album from Mary soon.
Mark E Moon – Hearts Keep Bleeding – From the Isle of Man this track is a demo version of the crooning old school goth style of Mark Sayle. Their album Old Blood in 2021 was a true opus for one of the strongest examples of trad goth in the modern age.
DEAD LIGHTS – Plastic Girl – London based sinister synths that recently had a top single on the S & S darkscene charts. It is dance and deadly with captivating vocals that lift your feet off the ground. The type of glamourous dance floor beats that cannot be ignored.
Dead Astronauts – She Haunts Me – Seattle dark synth stars continue to sound years ahead of their time. 2021 album Silhouettes is a memorizing conversation of internal dialog and duet relationship that sends the listener on a journey. I highly recommend that journey.
Death Loves Veronica – Burn – The Texas demon lounge smoky vocal tendrils paint sinister pictures with visceral imagery and stained glass synth walls. The German label supports many American talents and Veronica continues to grow and impress.
I could have easily talked about several more bands here I love. The point is this compilation and this label are offering a gate way into some of the best darkscene music the world has to offer. 38 tracks for 15 dollars is an absolute steal.
The most invaluable attribute of an increasingly global community is the discovery of our shared – and often, surprisingly unified – experience of the world. Even as we languish through the isolation imposed on us via a global crisis, we can reach across vast expanses, foreign borders, and cultural divisions to find that, ultimately, we have more to connect us than we have to separate us.
Hence, the uniquely relatable Indonesian three-piece, Camlann, and their 2020 studio album, the aptly titled The Forgotten Lost Fragments. Listeners will find themselves immediately transported to the soundscapes of their misspent youths, with authentic, vintage-feeling grooves that harken back to the New Romantic golden age of the genre. The songs feel familiar and oddly comforting, yet spiked with a dose of the unexpected, an added ingredient that lifts the recipe.
Namely, the most novel feature of Camlann’s sound is vocalist Ony Godfrey’s haunting tone. Often acting as a rhythm instrument, the vocals will then suddenly take flight and soar above the surrounding backdrop, calling to mind the heady, bright tone of crooners like Jeff Buckley and Rufus Wainwright – but stripped of pretense and glamour, and flooded with simple, refreshing sincerity and a distinctly feminine nobility. One feels less that they are merely listening to an artificially-cultivated performance, and more that they are sneaking a peek into a carefully-guarded diary.
Hummable tunes are augmented with classic, almost Santo and Johnny ‘Sleepwalk’-style guitar melodies – also Godfrey’s contributions, creating a dreamy lightness over the solid fabric of the drum-and-bass combo. The arrangements are straightforward, but layered and colorful, employing unique effects and pleasantly disorienting quirks, provided by bassist Bayu Triyudanto and synth/keyboardist Fauzan Pratama.
The 10-track album is a much-needed lesson in brevity; Camlann has a knack for knowing what they want to say, and being cleverly succinct in their approach. There is no wallowing or luxuriating in the mire here; the songs are considerably brief, most of them having gotten their point across in less than four minutes, with no need for further embroidery or gilding the lily. The charming, palate-cleansing sorbet of ‘Il Prologo’ clocks in at just 45 seconds, but its impact is effectively made, and the album wouldn’t be the same without it.
Standout tracks include the title track, which artfully drops the listener into Camlann’s world and sets the stage for an introspective, intimate drama. ‘What’s The Worth Of Living’ employs a lilting, rolling guitar theme that brings Camlann’s genuinely skilled musicianship into sharp focus. ‘Father Johannes’ sails in on the wings of a sweeping, cinematic theme to introduce the album’s eponymous central character, a mysterious figure whose headstone graces the memorable cover art. ‘The Ballad of Us’ provides a subversive twist on the notion of a conventional love song, with Godfrey’s vocal prowess on full display, grounded by the staccato heartbeat of a string quartet. ‘New City, New Hope’ positively shimmers with its many layers and sophisticated arrangements, peppered with an exuberant horn section that feels right at home among the album’s vintage-seeming accessories.
Formed in early 2019 by a trio of Jakarta middle-school students, this often surprising outfit also includes their own producer, Chariszan, and a co-songwriter, Arachne – both of whom share the distinction of their bandmates of being under the age of 17. Rare as it seems to encounter a young band with such a direct focus and clear intention, Camlann are proving that the upcoming generation has their own perspective, and plenty to say. I had the fortune of speaking via email to vocalist/lyricist Ony Godfrey about the band’s history, inspiration, and point of view.
Sounds and Shadows: Your enigmatic name is both mysterious and memorable. How did you arrive on ‘Camlann’?
Ony Godfrey: Camlann’s name comes from the well-known Arthurian legend, specifically from King Arthur’s final battle, “The Battle of Camlann”. I and Chariszan thought that we wanted to find a name that is easy to remember by people, and has a connection with legend or myth, so we chose the name Camlann.
S&S: How did you find one another?
Godfrey: In early 2019, I started posting covers of my favorite songs from my favorite artists (mostly The Smiths and Joy Division) on my old Instagram account. Somehow, this attracts Chariszan’s attention, and she asked me if I wanted to make a Post-Punk/New Wave band with her. So I said yes, and that’s how Camlann was born. It was never really taken seriously by Chariszan and I, before I graduated from middle school and moved to a public school in Jakarta, and met these two boys who later will be my closest best friends.
Around September 2019, my classmate, which is Fauzan, asked me if he could join the band as the synth player and composer. He told me that he’s a massive 80s New Wave/synthpop enthusiast and wanted to play in an 80s synth-dominated band. So I said yes, because we have the same interest in music and because he’s a very gifted synth player and composer. After that, Fauzan asked his friend, which is Bayu, if he wanted to join the band to play bass. So there you go, that’s how it all started.
S&S: What inspires you, and your sound?
Godfrey: I got inspired by a lot of things, but mostly by some real events that [are] happening in my life and some important events that happened in this world in general. I got influenced a lot by Morrissey’s songwriting since the very beginning of Camlann until this day. It’s funny to see that some people thought that these dark, depressing, and melancholic lyrics are based on my life, when in fact it’s all fictional and based on my imaginations. Well, most of them are inspired by some real events in my life, but I twisted those actual, real events into something fictional and mostly dramatic. I took these realities as a ‘host’ for these lyrics, and [I] twist these events into something fictional, dramatic, and definitely not personal. I love using real events in my life as a ‘host’ for these melancholic and gloomy lyrics, haha!
S&S: What turns you on, and puts you in your creative mindset?
Godfrey: I really love to add some religious and historical elements in my music. I was born from a non-religious family; my parents are Protestant, but not religious at all. But then one day, a life-changing experience happened in my life. I felt the presence of God, and I started to buy a bible from a local bookstore near my house and learn Catholicism all by myself. A year later, I got baptized as a Catholic and I’ve never been happier in my life. Since then, I’ve decided to include some Catholic references in my lyrics.
All of us are massive lovers of the 80s, especially Fauzan. So then we decided to create our own universe for our music, where in that universe, we’re living in the early 1980s. That’s also the main reason we take a lot of influences from 80s popular culture and sounds for our music. Fauzan’s presence and contribution in this band is very, very influential and basically, without him, Camlann would never have this current sound. So we owe him A LOT, and I feel like he’s very, very underappreciated when in fact, he’s the main composer of this band.
S&S: What turns you off, and how do you reinspire yourselves?
Godfrey: The struggle of mixing our influences into our music would be the main reason. I got influenced mostly by The Velvet Underground, The Smiths, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Emma Ruth Rundle, Russya, and Xmal Deutschland. Fauzan was influenced mainly by Alphaphile, Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, Suicide, Donna Summer, and Molchat Doma. Meanwhile, Bayu was influenced mostly by The Cranberries, Hole, The Doors, and Joy Division. Sometimes, we struggle on mixing these various influences to Camlann’s typical sound, and it took us almost a year to find our own sound.
We usually reinspire ourselves by brainstorming our different influences together and sharing new music that we have just discovered lately, and then starting on gathering these new ideas into one unity. You will definitely hear this new sound of Camlann in our upcoming album, ‘Circa 1983’; this album is a fresh start of Camlann’s sound and image as a band. We will definitely go in this direction from now on – a ‘Dark Disco’ band, a mixture between classic disco and 80s synthpop/New Wave sounds with modern Darkwave sounds.
S&S: What would your listeners be surprised to learn about you?
Godfrey: We’re definitely just some random high school students with their own life interests and their own dreams. We are definitely not ‘dark’ or ‘gloomy’ when we’re not being these images we play in Camlann. We just happened to play in a dark disco band – that’s why we look gloomy and dark in our band pictures, haha!
Also, I’ve heard many people think that I have a deep voice. But actually, my talking voice is quite high-pitched. That’s why my father got really shocked when he heard me singing for the first time!
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It may seem counterintuitive to imagine steel-gray, 1983 Sheffield skies scattered over wet cobblestones when one is listening to an Indonesian synthpop trio, but it is exactly Camlann’s relatability and reverence for their influences that makes the music feel mature and expertly crafted. There is common ground to be found here, freshly updated and uniquely flavored with subtlety and precision. Encapsulating a wide spectrum of genres and techniques, Camlann are proving themselves to be one to watch as they continue to develop their sound. The Forgotten Lost Fragments feels like poring through the memory box of an intriguing stranger, where one finds treasures that reach across time and borders to become cherished once again.
Sometimes being a music reviewer is hard. Mainly because I am lazy. So rather than digging through my stacks tonight in search of new music. I will turn to the very trustworthy source of Cold Transmission Music and their new Zeitgeist 13. CT takes great pride in their ear for fresh worldwide talent. So this compilation is a wonderful place to get 32 handpicked bands masterly mastered by the amazing Pete Burns for under $5. These were my first impression stand outs.
Hallow – Talk to Her – One of my favorite new CT bands. This song had a racing heartbeat and a booming Chameleon’s base wave. The vocals do this beautiful delayed explosion and drip with longing. Every time I started and stopped listening today, I always came back to this track.
Iamnoone– Solve et Coagula – Giving a little taste of Britpop Stone Roses flavor with a constant high speed Bernard Sumner guitar downward drone. Really keeps the cadence and lifeforce.
Raskolnikov – Fall Colors – Really cool Swiss band that caught my attention. This unceasing keyboard drone never lets to fall to the skeletons chasing you, or get to close to the one of your future. I love the lilting OMD sound in the vocals. There is a no trend I’m loving of beautiful melodic vocals in post punk. Let’s try and limit the amount of Ian Curtis baritone monotone. It really took me to an Autumn state of mind.
Echoberyl – Listen To Oblivion – This French duo really brings the heat. I feel like this should be the updated cyber sexy theme to Carmen Sandiego. Cecillia has a cold burst of sparkling air quality to her voice and adds depth and texture to the driving beat.
Paradise Cove – Lost – Sometimes you want to hear a band reinvent the wheel and sometimes you want the razor sharp syncopation of post punk. The the vocals come in with a passionate and pleading chant that hooks me in. It’s a slow burn scorcher worth the wait.
Cut City – Replacement – What a breath of fresh air in doom and gloom. This has the crisp drums and power push of post punk. It couples it with a bright and crackling sound. I think I heard major chords. I feel a lot of early 2000s New York here. Lovely crooning vocals to pair for a gripping and soulful smash. Must dig deeper into this band from Sweden.
Clone Culture – They Shoot, I Die – Italian Post punk rockers bring a nice dash of glam to this Nextwave ballad. I love when you hear a band just blends well. It really shines through when it is effortless like this. This track has one of those chorus hooks that sticks to your head like honey to the bowl.
Camlann – To Vatican – Absurdly young and talented Indonesian band unleashed this song that is both exotic and passionate. The vocals are haunting and expressive in a way that captures me. I have such high hopes for the future of darkwave with young spirits like these leading the charge into the future.
Empathy Test – Monsters – Look I have spent a lot of time talking about Empathy Tests titanic album Monsters. It’s a top contender for our album of the year. Basically if you don’t have Monsters, you need Monsters.
Bedless Bones – Creation – My hands down favorite band from Estonia has given an exclusive track for this compilation. They always have such a surreal swirl to their sound. The drums are built for war and the keyboards contract that primitive echo with an electronic wisp. This is dream fuel music.
Two Moons – Second Life – Had not heard this band before but it was a pleasant surprise. A totally unique quirk Nick Cave feel to the vocals. The music is cinematic and had perfect ebbs and flows. I will be immediately seeking out there catalog.
Plague Garden – Lost – Snake slither true traditional goth with darkwave dreams will always make my list. This done with expert precision by some dear friends from Colorado. This flowing narrative is rich and the setting is a desolate wasteland of sorrow. Love this band, love the track.
The Neu Neon – Crush – This Berlin band is scorching florescent motorcycle synthabilly brain candy. It’s driving, beautiful, and always feels inches from speeding off the cliff. This sound mixes the best parts of 10 things I love.
Kalte Nacht – Inmost Desire? – Hot sounds from Athens Greece. The vocalist has that Shannon Light Asylum force and 70’s punk rock aggression. It cooks a long at breakneck darkwave. I had never heard this band before but believe me they are on my radar now. This is the power of a good compilation.
Berlin Taxi – Count On U – Sleezy dark NOLA streets drip from these elegant and shimmering vocals. The music is wonderfully subtle and blends the power of the voice perfectly. I would like some more please.
Did I listen to every track? Your bet your sweet bippy I did. They were all worth it. However these are the songs that really grabbed hold. You are going to be hard pressed to get a better playlist for this price.
Two things that give me hope in these dark times are my cats and live music. One of those has been painfully taken away from me. That’s why this weekend means so much. The sheer amount of amazing bands and DJ’s here is mind boggling. I think it really goes a long way towards how much our tiny furry gods mean to us. I’m going to try and touch briefly on a lot of what will be featured, but there is just so much. So I will start with the bands preforming live. Buckle up, because the scope of this weekend will be one to remember.
Inkubus Sukkubus: British driving organic darkness that goes back to the late 80’s. They have this beautiful pagan ritual Stevie Nicks thing happening. I’ve never seen them play live so I am very excited for this one. I really love the unapologetic witchcraft vibe and expect this is a band that will lend extremely well to a live stream performance.
Chameleons Vox: Also from England this was a band that made me first fall in love with dark music. Their capacity to forge a perfect spiral staircase of a riff with thunderous drums and lyrics that captured my young imagination is a thing of legend. Getting a chance to witness this live performance let alone share a bill is a dream come true.
The Cassandra Complex: No one has more goth street cred then Rodney Orpheus, they have played with The Sisters, Mission, you name it. I have been deep diving back into this band with some of Rodney’s solo releases lately. They really gave the goth concept it’s teeth on a science fiction themed intelligence. Lately I have really enjoyed the recent live streams and this performance will be a memorable one.
Ashes Fallen: The sinister guitar lord James Perry and lovely wife Michelle are putting the rock back into goth rock. The songs are epic in scope and full of complexity and power. Hailing from Sacramento CA, they have a lot of that Cali glam flavor with a stalking dark shadow.
Blood Bells: Texas death rock duo Blood Bells have that driving hallow abyss sound perfect for a late night drive on an empty back street below a full moon. Just enough punk edge to pour some piss and vinegar on your darkness.
AngelSpit: LA Cyberpunk originally from Austrailia that is a true audio visual experience. They have been destroying stages since early 2000’s and have been doing a lot with streaming shows. It’s glitchy chaos magic Zoog has one of those voices that beckons to you through the fuzz. Pure energy through your ears down your spine.
Amaranth: How the fuck are we on this bill with everyone I have listed so far? I’ll take it. We took everything we love, stole from in liberally and spewed it out as prog-goth. Lets hope we don’t embarrass ourselves.
Stahschlag: Smooth and stabbing Industrial noise from Hamberg Germany. Mastered by the amazing Rob Early of 11 Grams. Really beautiful soundscape images with cannon fire drums. A bit of old Test Dept feel which should lend well to a live performance. Color me intrigued.
SugarPlum Suicide: Dancy Irish goth pop? I’m all in. Cerridwen Kitty has a great vocal lilt which helps carry a candy sweet beat. Gives me The Birthday Massacre vibes. I look forward to seeing how it plays out live.
Luna Lacuna: A UK grudge alt rock band. I love the growling L7 vocals here. It’s smokey, filthy, and a great break in sound from some of the other acts. Plus bonus points for the Alester Crowley cat on the album cover.
Pro Patria: Belgian Industrial Disco Clash full of movement and rage. This is a steel surfboard with razor edges coming at you at full tilt. I really enjoy the unusual time breaks and ferocious growl of Peter V.
Camlann: Holy shit does this band fill me with hope for the future. New signing by our friends from Cold Transmission Music these under 20 folks from Indonesia are playing at a level of depth and quality i could not have conceived of at that age. It’s a ceremonial drone of shadows on a cave wall, flickering and rich. This is the future I long for. Ony Godfrey has a voice that is haunting and elegant. Give me more.
Machines With Human Skin: Originally from Chicago our friend Adrian Halo brings their rolling 90’s industrial style grind. I’ve never witnessed it live so I am excited to see this energy brought to life. Pain and triumph rolled into a ball and flung at the wall with abandon. I love the marching tempo and raw emotion.
40 Octaves Below: From Vancouver this EDM explosion is sure to get the party jumping. Slithering effect rich vocals and driving beats. Time to turn your computer up to 11 and stomp your boots. This is a horror film soundtrack to haunt your dreams.
Dead Blood Cells: UK based darkwave brings a slithering sweetness blended with electric glitch. I love that razor wire between post punk and Industrial feels. It’s music that comes in waves and the vocals are ethereal and penetrating. Can’t wait to see the live energy.
This review has only covered the live performances. We haven’t even touched on bands doing pre recorded or DJ performances. Aside from the wonderful cause this event is shaping up to be one of the standout online events of the year. I hope to see you all there.
Thursday, September 24, 20203:00 PM – 4:00 PMVideos: Raven Said, The Quinsy, The Black Capes, Onism, Lupe4:00 PM – 5:00 PMVideos: Karluv Tyn, Doppelganger, Mechanimal, Angel of Dust5:00 PM – 6:00 PMVideos: Atomic Neon, Other-Ed, This Eternal Decay, Your Life on Hold6:00 PM – 7:00 PMVideos: Ground Nero, Enhok, Nairod Yarg, La Grazia Obliqua, Trouble Fait’, Iamnoone, Talk to Her, Love the Ghost, On the Floor7:00 PM – 8:00 PMVideos: Les Longs Adieux, Dageist, From the Mouth ov Belial8:00 PM – 9:00 PMVideos: Saigon Blue Rain, The Blind Ruffians, Ultrviolence9:00 PM – 10:00 PMVideos: Sunshine Blind / Caroline Blind, Vampires of Rome, Massive Ego – Reading10:00 PM – 10:30 PMLIVE: BLOOD BELLS10:30 PM – 12:30 AM (overnight)DJ Set: Rockin’ Robert C (US)Friday, September 25, 202012:30 AM – 1:00 AMVideos: The Long Losts1:00 AM – 4:30 AMDJ Set: Kale Shelter (US)4:30 AM – 8:00 AMDJ Set: Vox Sinistra (US)8:00 AM – 1:00 PMDJ Set: The New Order Melbourne (AU)1:00 PM – 3:00 PMDJ Set: Graveyard Death Cult (DE)3:00 PM – 5:00 PMDJ Set: nAo12xu (JP)5:00 PM – 7:00 PMDJ Set: Dmitry Flo (RU)7:00 PM – 9:00 PMDJ Set: Evangel (DE)9:00 PM – 11:00 PMDJ Set: Geisterwelt (DE/GR) (Videos: Lefki Symphonia, Giant Waves, Dead Souls Rising)11:00 PM – 2:00 AM (overnight)DJ Set: Vade Retro & Jo the Waiter (UK)Saturday, September 26, 20202:00 AM – 4:00 AMDJ Set: Dead Souls Gothic Lounge (US)4:00 AM – 6:00 AMDJ Set: The Sisters of Mondays (US)6:00 AM – 8:00 AMDJ Set: Dave Bats (US)8:00 AM – 10:00 AMDJ Set: Miz Margo (US) (Videos: Dark Door, Sombre)10:00 AM – 3:00 PMDJ Set: Spooky Shaz & Poisondwarf (AU) (Videos: Suzi Sabotage, October Burns Black, Brigitte Handley)3:00 PM – 4:15 PMLIVE: LUNA LACUNA – Videos: Grooving in Green – LIVE: DEAD BLOOD CELLS4:15 PM – 6:00 PMDJ Set: Caroline Carnivorous (NO)6:00 PM – 10:00 PMDJ Set: martin oldgoth & Mortasha Kinski (UK/AU) (Videos: Hapax, Sounds Like Winter, Gene Loves Jezebel, Black Rose Burning)10:00 PM – 11:00 PMDJ Set: Mistress McCutchan (CA)11:00 PM – 1:00 AM (overnight)DJ Set: Hi-Fi Hillary & Kale Shelter (US) (Videos: Sjöblom, Then Comes Silence, Twin Tribes)Sunday, September 27, 20201:00 AM – 3:00 AMDJ Set: Veganinblack (US) (Videos: Nite)3:00 AM – 5:00 AMDJ Set: Slavezero (US)5:00 AM – 7:00 AMDJ Set: Pirate Twins (US)7:00 AM – 9:00 AMDJ Set: Vox Sinistra (US) (Videos: Ash Code)9:00 AM – 9:30 AMLIVE: CAMLANN9:30 AM – 12:00 PMDJ Set: The New Order Melbourne (AU)12:00 PM – 3:00 PMLIVE: COOR BROW-OBLES, PRO PATRIA, STAHLSCHLAG – Video: Feather Trade – LIVE: SPINDLY KILLERS3:00 PM – 7:00 PMDJ Set: Cyberpagan (DE) (Videos: Dead Inside, Date at Midnight, 1919, NU:N, Audra)7:00 PM – 8:00 PMLIVE: INKUBUS SUKKUBUS – Videos: Mephisto Walz, Autumn Tears8:00 PM – 9:00 PMLIVE: CHAMELEONS VOX9:00 PM – 1:00 AM (overnight)DJ Set: Red Party NYC (US) (Videos: Bootblacks)Monday, September 28, 20201:00 AM – 2:00 AMLIVE: AMARANTH, MACHINES WITH HUMAN SKIN2:00 AM – 4:00 AMDJ Set: Kangal (US)4:00 AM – 5:00 AMLIVE: 40 OCTAVES BELOW, ASHES FALLEN5:00 AM – 6:00 AMVideos: L’Avenir, Shanghai Beach6:00 AM – 7:00 AMVideos: Sonsombre, Ren Flowers, Pilgrims of Yearning, El Ojo y la Navaja7:00 AM – 8:00 AMVideos: Mordelin, Blood Handsome, Synthax Xtructure, Unidad Obscura, Hallows, Lycia, NNHMN8:00 AM – 9:00 AMVideos: Vyrtual Zociety, Lore, The Dramedy, Kurt Riley, Electric Press Kit, Chiron, The Coloirs of Silence9:00 AM – 10:00 AMVideos: Spankthenun / Th3Count of DEATHLINE INT’L DJ set including Deathline Int’l and Cop Int’l label bands10:00 AM – 4:00 PM- Break -4:00 PM – 7:00 PMVideos: Mosquito, Ego Bliss, Death Party UK, Global Citizen, Chaos Bleak, Sometime the Wolf, Nature of Wires7:00 PM – 8:00 PMVideos: Iamwarface, Senex IV, Accrogeist8:00 PM – 9:00 PMLIVE: THE CASSANDRA COMPLEX – Videos: Vice Squad, Frostofdoom9:00 PM – 10:00 PMVideos: Frostofdoom – LIVE: ANGELSPIT10:00 PM – 11:00 PMVideos: Skeletal Family, The Secret French Postcards, 13th Sky, Deliverance MX, The Secret Post11:00 PM – 11:30 PMVideos: Pass / Ages, Red Vienna11:30 PM – 2:00 AM (overnight)DJ Set: Miserable Mondays (US)