Nucleus Torn quietly passed away sometime during the central european
heatwave this summer (actual cause of death unknown). I (FS) can deal
with that (and quite a few more things).
Anyway, let's get to business: what only seemed a vague distant possibilty
in spring - see the post below - has become a reality: Nucleus Torn releases
'Neon Light Eternal', its final album in this decade, as well as the most
mindblowing retrospective that even the most driven and aspiring musicians
will hardly dare to dream of: 'Blowing up the Entire World (Explosions
1997-2015)'. This compilation will feature each and every song ever recorded
by Nucleus Torn in new stereo and 5.1 mixes. 3 DVDs in a hardcover artbook
with a 96 page full colour book, 50 minutes of new unreleased music ('A
Promise of Sunlight' and 'Waywaters'): that's what I call a proper send-off.
Goodbye. For real.
Don't even think of not getting 'Neon Light Eternal'.
Send flowers (and money and cheques and all sorts of valuable items) to
nucleustorn [at] gmx.ch.
Where to begin? We feel quite good in hiding. It has been a good idea
to give fb-responsibility back to our label. I (FS) did not feel comfortable
with it. We all feel much more at ease surrounded by instruments, microphones
and other studio gear, occasionally insulting those who write the wrong
kinds of e-mails. So we have successfully completed our new and probably
last studio album for a long time. It is called 'Neon Light Eternal' -
and will blow that fraction of your mind that has not yet been exterminated
by 'Street Lights Fail'. SLF is complemented by NLE . If you like the
former, you need the latter - it's really that simple. Expect a release
in summer/autumn 2015.As usually, audio samples will be posted as soon
as Prophecy Productions think it is time.
Be that as it may, we have more in store. We have also recorded two EPs
of material that differs stylistically quite a lot from SLF/NLE. We do
not yet know how and when these EPs will be made available, but we and
Prophecy Productions are taking care of that.
Last but not least, there might actually be an absolutely extraordinary
release for a group like Nucleus Torn: all our albums on DVD in 5.1. The
mixes sound stellar and rank among the very best of the genre.That being
said, you should now take the opportunity to upgrade your system. You
have been warned.
Nucleus Torn on Bandcamp