They've started a crowdfunding campaign for the tours they're doing this fall. You can get a new compilation album of the past three full-lengths along with another disc of a bunch of new stuff. Check it out here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/die-sektor-u-s-tour-2015
Die Sektor and Frontal Boundary U.S. tour!!
July 4: NYC - Stimulate
July 5: Pittsburgh - 31st Street Pub
July 6: Cleveland - RockCity Taphouse
July 7: Chicago - Cobra Lounge
July 9: SLC - Club Area 51
July 10: Boise - Sammy's
July 11: Seattle - Highline Bar
July 13: Los Angeles - Complex
July 15: Portland - Tonic Lounge
July 19: Denver - McDonough's Irish Pub
July 22: St. Louis - The Crack Fox
July 24: Nashville - The Rutledge
so, lets have a scenario. a drugged out 18 year old fan comes to your home, youre in a band whose cd has JUST BEEN RELEASED that very week. you as the band, give the drugged out 18 year old a cdr full of unreleased songs and tell him to not share it. LOL
for anyone who wants more to be fed upon style stuff, i have a shit load of unfinished tracks from that era i'm willing to share that they gave me on a cd-r in 2006 and told me not to share with anyone, but, i don't care what they want anymore so you guys can have the songs. send me a pm cause im not going to check back here. - they have no vocals, however.
Well. When I first time listened to previews on SC i say ,,no fucking way! shitstep? it's a joke?". But then I listened to the full album and I must say that I'm impressed. I was sure that TFES will suck, but no. And as Liam write - it's sounds more ,,glitch" than dubstep.