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Sydney, Australia (2004 – present)

Angelspit is a / / band from Sydney, Australia.

With their highly acclaimed debut album Krankhaus and their impressive visceral live performances, Angelspit have cemented themselves as being one of the most innovative new cybergoth bands. With their merciless dual vocal assault, intense electronic mayhem and murderous guitars, Destroyx and Zoog have thrilled and revolted countless audiences globally. Angelspit’s subversive visuals are equally confronting- as their unique brand of vicious fashion and hellish aesthetics influence a new wave of electro punk music, fashion and art.

Formed in 2004 by duo ZooG and DestroyX, Angelspit later expanded to include collaborations and live appearances by artists such as Miss Ballistic, Chris Kling, and George Bikos. DestroyX departed the band in 2013 and as such did not contribute to the 2014 album The Product.

In 2007 Angelspit toured East Coast USA with the Crüxshadows and relocated to Berlin Germany for 12 months where they extensively toured Europe. They have played at festivals such as Wave Gotik Treffen (Germany), Castle Party (Poland) and Summer Darkness (Netherlands).


Their initial EP (Nurse Grenade) was released for free on the official Angelspit website, it contained an inventive mix of sampling and distortion, resulting in a style uniquely Angelpit’s own, this style was refined in the independant release of their 2006 album, Krankhaus.

Hot off the success of their debut album Krankhaus, Angelspit have returned with a new barrage of ballistic electro punk in their new 11 track album Blood Death Ivory.

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  • teilzeitgeist

    kinda fits in with angelspit's latest music though. not edgy, not exciting, just banal as hell.

    13 Jul 10:28pm Reply
  • teilzeitgeist

    zoog is literally the most obnoxious person on earth. i had to unfollow angelspit on facebook because he will not shut up about how actually the outcasts are the only sane people and all those ~normals~ are mindless sheep who watch reality tv and listen to pop music. dude thinks very highly of himself.

    13 Jul 10:27pm Reply
  • Wabon95

    OMG this new album... Go back Krankhaus, Hideous & Perfect etc...

    1 Jun 1:09pm Reply
  • Doe_A_Deer

    DestroyX wanted to focus on her fashion design and modeling careers, which are both going very well. Glad I got to meet her when she was still touring. Gorgeous.

    30 May 12:24am Reply
  • prettybarf

    ive always thought zoogs vocals were kinda weak. destroyx carried their sound [2]

    11 Apr 1:38am Reply
  • GlassGrass

    "Продукт" убил наповал. хотя я так и думала. но до последнего надеялась, что хоть одна песня будет "на уровне" времен, когда была Амелия. а ничего подобного. у Зога щас нет напарницы, насколько я понимаю, а женский вокал приглашенных артисток звучит как "ля-ля-ля", то есть, это уже бэк-вокал, и никакая не полноценная вокальная партия. в принципе, на My Name Is они уже начали съезжать по наклонной, а щас вообще ни в какую. Зог не тянет. там или второй мужик нужен, с более сильной подачей, ну или же новая вокалистка, умеющая петь. если б он хоть додумался кого-то найти к следующему альбому, было б неплохо.

    30 Mar 2:38pm Reply
  • inflikkt

    ive always thought zoogs vocals were kinda weak. destroyx carried their sound

    29 Mar 3:45am Reply
  • NeufNeufNeuf

    The new album is really disappointing. Krankhaus, Blood Death Ivory, and Nurse Grenade were all perfect, and Hideous and Perfect was great, but it is definitely where they started to go in the direction of HMNI and The Product, which are not as interesting or enjoyable as as their previous albums for me.

    27 Mar 4:29pm Reply
  • nyork_binox

    So DestroyX is gone? Is she going to make any solo stuff? Angelspit was so cool in the beginning. Don't see what happened... :(

    26 Mar 5:58pm Reply
  • Symbiont001

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    24 Mar 7:12pm Reply
  • Sukita777

    I'm completely addicted to the new album. It's amazing.

    23 Mar 6:54pm Reply
  • DJSaryrn

    Where as someone already paid for the work no longer views it as expressing art and being a matter of making ends meets, but now as hey alright I'm good money wise atm and despite whatever true intentions of putting out an album they have, once they have money it becomes more of an obligation that the album gets put out. Just my theory on it, I am all for supporting the artist as I buy the music that I enjoy listening to, but I don't support crowdfunding regardless of artist and or reason a crowdfunding is even needed, the starving artist is always better than the overfed artist. And yes I say art despite people making a living from their art, at the end of the day that is a side effect of living in a capitalist society, but none the less music itself is a form of art that is meant to be both a creative outlet for the artist and a platform for entertainment for others that are given the privilege to experience the art in whatever media it is presented.

    22 Mar 5:52pm Reply
  • DJSaryrn

    Which brings me to my main point if an artist asks for say 5000 dollars and makes 10,000 dollars from crowdfunding in their mind not only do they have this album in the bag regardless of how it actually comes along creatively and sound wise, but they see green and figure via sales of this album, touring, and the option of always using crowdfunding again that they know they will be putting another album out even worse case scenario it's an apology album to fans making up for the last shit record. Money does indeed make the world go round, but it does not equal inspiration or tingle anything but the most shallow of emotions. So 9/10 times an artist is going to write a much better album when it comes out of their own pockets because their very living is on the line and despite that they still have the itch of an artist to take a risk and put out an album.

    22 Mar 5:52pm Reply
  • DJSaryrn

    I agree with you about the crowdfunding for both games and music, in games it's obvious that it has now become a trend and scheme almost to sell a game on pure concept and hype while tricking the audience into believing they are getting the good end of the stick by paying to alpha test someone else's game. Worth it for some games at least somewhat, but majority of devs just following the monkey see, monkey do approach and copying the latest fad. It is a big shame it's now infecting the music scene. The reason it doesn't work being better despite the upfront money is the artist is hit with dual feelings of not wanting to venture too far out creatively in order to not upset their backers aka current fans, but at the same time they do get the feeling to experiment just because the money is now there and being an artist is not a stable job so you kind of have to go into it with the mindset every album will be your last.

    22 Mar 5:52pm Reply
  • inflikkt

    so far no crowdfunding scheme has been anything satisfying. every album that seems promising which people donate to seems to fall short. also almost every game i get excited for disappoints, save for a few like shadowrun returns. crowd funded schemes just dont seem to pan out for some reason and i cannot really understand why. you would think since for once all these people are getting the money beforehand that should make for a better product with a direct connection to their fanbase, but alas... something always fails in crowd funded ventures it seems. at least 80% of the time id say. shame.

    22 Mar 9:03am Reply
  • inflikkt

    wow headfuck and maggot are my fav songs and they arent even on the top anymore lol nurse grenade was the best

    22 Mar 8:57am Reply
  • EvilCat312

    another shit album

    21 Mar 7:19pm Reply
  • if-then-else

    I also miss Destroy-X, but The Product is a nice surprise for me. I was really disappointed with HMNI (which is by far their worst album for far - apart from the remix albums) but I find The Product more innovative and less repetitive. Of course, it's miles away from their first albums and I can't help thinking it would have been much better with Amelia but it's largely listenable. Maybe I'm biased by the fact that HMNI was really a huge letdown for me though.

    20 Mar 5:48pm Reply
  • KamDiv

    лучше было не выпускать ничего чем этот позор. товарищ вообще слышал себя со стороны? :фейсплам:

    20 Mar 4:59pm Reply
  • groverXIII

    After one listen, I like The Product, but it's definitely missing something, and we all know what. I think I'll still be able to enjoy it, and it'll probably grow on me even more, but I can only wonder at what it could have been.

    19 Mar 1:50pm Reply
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