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Die Sektor is a band with members from Atlanta, Georgia. Their music is categorized as industrial (more precisely: terror EBM / dark electro / aggrotech sublabel) music but takes an influence from a variety of sources including Psytrance, Rock, Death/Black Metal and old school goth.


Die Sektor strives to create powerful, emotional and innovative electronic music.

After releasing the E.P. Scraping the Flesh and the highly acclaimed To Be Fed Upon debut album, Die Sektor is preparing to unleash the new full length album Applied Structure in a Void.

2002-2005 “Scraping the Flesh” and Reformation

Die Sektor began when longtime friends Scott Denman and Daniel Gant began experimenting with electronic music under various names. Together they produced several tracks and sent them to friends and put them on soulseek. Eventually John Gerteisen and Alan Smith, who were in the band Auspex at the time, heard the tracks and convinced Scott and Daniel that they could help Die Sektor get a better sound if they came to Starke to produce their demo in the Auspex studio.

On January 2, 2004 Daniel and Scott drove to Starke to work on what would later become “Scraping the Flesh.” In a marathon recording session lasting a little over 48 hours they recorded 4 tracks, “Motionless,” “Lust Angel,” “Scraping Flesh,” and “Electronic Saviour,” with Alan, John, and Scott doing the recording and mixing while Daniel finished up the lyrics and performed the screaming.


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  • slofox78

    progressive post dark electro - look @Cryogenic Echelon

    27 Feb 11:33am Reply
  • Cellhavoc

    "(-)existence" is absolutely amazing! Definitely their best album since "To Be Fed Upon".

    16 Feb 3:26pm Reply
  • TerrorBinary

    I was skeptical when you guys started progressing on the Applied Structure album, wasn't so keen on Final Electro Solution...but Existence is a nice balance of dark electro and industrial rock.

    16 Feb 12:43pm Reply
  • CrySTALcrafter

    Yeah, it's pretty good.

    9 Feb 8:20pm Reply
  • Neroese

    progressive dark electro?

    8 Feb 9:19pm Reply
  • Youraei

    New album is GREAT. I love it.

    4 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Kaltenhoenn

    I'm officially addicted now.

    19 Nov 2013 Reply
  • AlanVext

    New album is awesome.

    15 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Loving_Dead_PL

    very nice new release. perfect detox after awful new release from psyclon nine... maybe thanks to you guys swelling of my ears will go away :D

    14 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Kaltenhoenn

    I'm very satisfied with the album, especially with refreshing the trance roots. It doesn't move me deeply yet, but I expect this soon. They seem to never disappoint.

    14 Nov 2013 Reply
  • supcav

    Saw them at The Rutledge in Nashville Wednesday night, it was a fantastic show! Great crowd, fun venue too! They sounded great live!!

    27 Jul 2013 Reply
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  • Kaltenhoenn

    Why new account?

    23 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Sirdiesektor

    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

    14 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Mournful_Life

    Accelerant <3

    25 May 2013 Reply
  • zygoth

    hell, how i miss their old sound...

    18 May 2013 Reply
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  • Kaltenhoenn

    I'd say changed. I was very skeptical towards ASIAV and TFES in the beginning sounded like a disaster to me. Thankfully I got used to the new direction, TFES became my favourite album of 2012 and by the way I got into all tracks from ASIAV. I may say I'm a fan of all their music, including demos compilation. Still, my favourite release remains Scraping the Flesh, to my mind it has even better moments than TBFU.

    12 May 2013 Reply
  • Youraei

    I can't help but think this band died when John left... I mean, nothing really compares to To Be Fed Upon. That album is the pinnacle of aggrotech for me. ASiaV is great as well, and I didn't dislike TFES, but TFES really didn't appeal to me and ASiaV, while still being a great album, is overall a step down from TBFU.

    9 May 2013 Reply
  • Mansonite6669

    Can't stop listening to Follow the Screams, and Mother Hunger. =3

    8 Jan 2013 Reply
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