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Murder at the Registry


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Hooking up with Mart in 1991, Tom found his creative counterpart to form the band’s nucleus as it still exists today. Numerous tape releases brought some attention within the fanzine-scene in Germany and France.
An even wider response was ignited by the release of the song “Pump” on Mick Mercer’s compilation “Hex Files-The Goth Bible” Vol.1.
This was 1997, when the second guitarplayer left the band, but with Mel on synths, it got even more interresting from now on: when supporting bands like Two Witches or Christian Death, the band proved that they were able to convince a wider audience without being well-known.

After a short “reconstruction”-pause at the end of ‘98 they are complete again with Boris on drums, to prove their “live-ability” revisited:
In February ‘99, supporting This Burning Effigy in Herford’s SPUNK (Europe’s most famous gothic club) a stunned audience was filled with enthusiasm…


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