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Aug 21

COVENANT 2012 US TOUR wsg. The Break Up, D:Konstruct and Ghost Synthesis

With Covenant, D:Konstruct and The Break Up at Small's


Tuesday 21 August 2012 at 8:00pm


10339 Conant Street, Hamtramck, 48212, United States

Tel: (313) 873-1117


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Darque Productions and Doc Colony proudly present:



DJ Elektrosonik
in between bands

Tuesday, August 21st at
10339 Conant St.
Hamtramck, MI
Doors @ 8pm

Pre-Sale tickets on-sale May 18th - $18
After July 21st - $20
Day of Show: $25


Igniting the E.B.M. scene with unstoppable dance floor hits, Covenant remain the mark to reach for many new emerging bands. With the perfect combination of Eskil's haunting, dark, majestic vocals, pulsating techno beats, creative noise samples, and amazing synth work, the band has created a strong North American following as well as an enormous European base.

Their sound has been compared to an assemblage of styles ranging from Prodigy, Front 242, Front Line Assembly, Apoptygma Berzerk, VNV Nation, and Kraftwerk; but the final result is like nothing anybody else has been putting out. Covenant has redefined the way Electronic Body Music is perceived and have become one of the premiere acts in the genre the world over, spawning massive club hits such as "Stalker," "Der Leiermann," "Dead Stars," "Bullet," "Call The Ships To Port," "We Want Revolution," "Ritual Noise," "Lightbringer" and more.

Somewhere around the millennium shift...

It was a night that lasted into the wee hours of the morning (or did it last for days?) filled with much debauchery, intoxication, insomnia and inspiration that brought on "Casio Confessions", the first jam sessions of Shane Allen Hall and Severina Sol. It was a match made in, well...under the stormy skies of the great NorthWest! At the time, Shane was a digital hardcore DJ in the underground Seattle party scene while Severina was a bleeding siren of song for the likes of Fockewolf and Diva Destruction. Those first seeds would take time to grow into the beautiful birth of The Break Up as we know them now. Coming together by their own talents and gravitational attraction; The Break Up would create a great disturbance of movement and sound, color and depth.

"Retro electro with a hearty helping of dark pop songs full of grit and attitude that would surely remind some of the likes of Berlin or The Human League in their darker moments." - (ReGen Magazine on The Break Up)

Nominated in 2011 as one of Detroit's best electronic/industrial bands at the Detroit Music Awards, the energetic power trio D:Konstruct first had its beginnings in 1999, when project founder Robert Vandergriff, lead vocalist and song writer, moved to Michigan in search of musicians to form an industrial music project. Over the years, the project morphed from the more industrial sounds of the past to the catchy electro dance music they make today. Eventually, Robert hooked up with Jon Yowell (drummer) from Oppfor and Mike Phipps (keyboardist and backing vocalist) from Pulse State

Support: 49% Productions, NOIR Leather and Showtime Clothing.
EBM Synthpop Electronica


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