JUNE 1999 NEWS

June 27, 1999

4 new reviews added to the Music Exile.

-Some guy has a copy of Front Line Assembly's "Millenium", new in shrink wrap for $10. Email him from the Trading Post Nuclear.



:::::NEWS, LINKS and More:::::
from Rabies' overflowing mailbox:

*Note: I haven't personally reviewed the sites mentioned
below, so don't blame me if they suck.

-The founder of Fishtank No.9 has co-written with a new band called Hungry Lucy. Check out http://www.mp3.com/hungrylucy to hear the single "Bound in Blood".

-"Fade and Sustain" the new CD by The RaZor Skyline is out now on Cop International: www.copint.com

-Both ONEIROID PSYCHOSIS and THE AZOIC have music up on www.MP3.com (finally). Here you will find a diverse collection of our music, releases, descriptions, and even photos. Songs are available in MP3 format and Real Audio (Instant Play), so please visit for yourself and give us some feedback. More songs are on the way (including unreleased material) so bookmark these sites:
ONEIROID PSYCHOSIS
THE AZOIC

-If you are interested in Darkfiction Art, check this one out: www.luetke.com

-TRASH9000: http://listen.to/trash9000

-RIVETHED CITY: http://members.tripod.com/~Rivethead3

-DARKHEART SOCIETY: http://darkheart.cyberstage.net/

-GLASS EDEN: http://www.glasseden.com

-KMFDM: http://www.kmfms.com/

 

June 20, 1999

New list of used CDs added to the Trading Post Nuclear.

-Added new site to Crossed Wires.

 

June 16, 1999

OK, the message forum is working fine and is open for use! I'd like to get to know who our "regulars" are, so please participate.

- NOTE: Our search feature is not fully functional. Only a fraction of the pages on this site have been indexed, so sorry if your searches come up with ZERO matches.

 



:::::NEWS:::::
from Birmingham 6:

Here's what's going on with their latest album:

"[Control:Alt+Delete]" was supposed to be released by Zoth Ommog, but eventually got rejected for unknown reasons. It was then offered to other labels including COP International.

COP wanted to release the material, but not as a double CD. So instead they are releasing CD1 of "[Control:Alt+Delete]" as "Resurrection" in both the US and in Germany. Later on they will release another compilation (as yet untitled), which will feature some mixes from CD2 of "[Control:Alt+Delete]", mixes from "Mixed Judgements", and some previously unreleased outtakes from "Mixed Judgements".

These releases will be posted on the B6 website as soon as the release dates how [sic] been confirmed. - So far "Resurrection" has not gone to pressing yet...

I hope this clears out any confusion...

Best wishes,
Michael Hillerup
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Official Birmingham 6 Homepage: http://www.b6.tc.dk
Official Birmingham 6 E-mail: b6@talent.dk

 

June 15, 1999

We've been plagued with email problems, so if you tried emailing anyone at a wrappedinwire.com address in the last 5 days, please re-send that email to this address: rayb@sporeproductions.com (Valuable lesson here: You get what you pay for.)

 

June 13, 1999

In our ongoing process of making this a better site, we've now added a message forum for you folks! Now you can discuss stuff with each other, ask us questions, post public comments or flame us!

Join the MESSAGE FORUM

-Also added, you now have the ability to search the site. Should make finding certain review information, or old news much easier.

 

June 10, 1999

:::::LABEL MERGERS!:::::
from Metropolis Records:

-It seems the goliath of industrial music has just gobbled up 21st Circuitry and Pendragon Records! Is ReConstriction far behind...?

Date: June 9, 1999

        Metropolis Records is pleased to announce a new relationship between Pendragon Records, 21st Cicuitry Records, and Metropolis Records.
        The owners of 21st Circuitry and Pendragon Records indicated their interest to Metropolis Records to move on into other endeavours. Metropolis Records had a strong desire that the artists on these fine labels continue to be available to their fans, so the following arrangements were made.
        Metropolis Records bought Pendragon Records, which will operate as a wholely owned subsidiary of Metropolis Records. Artists currently on the Pendragon label, such as Gridlock and Imperative Reaction, will continue to be released under the Pendragon name, and the distribution of Pendragon's back catalog will be assumed by Metropolis Records.
        Metropolis Records has purchased the back catalog of Covenant, which was on the 21st Circuitry label, and will be reissuing them this July on the Metropolis label. Remaining inventory from the 21st Circuitry label will be distributed by Metropolis.
        In this way, Metropolis Records has assured that the music of the artists that are on these two labels will continue to be available to fans across the nation.
        For more information, please contact Brian Santillo (National Sales) at 610-595-9940 or Michael Mahan (Publicity) at 215-248-7488.
Metropolis Records PO Box 54307 Philadelphia PA 19105

www.metropolis-records.com

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June 7, 1999

2 new reviews added to the Music Exile.

-Have you visited Sister Machine Gun's site recently? Last I had heard, Chris Randall was quite peeved with TVT and it seemed like we might have heard the last of SMG. But this is not so! He's been working on two side projects, Micronauts and Eco-Hed as well as new SMG material. In fact two singles are available for download on MP3.COM, and a CD single can be purchased through Chris's own label Positron!

 

June 5, 1999

You now have easy access to the best industrial radio show on the net, Real Synthetic Audio. Just choose your download rate in the pop-up window, and enjoy the tunes while browsing Wrapped IN Wire.

 

June 1, 1999

4 new reviews added to the Music Exile.

 


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